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Get a job for a mortgage loan company, my sister, brother in law and husband all work at the same place as mortgage brokers and they all make over $200k a year after 2 months of training and paid for licensing.
When I was little, I wanted to be a firefighter. It would be very difficult to get the job as a woman though, simply because the physical tests are very hard and I'm pretty much the opposite of buff, even slightly underweight. But you're telling me you get to help people, feel good about yourself AND make money? Maybe it's time to give it a try:P
im a senior in highschool and i dont know what career i want because i dont even like or am even passionate of a certain subject or matter, i am doing well in every subject though...so what should i do?
And here I am born and still currently living in a 3rd world country slaving my life in an office job for more than 9 hrs a day and not even getting half of what these jobs offer. I am an Accountancy graduate for fucks sake. Someday... I will live in America and fulfill my dream of becoming a trucker. Someday... :')
Some of these figures could be skewed especially the government jobs because they count your benefits in the "pay". According to public information I make 130k as a BART mechanic in the bay area. I'll see maybe 60k of that. The rest is health, vision and dental benefits, and pension.
You forgot sales. If you’re a people person and like the challenge you can still make great money there. I just finished up 25 years in broadcasting but always had a sales gig on the side. Now I want to do full time sales
11. Rugrat crews in city areas such as Santa Monica that support Electric Scooter share companies - they charge and repair their scooters. They are not direct employees of Bird, Lime, Razor, etc., but I personally know several people doing this and they are banking over $100K each! (Working 50-60 flexible hours per week.)
Girl my parents are anesthesiologist and they get paid more than 300,000 it’s actually 360,000 but that’s just them it’s probably different because of the city you live in idk but even though my parents get paid 720,000 per year I’m not happy it’s just they are workaholics and I don’t like it I rather them just work less and us having less money because I never get to see them but it’s whatever
Definitely disagree with the firefighter one.
Some others are sand blasting I think it's called where you blast sand at thing to take paint and such off? Make great money but it sucks and can ruin your skin and is dangerous.
Apparently translators make great money especially those that end up being needed and will sign contracts with organizations like FEMA or for government. Was told by sign language interpreter that if you are willing to go wherever FEMA sends you for like 2 years or more contract you make bank but have to go to disasters and stay while being built
Number 11: Bartending. Easily make $90k working 4-5 days a week at a good bar in a city. Go in a 4pm, get out at 2am, have your mornings and afternoons off. Listen to poor people tell you to get a real job.
This video is complete crap on almost all levels. I have no idea where they got these numbers.
I heard someone in the comment section saying their husband grossed 56k a year as firefighter and that's fucking impressive.
On the national average, these guys gross on average around 40k, with the low-ball being in the 20k range. It is an extremely stressful and thankless job.
My point is not to virtue signal. A while back, I was in school for EMS/FIRE and didn't like it. It's not for everyone and if you're looking to make big dollars, this is definitely not it. It's a career for people that care through and through about helping someone in need.
Honsetly In todays society People from class A study for years to have a high salary(employee) while people from class C are mostlikely the uneducated ones but some of them rarely creates a company where graduates from class A work.
Worry about the gas lines and collapsing rubble, are the main dangers as a firefighter. I sure they have fireproof suits for hose firefighters. Just worry about the gas line, if it blows then your dead. Also worry about the ceiling since it can fall on you.
For any new faces here, go to a trade school. I spent 2 years doing an Associate's in Fine Art at my community college and they barely even taught me jack squat about how to create art. If you want how to learn to make art, go to a local atilier school and learn. Community college had me waste time and financial aid on a year of general ed courses. I didn't even want to go to college to begin with because you don't need it to be a tattoo apprentice. Only went to please the parentals and show them I had a college education like they wanted me to have. I later realized I didn't want to forsake my love for vehicles like cars, trucks and motorcycles by spending 50 hours a week in a tattoo shop overcharging clients and kicking up most of my hard earned cash up to the owner for the rest of my life. So I enrolled in a trade school for mechanics to get my ASE certification. Brakes, suspension, engine swaps, engine disassembly/reassembly, manual and automatic transmission repair, all electrical wiring, the list goes on. Entry level work is $18 an hour, and grows as far as you want it to. I worked Advance Auto Parts for a year. One of my best friends that got laid off graduated with his ASEs certs. He worked as a Master Technician in BMW, Cadillac and works in a luxury supercar dealership now making $48 an hour. I'm very much in love with the decision I made by jumping the college ship and going to a trade school instead. And yes, I still a scratcher with my tattoo machine on my free time. I don't like making essays for comments but if anyone feels like asking me a question, I'll answer.
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