What are some high paying jobs without a college degree for a 21 y/o?

I certainly can not afford college and I do not want to be in debt. What are some fields that do not require a college degree? I want to earn a lot of money, but it is very difficult for me to go to college. I do not want to sit and waste my time, when I can be earning money now. I am interested in Business, finance, and entertainment: tv and film. Thanks :)

Asked By: - 9/24/2011
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radio manager or manager in any store or restaurant. if you like the health field is another good paying job. they will train you. and down the line any companys can send you to school for free of charge. just keep up a. or emt for thee ambulance.good luck
Answered By: deeteddy2 - 9/24/2011
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Your best path may be to join the military and use its educational benefits to pay for college.
Answered By: ownpool - 9/24/2011
none at all there are lots of people out of work with degrees that will get the job before you
Answered By: Orlando Delacruz - 9/24/2011
Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard [not the USMC - that was a terrible decision on my part]. After your active duty, the educational benefits are superb - thanks to then-Senator Obama. You will be able to attend any accredited university that accepts you.
Answered By: Cochise - 9/24/2011
High paying jobs, without a college degree are slim. Usually you would need a specific skill. (computer programmer, mechanic, writer, etc) Acting could work, but you need the skill. There are entry level positions that can lead to well paying jobs... More
Answered By: Mike - 9/24/2011
Here's a good article for jobs that don't require a college degree:
Answered By: Shelly Purnell - 12/8/2013
Computer programming. You can get a top salary without even graduating from high school. No degree required. BUT you would have to train yourself online. The dedication you would need to have to teach yourself on your own is immensely high. It would have to be a full-time job by itself. Which makes it unlikely. To... More
Answered By: Anonymous - 2/17/2014
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