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Are there any reasonable paying jobs one can get without a college degree? [closed]

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Jadav Payeng

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( 4 months ago )

 

I'm a student in college currently pursuing a degree in mental health, but I was wondering whether anyone could offer me job suggestions which pay reasonably well. I'm 19 years old and would not mind a job that was tedious or "boring" as long as it does not require making phone calls or dealing with customers. A sort of background office job?

I do not have any experience in the workforce, but I have volunteered at churches and libraries and homeless shelters. I would prefer to hit the ground with a running start if possible because I need to make payments for my house. A desk or office like position would be preferable. Fetching coffee and items for others, filing paperwork, transcribing, making orders of items, typing out letters or emails, taking notes, shelving? Is there any job which meets a description like this which won't require actual up front contact with the customers? Or very little, at least? Thank you very much.

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Jignesh Patel

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( 4 months ago )


The best kept secret in the workforce is

Trades pay extremely well.

Plumbers, electricians, HVAC technicians and other skilled trades all pay very well, and are in constant demand. They are going to command take home pay easily comparable to the average university educated worker.

This is assuming you are in a first world country.

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