The following are some high-paying* jobs that don’t require a college degree:
Similar to plumbers, electricians receive training through technical school and/or an apprenticeship. A high school diploma and electrical license is also required, but a college degree is not.
Average yearly salary: $48,250
Elevator repair and installation
Usually, a high school diploma is the minimum education requirement in this field. Most workers learn the ropes through on-the-job training.
Average yearly salary: $70,910
Being an airline pilot can be very rewarding, including the ability to earn a good salary, but without four years of training. Many pilots do have college degrees, but it’s not a requirement.
Average yearly salary: $92,060
Whether you need cash to pay for college, technical training, or to cover expenses while you explore the possibilities of switching careers, Peachtree may be able to help. We can offer you a lump sum of cash now for the sale of some or all of your future structured settlement payments.
*Compared to the median annual salary of $31,539 amongst those with high school diplomas as their highest education, as reported by the US Census Bureau
Nothing above is meant to provide financial or tax advice. You should meet with appropriate professionals for such services.