Do you know the best jobs of 2010 NOT requiring a college degree?

Here is a blog update for our Gen Xer’s who are looking for a career they can transition into quickly.  Here you go, 4 jobs that don’t require a college degree that are well paying and have long-term potential.

Move past the unemployment line and move toward jobs that you’re qualified for today.  To often people believe their education or lack of education will hold them back for a position in which their trying to get hired.

Well here are 4 jobs that are open to anyone without a four-year degree.  So I present to you the best jobs without a degree.

  1. Forensic Artist: A great job without a degree.  This is a no degree job for anyone looking at a possible career change without serious financial or educational investment.
  2. Forensic Animator: Jobs with no degree seem impossible to find but here is another one for anyone interested.
  3. Air Traffic Controller: This is my idea of one of the best jobs without a four year degree.
  4. Orthopedic Technologist: Find jobs without degrees in the dental field.

This is a small sample of 4 types of jobs that require no college degree to hold the position.

What do you think about this? Are you looking for a job that requires minimal investment from you in terms of financial & educational needs?

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2 Responses to Do you know the best jobs of 2010 NOT requiring a college degree?

  1. Diane says:

    #4 Orthopedic Technologist… this is NOT a dental field. It has to do with FEET.

    According to the site you linked to:

    Orthopedic technologists (or ortho tech’s) assist the orthopedic surgeon in caring for people with injuries or problems with the skeletal system. They help with surgical procedures, explaining the surgery to the patient, and helping with the setting of fractures. Ortho tech’s apply and remove casts, fit and adjust canes, crutches, walkers and braces, and make splints for different problems. They also give patients instructions on how to use these items.

    In addition, the same site indicates that you need an associates degree and you have to pass a board test.

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