Top Jobs That Don’t Require Degree 2011 – If you look around, there are several top jobs that don’t require a degree in 2011. The economy may have imploded somewhat over the course of the past 14 months. However, if you’re willing to start a new career, chances are you can.
Top jobs that don’t require degree 2011 is a list we compiled that could match your trade or potential. Perhaps you want to start a career move and try something new and exciting. There’s nothing wrong with trying something new, and who know’s, you might even enjoy it.
Firefighter - Starting salary: $32,165 - $53,608. Being a firefighter is pretty much the embodiment of a hero. You’re out there saving lives and property. All the while, you’re keeping in top physical shape.
Police officer - Starting salary: Varies by location. Now, for most jurisdictions, you’re probably going to need an associate’s degree in criminal law or 12-18 months’ worth of experience in law enforcement. However, there may be entry-level positions available to work your way up.
Mechanic - Starting salary: $30,584 - $40,564. Being able to fix cars is like having a license to print money. Everyone you know will have a problem with their vehicle, sooner or later. Plus, it’s a respectable and professional career choice.
Appliance repairman - Starting salary: $37,345 - $56,285 (Varies widely). Everyone has appliances that break around the house. An extremely skilled repairman who isn’t strictly on salary might bring in close to $50,000.
Plumber / Electrician - Starting salary: $35,575 - $48,833. It’s all about learning the trade. These are potentially dangerous skills, but it’s virtually guaranteed that you’ll be in high demand. In most cases, you can pretty much make your own hours and actually go home for lunch.
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