Do all good paying jobs involve computer and office work.....?

Just curious because it seems that way. I mean for example, banking jobs, computer science, accounting, analysing etc. All these jobs seem to pay the best money, don't you agree? Is it really all jobs that involve good money are office/computer oriented? Well Electrician isn't the type of job i want to do. Just doesn't interest me to be honest and i'm not going to get into a job i wouldn't enjoy.

Asked By: - 11/27/2010
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Most jobs will involve the use of a computer in some way, except tradespeople however you do not need to be office based to have a well paying job. Specialist consultants in different fields have the opportunity to travel and only be in the office for a small proportion of the time, for example energy consultants or... More
Answered By: Bill Weston - 11/29/2010
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Everything is on computers nowadays. You need to be proficient with them if you want good money at a white-collar job. Now, blue collar jobs, like skilled trades, are a good way to go too. I'm an electrician, and I make a good living at that. No computers used here.
Answered By: Jordan - 11/27/2010
not all,if you got yourself corner office you simply tell your employees under your command to do all your jobs,
Answered By: Gho,Danny - 11/27/2010
As an older person I have had several careers including sales and legal work. I never earned nearly as much as when I was a technician ina factory. It was comparable without overtime, but with it blew the rest away. I have a friend who owns a software company and he has to fight tooth and nail for business. It is like... More
Answered By: edgarl - 11/27/2010
Absolutely not! Plumbers, electricians and other skilled trades make good money as well. There are other jobs as well such as decent machine shops paying machinists over $60,000 per year... More
Answered By: nitebearer - 11/27/2010
Architecture, civil engineering, and construction involve some office/computer work, but a lot of outside work as well to oversee projects. Real estate development, flipping houses, landscaping can all net you a high income and don't involve office/computer work. Keep looking. Check out the Occupational Handbook to... More
Answered By: FaithE - 11/27/2010
Most jobs, except builders, use computers, office work is usually minimum wage.
Answered By: John Jones - 11/27/2010
Nope, actually most medical jobs pay more, then followed by CEO's and lawyers although somewhere in there is one computer job but yeah. Although those are all medians, so just assuming your talking about average
Answered By: Kylar Hoge - 11/27/2010
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