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What jobs help people or animals that dont require a lot of extra eduction?

I am looking for a career field and job where I can help people or animals. I love the thought of doing something that matters, like helping children. I dont have the money to go thru more college. I have an associates in sociology and an associates in administrative assisting. Any ideas for jobs? I need a paycheck though also, so volunteering is out. The pay needs to be decent though. I just feel like i need a change sometimes. I'm a secretary now and most of my jobs have been a secretary, receptionist, file clerk. I love what I do, but I feel I need to start helping .. like I make a difference. I would appreciate the advice. Thanks. :)

Asked By: TeraBytes - 1/12/2007
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Some cities hire for a limited time, say 6 months, adult literacy counselors to teach small groups of adults basic reading, writing and computational skills. The salary can be anywhere from 18 to 24 k for a full time position for 6 months. It is an intense job. It is very rewarding but also demanding. Also very... More
Answered By: thefinalresult - 1/12/2007
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Most vets are always looking for kennel assistants to help out. These are low paying, entry level jobs but they do not require extra education and they are helping animals. It is also a good way to get your foot in the door to work your way up in the vet's office to vet assistant or office manager... More
Answered By: angihorn2006 - 1/12/2007
 
Dog sitting service, a hospital orderly, or a Candy Striper.
Answered By: Wanger - 1/12/2007
 
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