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Best Entry-Level Jobs: List of 10 jobs that don’t require a degree

Higher education can lead to higher earnings, with bachelor's degree holders earning an average of $579 more per week than those with only high school education.

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Best Entry-Level Jobs: Undoubtedly, obtaining a better degree may result in earning more money. After all, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labour Statistics, those with bachelor’s degrees make $579 more a week on average than people with only a high school education.

However, not everyone should attend college, and not all desirable jobs need for a degree. Recently, the job website Indeed examined its database to identify the job titles that provide those without college degrees and with zero to three years of experience with the highest compensation, growth, and availability.

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Best Entry-Level Jobs

With compensation data from Indeed, here are the top entry-level positions that don’t require a degree.

10. Coordinator of logistics and transportation

The annual average compensation for an individual with this job title is $62,500.

Transportation and logistics coordinators may have their job cut out for them in light of the recent supply chain problems.These experts are in charge of ensuring that suppliers and customers can communicate while moving goods from point A to point B.

9. Manager of catering

An individual with this job title typically makes $47,500 annually.

As a branch of food service management, catering managers are responsible for managing the setup, delivery, and distribution of meals at off-site venues including meetings, conferences, and other gatherings. For most jobs in this industry, a high school degree is adequate.

8. Technician for aircraft repair: Best Entry-Level Jobs

An individual with this job title typically makes $57,500 a year.

To work as an aviation maintenance technician, you might not require a college degree, but you probably will need some specialised training.One route to earning a technician certification, according to the Federal Aviation Administration, is to graduate from an Aviation Maintenance Technician School (AMTS) that has been authorised by the FAA. A military training programme or 18 to 30 months of relevant job experience are more choices.

7. A sheet metal worker

An individual with this job title typically makes $62,140 a year.

Unlike mechanics, these people don’t mend faulty machinery. Rather, they are experts who mould metal sheets for a range of transportation and building tasks. Workers can learn how to cut, modify, and weld sheet metal by completing an apprenticeship or technical courses.

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6. Analyst of business matters: Best Entry-Level Jobs

An individual with this job title typically makes $72,500 annually.

Business analysts may have a variety of responsibilities, including working in a team to find a solution to an organization’s issue. Although a lot of people in this industry have bachelor’s degrees, Indeed notes that those without degrees may also be able to work in similar professions.

5. A technician for drafting

An individual with this job title typically makes $50,000 annually.

Drafting technicians drew engineering or architectural blueprints using computer-aided design software. Even though associate degrees are held by roughly half of drafting technicians, you may still learn how to use the programme without attending college.

4. Manager of a salon: Best Entry-Level Jobs

The average annual compensation for workers with this job title is $41,000.

These employees oversee every facet of day-to-day operations in salons, as their name would imply. They could make employee hires, make timetables, and respond to client complaints.

3. An expert in environmental health and safety

An individual with this job title typically makes $65,000 annually.

These professionals, sometimes referred to as occupational health and safety specialists, usually possess a certificate or some kind of postsecondary education in addition to on-the-job training. Examining a workplace for environmental issues that can affect employees’ comfort, safety, and health is a typical task.

2. Auto body specialist: Best Entry-Level Jobs

The annual average compensation for an individual with this job title is $82,500.

Auto body technicians fix structural damage to automobiles and have the highest average compensation of all workers on this list. While some firms prefer candidates who have taken a short-term course in accident repair, others hire individuals without any prior expertise.

1. Manager of inventory

An individual with this job title typically makes $59,000 annually.

Based on listings from September 2022 to February 2023, Indeed reports that the employment share of inventory managers increased by 189% when compared to the same time the previous year. Inventory managers are essential to businesses since they receive shipments and keep track of product stock information.

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