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6 Well Paying Jobs You Can Turn Into A Career

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You don’t have to have a college degree to secure a job that is rewarding and profitable. But no worries, a college degree is a necessity in many fields, but there are many occupations that can be turned into productive careers without schooling. If you don’t have a degree, you may want to look into these career opportunities. Ambition, enthusiasm and the desire to succeed may be the only criteria you need to achieve your goals, support yourself and your family, and feel fulfilled in your work.

Real Estate Broker

If a career in sales appeals to you and you are a people person, real estate sales may be the way to go. In the US, certification for your state is required and can be achieved by taking a few courses which can be completed in less than a month. After taking the Real Estate Board Exam for your state, you’re ready to go. You will be assisting people who are buying or selling homes, navigating them through the loan process and completing the paperwork necessary to close the deal. Ambitious real estate brokers can make between $70,000 and $100,000 a year.

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Web Designer

Do you love working on the computer? Put your talents to work developing and designing web pages for companies, small businesses, and entrepreneurs. If you have experience, programming skills, and a nice portfolio, work will be easy to find. Web designing and app development careers are growing at a rate that makes this a great time to get started. Salaries start at about $43,000 a year.

There are many occupations that can be turned into productive careers without schooling. If you don’t have a degree, you may want to look into these career opportunities.

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Dental Hygienist

The licensing requirements differ by state, but a four-year degree is not required to become a dental hygienist. The hygienist cleans teeth, offers preventative care, and provides oral care as per the dentist’s request. Starting salary is in the $45,000 range.

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Claims Adjuster

Investigate and evaluate a wide variety of insurance claims, from automobile accidents to hail damage on a home. Most companies provide on the job training for their claims adjusters. Salaries start in the $45,000- $50,000 range.

Truck Drivers

This is a great option for any high school graduate who is looking for a career. Salaries usually start in the $50,000 range and depending on what you are transporting, the company you work for, or where you are driving your salary can majorly increase. And there are little upfront expenses for you, you will need to cover the cost to go to truck driving school, which is low. Then the rest of your training is typically given on the job.

Property Manager

Oversee the operation, leasing and maintenance of multi-unit apartment complexes and condominiums. Starting salaries can range from $50,000 – $80,000, depending on the location and status of the property.

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If you are willing to do some work and receive the proper training, have a good work ethic and plenty of enthusiasm, you can find a career to suit your interests and support your budget. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and find the career you’re looking for!

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