Highest Paying Jobs/Careers That Do Not Require a College Degree

from U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics 2011, myplan.com):

Subway and Streetcar Operators $59K
Rotary Drill Operators, Oil and Gas $58K
Postal Service Clerks $52k
Postal Service Mail Carriers $51k
Mining Machine Operators, Iron and Steel Workers $50K
Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch Operators $50K
Flight Attendants $41k
Carpet Installers $40k
Trailer truck driver $40k

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15 Responses to Highest Paying Jobs/Careers That Do Not Require a College Degree

  1. louque says:

    this was terrible. these are limited yet common options. try picking out options that people have little awareness of, or one would think others have little awareness of. like body sweeping after accidents.
    i’m tired of seeing anything about entrepreneurship and managerial crap.

  2. Andreea says:

    actor/singer could have been included here

    • gold duo says:

      percentage of successful actors/singers must be extremely low. that would make the average income of them not that high?

  3. Brittany says:

    You don’t need a college degree to be a hairstylist or skin care specialist, but you do need training from a beauty school and a license.

  4. Lily says:

    The person who said you don’t need to go to college to become a Registered Nurse is a fucking liar.

    • Anonymous says:

      Oh my god in Canada you HAVE to take the nclex exam on top of that to get a job as an RN

    • Anonymous says:

      back in the day you didn’t have to attend college, like my grandmother. she was trained for 4 years at Cedars Sinai. this was like during the 40’s though.

  5. Devin H says:

    This article didn’t say anything about “Highest Paying Jobs That Do Not Require A Degree.” Just saying…

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