In this video, we will take a look at 9 different jobs that do not require a four-year college degree! All of the statistics mentioned in this video can be found on bls.gov
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This Video is the worst video for the title. How could you even title this with "9 Highest Paying Jobs Without A College Degree (2019)", when most of the jobs require at least an associates degree from a college?
I have a friend who graduated HS, joined the military for 4 years and gained a skill, went into telecommunications and retired with a six figure salary as a multi millionaire. His 4 year military experience was training in his chosen field so in fact he was paid to be educated in that field. Unlike today’s kids who come out of college with a $100,000 debt with a liberal arts degree and little prospect of finding a job making $40,000 or more to start.
Honestly I just want a normal boring desk job that pays a living wage and allows me to live a comfortable life.
I don't need a glamorous life, I just want a home, a bed, a desk, and to not be struggling and depressed all the time.
I just don't know what to look for that offers that.
CNAs make great money. They do the dirty work of RNs, and make fairly good money doing it. I've met lots of people who got their certification just to have a backup career, or a better job than say, a fast food or retail job.
It usually only takes a six week course to be certified, and there is most likely a community college in your area where you can take the course, and be certified for extremely cheap prices, compared to other colleges. It's honest work for honest pay.
Also, If registered nursing is something you want to do, experience as a CNA looks really good on your resume.
Haymitch: In truth, every nurse should have to work as a CNA or STNA before going into nursing. Nursing degrees are expensive and many nurses are real unhappy campers; they can make great money but the job can carry terrible responsibility and usually 12-hour shifts, depending on where you do the nursing. The STNA certificate I got in a career center in Ohio required only a 70-hour course (now 75 hours)that I did on Saturdays for 10 weeks; you can opt to do in 2 weeks during the day or 3 weeks going nights, and you do a 2-day stint at a local hospital or nursing home for the clinical. Cost for me a few years ago was $500. If you qualify, you can get it nearly free. I'd been let go from my medical transcription job at age 60 and was caring for my mom in my home at the time. Turned out I didn't need the STNA and ended up doing a caregiver contract through mom's lawyer to care for her in my home to get paid; mom could well afford i. It worked out fine until I could retire. I don't think STNA's make a fortune here in Ohio. They truly are underpaid for what they're expected to do, and most complain on the STNA forums. They are seriously overworked and look exhausted. But conceivably, you can walk into a nursing home in many places in the U.S. , and they'd hire you on with the stipulation that you get the certificate, and they might even pay for it. The nursing homes in my area keep their signs for STNA out all year.
To be an rn it's a 4 year dergee called a bsn to be an lpn/cna it's a 2 year dergee. These are the degrees to become a nurse. I'm currently in nursing school doing my bsn and let be the one to tell you the work you have to do to get a degree in nursing is one of the hardest thing a person will experience in life. It's also one of the hardest graduate degree to get it and takes a toll on your health. On top of that it's one of the hardest program to get accepted into for undergrad as well. Really not very motivated finish college rn which is why I'm here lol. Doing the schooling is worth it in the end but for those thinking of taking this path in life just know it's a hard job also. The truth of the job is doctors treat the patient and the nurses are the ones doing the maintenance to keep the person alive. It's the nurses who takes care of the patient and are the first ones to respond when a patient is dying. It's a lot of education can you have to be good at critical thinking. There's absolutely no way in hell this career should be this list. 😂
+murphyc I'm going into acting actually myself. I'm not in it for the money...just because I like doing it and the fame matters more to me than money, so the money should just flow from that. As long as I put in kick-ass performances while being obliging and kissing ass, I should be fine. First I kick ass, then I can kiss ass.
And God knows, not many make that big money, it all looks like pure luck to me and not even true talent in some cases. Probably need at least a super expensive agent. Imagine all the ass they have to kiss their whole career to get the next gig.
This video was a complete waste of time, the point of not needing a degree is that people don't want to send years of their life and thousands of dollars doing it. ya you are right you are "not an expert in this"
I'm in college reading political science and I'm in my second year. it bothers me I don't have any skills.... I need advice on what I should do to build myself and career so that when I go out there I will succeed
nateobrienn hi NATO whatever your name is .... Please do eat and come so that you could deliever properly .. you dont have any food or what ..Please get some protien +energy bar and make all the videos with full enthusaism otherwise please dont make youtube a waste of time for you as well for us to watch ( so tired )******
A university education is far more than preparing you for a job. It is about teaching you to access your critical thinking, and helping you to understand how the world works, and who you are or wish to o become in your world.
+murphyc since you asked, obviously my undergrad, and 2 post grad degrees...one in Education. The POINT is, however, that I don't have a HS diploma, and got all my degrees between ages 44 and 54. I am now 71.
+murphyc ...and my name is Elizabeth, not Liz, again something you'd know if you were well educated. You were likely one who just 'sat' in the classroom instead of opening your mind to what they were trying to pound into your brain.
+Elizabeth K Liz, I've had 3 years of college. You make far too big a deal of what actually goes on in college day to day. You truly cannot do all you describe while sitting on your butt for 4 years in a classroom. I'm 64 and certainly did hone my skills, worked hard out in the real world and retired early. I actually paid for a trip to Europe back when I was 17 with a group of friends from high school from money I'd earned working part time. I bought my first home when I was 23. ANYONE can sit and read and study without being in a college classroom, and I did that also.
I’m a golf course mechanic and I make 40k a year. I’m just getting into it. Not bad. I’ve been doing mechanic work on mowers since I was 13-14. I only did a little bit college. I had a basic 2010 ford ranger for 4 years and now because of this new job I bought a leased 2015 Silverado a few months ago with not much down and $395 month and I’m making it by pretty good.
CDL Driver’s make a lot too. I’m working on getting my class A or B this spring.
I m looking for new job I been in current job almost 20 years and didn’t updated my resume. System changed and please give me ideas for best resume examples. I have diplomas degree in welfare family services but I think slightly move to any other industries.
I made 44k last yr, I work in a bodyshop been I body business 5+ years, if work in a commission shop you can male double or more, but your killing yourself to get 100k. I live in georgia cost of living alot to bad. I get paid $18 an hour, no trade school or college, just years of being in the shop and watching my dad doing it, he drop out of school in 10 grade, and made and avg of 80-100k a year but mostly commission shop is where the money is at.
Higher paid equates to better?
Does higher paid define the word "Better?"
Money has become our modern day GOD.
Popular culture orbits around fame and fortune.
The famous and the wealthy have become as Greek Gods of the past.
I'm going to college with the goal to get my BSN degree in nursing. I do the whole trade school thing. It did not work out as I hoped.The job I have now sucked can't make any more money $20 an hour not a lot of money. I could make more if I wanted to work 70 to 80 hour weeks 50 weeks a year. I'm not interested in being married toy job unless they're going to get on their knees and beg for air everyday.
Ree Ree just like YouTube but u earn more and I won’t be a porn star I’ll make a porn account video with all my information and all that on pornhub and go from there. Reason why I say make more then YouTube because a lot of people watch porn a common thing
I hear truck drivers earn good money in the states. I’m a truck driver from England and earn around £36,000-40,000 a year which isn’t that bad to be honest for a (Lorry) Truck Driver, don’t know how that works out in dollars though.
Very long hours though🥴
One big one you missed. Auto Mechanic. It is a build as you learn career. Start out in high school auto shop. Get a job at a quick lube place as you go to a trade school like UTI or Lincoln Tech. Starting out base for a C Tech (oil, tires, and minor services) start out at about $13.00 an hour. Training is on going, and if you are working for a dealership or a good garage. They will pay for your training and certification updates. I have been in the field for 31 years. I have made up to 100K in one year. It all depends on you , and the shop you work for. A high school diploma or a GED, and a bit of passion for cars, and you can go far.
decent video, but a massive oversight, government work. my wife and i pull in $200k p/a without doing crazy 100 hour weeks, she has a degree, i do not, and its good solid work, great conditions. none of this weekend work bs, or working till 9pm and beyond. if you can get into government you are set, the earlier in your life the better. and take it from me, some of the 'special' folks ive encountered, trust me, you dont need to be smart to work in government.
To the speaker of this video. I am going to recommend a pre displayed chart of some quick stats on the jobs and what each jobs earning potential is. Just listening to you speak with a gray back ground was rough. Then use your chart as a guide. Anyway thanks for your time reading thia
Web developers can make more than that depending on if they are designer , front end or back end or even full stack web developer like what I’m doing. And no you don’t need any degree u just need a knowledge and a portfolio and you can make more than 100k a year depending on if you work for a company , freelance or make your own business
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