What jobs make good money that don't require a college education?

The only factory job around here is a boat factory but breathing in the chemicals from that place is really bad for my health.. any other ideas?

Asked By: Poppy's slave. - 6/22/2009
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well college is really good for nothing anymore depending on what you want to do. my husband makes 5xmore than any college graduate who spent years of college and he has no college. i made more than alot of college students i knew and i have none. waitressing i made 600 in tips every other week on top of my paycheck... More
Answered By: hayesbrat - 6/22/2009
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nope shoulda went to college.
Answered By: 1stTimeMommy - 6/22/2009
Well,either go back to school or move to a new location for better job opportunities. But in today's job market.. Even people with a Bachelor's degree are having a hard time getting work.
Answered By: Timid Women Rarely Make History - 6/22/2009
go to the rich neighborhoods and offer to pick up dog poop for them out of their yards. Those snooty uptights will pay a butt load of money for that.
Answered By: William Munny - 6/22/2009
Plumbers! In my neck of the woods you'd get on-the-job training. All the best.
Answered By: ozboz48 - 6/22/2009
Defiantly try stripping.
Answered By: Lulu - 6/22/2009
The percent that make the good money without the collage is very little. It does happen but you need to find a different way to do it otherwise you start at the bottom and work your way up. Service industry's are good for someone trying to make it big. But most get stuck on there way.
Answered By: parent - 6/22/2009
You could install gutters. You make approx. $22 an hour as a helper and $30 as a lead. It's all based on commission (i.e you get a certain percentage of what the jobs are sold for) but it is very consistent money. My brother makes approx. $800+ a week. The lowest he has ever made per week is $600. It's pretty good... More
Answered By: The Mrs. - 6/22/2009
high priced call girl/boy
Answered By: Busy - 6/22/2009
construction. especially when you have experience... More
Answered By: aching_for_perfection - 6/22/2009
Skilled trades like plumber or electrician, they rake it in.
Answered By: Ella - 6/22/2009
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