I'm trying to look for a higher income job what's the best way?

I have a certificate in Data Entry operator because I'm a vocational school graduate, I was in the Army from 1999 to present, getting out in a couple of months. I was a mail clerk at the Army post office for 1 year. I was in Iraq two times. What can I do to get myself a good job and put these things on my resume? I really need a good paying job because it's very tough financially than it was in 1999, just when Clinton left office. Anyway, anybody know of any jobs of at least $50,000 a year with no experience required. If it takes training, I'm willing to do it. I just need the no experience required so I can at least have my foot in the door. Someone help me out please!

Asked By: God'sStrength - 10/16/2006
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Answered By: doreen k - 10/16/2006
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Depending on your drive and motivation and social skills, a sales type job may be the way to go. But, its tougher than it looks. Another thought might be to deliver for UPS, Fed Ex , or something like that. The post office is is also an option..You sound just about 25 years old. So, you have lots of time to build a... More
Answered By: Patrick C - 10/16/2006
Check out They have links to all types of jobs (,, etc.) You can post your resume and cover letter online and search jobs and get e-mail notifications of new openings. I got my present job (the best I've ever had) using this site... More
Answered By: kidd - 10/16/2006
apply to all the federal and state jobs - there are plenty of uneducated people in high paying jobs. An operator at a nuclear plant makes that much money so does a GM factory worker. Drive a Bus for Greyhound or something like that
Answered By: Andrew F - 10/16/2006
I would say make sure you get a Residual paying job. Look up "residual income" the definition on the Internet. Also here's some research that may help... More
Answered By: gotoourconference - 10/19/2006
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