Ever want to just pack your bags and go on a journey you'll never forget? Perhaps you can get the best of both worlds by getting a job that requires a lot of travel, thereby feeding your insatiable need for travel but putting bread on the table at the same time. Read on to find out what careers could satisfy your globe-trotting urges.
Most of us are familiar with successful career paths — finance, marketing, medicine, and more — but there are a couple that you may not have even thought of. A Reddit thread recently discussed lucrative jobs that college students don't know about. We picked the most popular suggestions; read on to see what they are.
Many people dream of working from home because of perks like not having to commute and being able to work in your pajamas. The good news is we're seeing more and more jobs that give people the privilege of working from home. Although there are stereotypical contract admin or call-center jobs that let you work from home, there are plenty of other at-home jobs that are way more fun. Read on to find out what they are.
We have good news for you: just because you didn't go to college doesn't mean you can't have a great job! This article from Kiplinger reveals the top 10 jobs that don't require a degree.
College isn’t for everyone. Sure, earning a degree will improve your income potential, but skyrocketing tuition costs are a deterrent for some. Others choose not to continue their schooling for a host of reasons, from family obligations to a desire to start collecting a full-time paycheck.
You can still find a good job without a college degree. According to the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce, 44 percent of high school graduates make better money than college grads. It's just a matter of picking the right career field.
To identify the 10 best jobs you can get without a college degree, we focused on two critical factors: salary and job growth. We started with the more than 300 professions that the US Bureau of Labor Statistics classifies as requiring only a high-school diploma or postsecondary nondegree (typically awarded by a trade school or vocational training program). We trimmed the list by filtering for jobs with annual salaries well over the national median of $41,444 and projected long-term growth rates above the average of 14 percent. Continue reading to find out the 10 best jobs you can get without a college degree!
If food is what you think about all day and night, perhaps a food-related job would be the ideal career for you. Since it's Culinarian Day today, we thought it be perfect to share some careers that may suit your passion for food. It's tough to make a living off your love of grub, but if you're still interested, read on to find out your options.
If you have a passion for animals, then a career that requires a lot of interaction with other species might be a good life path to follow. Read on for the perfect (or should we say purrfect?) jobs for those who love animals.
Sure, we'd all love to find our dream job, but sometimes living off happiness fumes just isn't enough. There are needs to be met, and money definitely helps us achieve some of life's necessities, or at the very least, make things more comfortable and convenient. Is making lots of moola your biggest goal? Read on to find out which careers to shoot for.
There are plenty of people who enjoy reading, but few get to incorporate it in their daily grind. Read on for seven awesome careers bookworms will appreciate and even a couple of job listings for those who are actively hunting for such positions.