What is a good paying job that requires only 2-4 years of school?
My boyfriend is 19 years old. He's applying for the technical school in january, so he's starting after the first semester. But he would like to make more than 50,000 annuallly. He would prefer to go to school for 2 years, but he said he would even do 4 if it would make him more money. help please. to the first person who answered-what are you talking about?
Asked By: Skyla - 8/2/2008
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Here you go. He has lots of options with a two-year degree, but it also depends what area of the country you live in. If you're in the South, salaries are lower. Cities such as Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco will pay more than in rural areas... More
Answered By: EngProf - 8/2/2008
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nurse - 2 year program - I make $55,000 & I only work 2 - 12 hour shifts a week
Answered By: mattsmom33 - 8/2/2008
He might consider studying to be a pharmacist. There are tons of jobs and the pay is good. It's not the easiest course of study but he'll have a job when he gets out and it will pay more than $50,000.
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