What kind of job s are available for someone who didn't go to college and still pay well?

I have no plans on going to college in the next couple of years. Yet I have mass experience in call center customer service and credit. Where would be some good places to go in the CIncinnati Ohio area. Still making more than $10/hr.

Asked By: lhsmb05 - 1/9/2008
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Sanatation Engineer Factory worker (coca cola company or lays chips) You can start your own business w/o a college education Theres a lot more then I thought!!!!!!!
Answered By: meka g - 1/9/2008
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Before I finished college, I got a job as a Corrections Officer starting at 16.01 an hour.
Answered By: Babe in Uniform - 1/9/2008
You can get good jobs without a college education. But, i would recommend that you consider giving it a whirl. You can get a factory job. Maybe learn a trade, like welding - that is good money. Think about what kinds of things you enjoy doing - and start there. I wish you the best of luck.
Answered By: deemee - 1/9/2008
Garbage Man (seriously! they make more than cops in most cities), EMT/Paramedic (work while taking 3-10mos of class), Cop (don't get paid what they are worth, though), truck driver (have to get your CDL's... More
Answered By: Just Wondering... - 1/9/2008
College is nice--but some of the dullest, dumbest, people have college degrees. Anyone can get a good job. First---take a serious look at yourself and how you dress. It should be a "positive attitude" with a big smile everywhere you go. You should dress for success--appropriately for your age--neat clean hair, washed... More
Answered By: fire_inur_eyes - 1/9/2008
I`m same like you ... i didnt go to college ..only high school education in my country... which is not valueable here in new york... More
Answered By: paoool - 1/9/2008
Hit up Kelly Services if you're hard up for a job. I got hooked in with Cintas and they offered me a position that paid way good. Of course I was a tard and turned it down to go to college... More
Answered By: Josie - 1/10/2008
hi! mister... More
Answered By: TAFARYAH - 1/17/2008
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