What are some good jobs that only require a high school diploma?
I'm planning on changing jobs soon, i'm currently a supermarket cashier...it is getting quite annoying since i've been doing that for a year.
Asked By: Question - 8/1/2009
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Can you drive? UPS or FedEx driver. Post Office employee. Park maintenace worker. Security guard. Airport Security screener. BeerBartender. Waiter. Hotel employee. Dog walker. Hospital clerical staff. Police dispatcher. Restaurant kitchen staff. National Park employee( it doesnt pay alot but its worth being... More
Answered By: ConansOwner - 8/1/2009
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Answered By: sraiann - 8/1/2009
wow i just have to say, congratz to being a cashier for a whole year....i quit after two months cuz people are just unbelievable. I became heartless from it.
Answered By: This Is Annie - 8/1/2009
Go to college, bud.
Answered By: Ty - 8/1/2009
sorry to destroy your hopes but not many places =[ im so sorry please help me though with my question http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090801193811AA5agCZ thank you!
Answered By: kewlest of them all! - 8/1/2009
haha um mcdonald's?? try going to college, it broadens your options :)
Answered By: Haha - 8/1/2009
part time rural carrier for the post office
Answered By: Atomic Rooster - 8/1/2009
OK, first of all, yes but it gonna take work and ime. Don't expect to be sitting on 6 figures in a year. Normal places, such as the supermarket you plan on quitting, promote from within and most, if not all, only require a high school education. My sister started working at Burger King when she was 16: she is 31 now... More
Answered By: armmegurl - 8/1/2009
There is no such thing as a "good job" if you have no education or training. High school grads can only get "starter" jobs at low pay and no future. It's enough, however, to keep you going while you pursue community college, trade school, college or some sort of training for a real job and a real career. Decide what... More
Answered By: ibu guru - 8/1/2009
fewer and fewer, especially with unemployment the way that it is. lots of competition out there for every opening
Answered By: Paladin - 8/1/2009
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