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5 HIGH PAYING JOBS 💵 WITH LITTLE TO NO COLLEGE 🎓


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  • i'm in high school and i'm planning to enter a trade, can i get some tips to help me have a smooth transition from high school to the workforce.

  • Well to start with mr. Know it all this video is entitled five high paying jobs with little to no College in the first thing you mentioned is skilled trade such as electrician or plumber well I happen to know that an apprentice electrician or Apprentice plumber is Not By Any Means A high-paying job you're going to make 10 to $12 an hour for your first several years what part of that is high paying this video is b***** and then after five or six years as a certified electrician you're only going to make about $18 an hour 40 hours a week

  • JOIN A UNION!! You will make great money no matter what you do. Just be aware that being a plumber or an electrician is completely saturated you will more than likely be put on a long list before you get any solid work as a jourmeyman. The laborers union is great and easy to get in to. I started out at 17.50 with full benefits and a pension, time and a half after 8 and on saturdays. You cant find money like that anywhere else.

  • Dude, nursing is still 90% female. It is female dominated and not even close to being 'gender neutral' as you claim here. Not sure why you youngsters think you should be preaching to us about life when you don't have the basic facts right. You had some great jobs, family paying the majority of your college and you chose to do YouTube channels when you don't know anything about the world. Stop talking, and start learning. Begin by researching the nursing profession, so you don't SJW yourself into a corner. Get the facts right, dude.

  • Gavin McGuinnes had an interview with an 18 y.o. kid who worked as a lumberjack tree topper. (Climbing to the top and chopping the top off)

    He made 200,000 per year

  • Jobs in what is left of the free market industries that government now controls are the best jobs? Sure, they may pay well for now, but it is actually what is printed on your shirt—that overpays all those people. Any communistic nation can provide some jobs, for a while. But if we are not free to compete in our free market with ideas,—you're going to go hungry anyway. Your shirt does not describe you son.

  • I agree I work for the utility company in my city and I do pretty well without a college degree I've been been there a minute and I make a very good living doing it and only work Monday through Friday love my job

  • I make 8k in a good month and around 6.5-7k on a very bad month which is rare and I get 6 months off and on top of that I didn’t even finish high school. Also it’s completely legal

  • To be an RN you have to have a B.S. in Nursing and you can only get into an accelerated program if you already have a bachelor's already. It's a smart degree to get though because it's easy to get hired immediatly but you wont become one in 2 years or less, and you'll have student debt. Also alot of these jobs are high risk, high reward. The $100,000 looks nice for these trade jobs but you're operating dangerous equipment and could be sued or arrested for causing death or an accident. Or you could get seriously hurt or killed.That's the main reason they pay so much. Unless you have in your contract that the company is liable for anything you cause it's not worth it. If you're smart enough it's better to go to college just don't get a bullshit liberal arts degree and apply for as many scholarships as you can.

  • This all sounds great and what not, but none of this pays what you claim in Florida. I’m an electrician right now and I make 19$ an hour and I do commercial/ industrial. I have worked for the power company before but you have to kill someone for there to be an open position

  • hey ryan, did you NEED the degree to get hired in the first place? Or could you have been an apprentice without getting the electrical degree?

  • My check is between over 1500 a week to over 2500 I haul pipe to oil rigs and pipe line projects. Not bad for a trucker who is an ex computer engineer. I did not even make that much on a stressful engineering job I had at an automotive computer supply. In fact I made less than half what I make now. The harder you work the more successful you’ll be when it comes to hauling pipe for oil rigs and pipeline project

  • How many airport are there to hire you? So demand on air traffic control is not too good. Probably all airport already have enough air traffic controller

  • If the people who were having trouble paying their power bill were paid as much as the bill collector then they would probably have no problem paying their bill!

  • I tried make McDonald's a career as lead cook 1 but was mistreated by Co. Woman treated me like dirt.

  • A painting contractor can easily make more than $100k a year. My brother was really good with that and with home renovations. Doing electricals, dry wall, tile laying and other stuff. And he very easily made between $10k- $20k a week. To start off he would collect about $3,000 for the materials and sometimes they would pay him half up front and then the other half when the job was done. Usually at the end of the week. And one summer he contracted with a guy who was building condos and made about $100 grand during the summer. And he started when he was 17 years old.

  • I'm always in job for the money If the money is good enough to take care of myself and family and I can look into my bank account and smile to see that I'm secured tomorrow I don't care about how the job is I'm in for the money not passion

  • You can be a nasty gold digging whore. When the timing is Right play the victim and leave with your cash and prizes.

  • Water engineer in this coming year ,gotta study and complete my certifications 💪🤙. Done with auto sales.

  • People need to stop saying money won’t make u happy. I agree it doesn’t matter how much money u make if U have to do something u hate every single day, it’s not worth it. However, the term “money can’t buy happiness” only pertains to rich people. If you give amazon CEO Jeff bezos 50 million dollars, he won’t be any happier. If you give an average person 50 million dollars, u couldn’t take a smile off their face. You DO need money to be happy (if you’re an adult)

  • Poor people think money will make them happy…rich people know the truth “money doesn’t buy the happiness “

  • Really nice video man. Can't thank you enough!

    I'm currently working at a dead end job just above minimum wage here in CA and it sucks. I'm wasting my time and my youth being here as im already in my late 20's. I'm gonna start looking into all these jobs on here and do something better with my life! Some of the comments on here about different jobs are great also! Thanks for sharing everyone!! Wish everyone here the best!

  • I’m a 25 year old Journeyman Lineman and this year I’m close to hitting 350,000$ 🤑#CollegeDropOut #CaliforniaGoldrush⚡️👷🏼‍♂️

  • Bro u make more money then YouTubed pays I’m a foreman at I/N in south bend and I make 200k a year it’s Union aswell

  • I didn't finish high school. I started out making 25k a year. I moved to MA landed a job in 3 days and in 2 years I'm up to 65k. I'm seeking working for myself. That's the best way I think. Investing, saving and working for yourself and real estate.

  • I am a Helicopter Pilot, for anyone interested in ATC (Air Traffic Control) this job is VERY mentally demanding, the monetary incentive is high because of this.

  • I’m 27 and work at a cable company here in Nor cal. Im a lineman/troubleman(Network Maintenance and make over 100k a year. Took 4 years to get there though, started as a installer. I bought a new construction house in sac I’m getting into real estate investing and stock trading since I save 50 percent of my salary, Best job ever! I could work this job until I’m 60 if I wanted to. We cap out at $47/hr. Any worker in a bucket truck get paid really well! Hard position to get into though.

  • It's good in general to learn a trade. You can learn in some high school programs. It's good to have for a career or a backup plan if things don't work out the way you want. Pays well. Plus, in some high school it's free.

  • For those who know, nursing is not a “little to no college” degree. It’s 2-4 years of high stress, difficult nclex style tests, clinical hours, little to no sleep, etc. It can be done, but anyone in healthcare who’s gotten the degree and licensure to work knows it takes a lot to just get the 1st job.

  • I've lived in several countries and everyone says that you can get an apprenticeship and don't have to pay for training whilst getting paid. In all the countries I have lived in, you cannot get an apprenticeship – you have to apply and if you are lucky enough then you will be given an apprenticeship.

  • Money makes you happy up to about 70k a year, then after that it's just more money for nothing, you're still going to have your own problems

  • I'm 17 and in 2 months ima be 18 soo I'll be joining the union and I'll be making about 32 a hour and I did drop out of school soo fuck school lol ima make more then my teachers

  • Your electrical numbers are low lol I duno where you live but you make way more. I do hvac they started me at 19 at a local company in RI it sucks but you can make 35 dollars an hour in 2 years

  • Union garbage man Chicago area $35.72 an hour pay varies in different locations but recession proof for the most part so while your friends are broke your still making money 😝

  • I did trucking for 2 1/2 years and I hated it, always constantly worrying about something and always being rushed and disrespected, it did pay however after driving for over a year, but boy it was an unhappy living, for me anyways.

  • So I’m a CNA/GNA out of high school, I made $16/hr with time and a half for overtime. It’s not worth it. Especially being a male. It seems that the 40+ year old females that I worked with were out to get me just because I was the only guy there. So I just quit and want to get out of healthcare. The women still rule it, and a lot of them don’t want guys there. So if your a guy trying to get into healthcare, start off as an RN or higher. Nobody respects men in that field.

  • In dc
    These unions pay 80k plus
    Local 602 42 an hour
    Local 5 43 an hour
    Local 100 40 an hour
    Local 26 46 an hour
    No debt for me
    Local 10 48 an hour

  • My last job as a mechanic I made 35 hr and had a work pension and 401k. Only downside with no college degree is it took me 15 years to get to this pay range.

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