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What are some decent respectable jobs for a man without a degree? Besides Carpenter or Construction?

Asked By: Shane - 6/22/2010
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There are many respectable jobs out there. What sort of industry do you want to work in? Because you've named carpentry and construction, I presume you're looking at physical work? If that's the case, you could get into plumbing, mechanics, or gardening. If you want to do something in professional services or work... More
Answered By: Chimpan V - 6/22/2010
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Bill Gates doesn't have a degree. Be like him.
Answered By: divot II - 6/22/2010
 
Any job that is honest is respectable. Garbage men make a lot of money, and seriously, it's not that bad once you get use to it. Plumbing is worse.
Answered By: Dan - 6/22/2010
 
I personally think that every job is respectable because at least you are trying and with this economy, it is not easy to get a job! I am personally in school to become a veterinarian for dairy farms, and I know there is a demand for workers on a dairy farm. The ones who milk the cows, run the machines, feed, clean... More
Answered By: Lindsay - 6/22/2010
 
You can nurse hamsters.
Answered By: Banana Blitz - 6/22/2010
 
Truck driving
Answered By: Fr G - 6/22/2010
 
All jobs are decent and respectable. (If you have a job that is not those things, then you are not employed, what you are is a criminal or abused... More
Answered By: mjjrosebuds - 6/22/2010
 
You can try working at some certifications to help you with jobs. http://www.brainbench.com Http://www.expertrating.com
Answered By: Bridge - 6/22/2010
 
Try this web site... www.indeed.com
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Answered By: chrissylm37 - 6/22/2010
 
Its quite difficult to find a good job without having any degree even if you want to be a good constructor you need a degree anyhow you can go for article writing if you think you can write well, i just love writing thats why i am recommending the same for you.
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Answered By: Greenfin X - 6/23/2010
 
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