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What is the best job were it takes little years to be in college but makes a lot of money when you get into it? Asking for a friend

I'm asking because I don't really want to goto college really long, but I want to make money, it can be a hard job just little years in college is preferred. #college #job #health #law #any #technology #medicine

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Jeanette’s Answer

You may want to consider a trade such as being a plumber ,electrician, welder or a truck driver. It is my understanding that the trucking industry is in desperate need of drivers. You may also want to explore the construction industry and sales jobs that do not require a college degree. I recommend that you do a self-evaluation to explore your current skill set and your interests to be sure that you pursue a career that is satisfying to you. Life is too short to spend it working at a job you hate no matter how much money you make.
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Cherelle’s Answer

Contrary to popular belief, there are actually tons of careers that don't require a college degree at all and will still allow you to make a decent salary.


Check out this article for a reference:


https://money.usnews.com/money/careers/slideshow/25-best-jobs-that-dont-require-a-college-degree


Good luck!!!

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Gabriela’s Answer

Accounting is such a great field to get into. If you strategize well, you can have a job a firm before graduating college. Your goal should be to land an opportunity in a Big 4 public accounting firm and many doors will open right after.
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Joseph’s Answer

Sales. Find a sales position with commissions (meaning the more you sell, the more you get paid). That way, you’ll be in charge of how much you make. The harder and smarter you work, the more you’ll get paid (in general).


Sales is good for the education level you’re describing because many companies will consider natural sales skills just as important (if not more) than your educational background.


Let me know if you have any follow up questions. Good luck!

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