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8 Blue-Collar Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well

8 Blue-Collar Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well

These 8 manual occupations pay more than $55,000 a year

Blue-collar jobs don't always have a reputation for being high-paying. These are exceptions. Read More »

Best Employers In Worst Industries

Best Employers In Worst Industries

These employers offer better pay and benefits than competitors.

Certain industries are known for not treating their workers well. These employers are exceptions. Read More »

Quiz: Is An Admin Support Position Right For You?

Quiz: Is An Admin Support Position Right For You?

Take this quiz and find out which administrative support role is right for you. Read More »

10 Best Jobs In Construction In 2013

10 Best Jobs In Construction In 2013

By Jada A. Graves As one of the hardest-hit industries during the Great Recession, construction saw its largest percentage decline in employment in the post-World War II era, 13.7 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. And as the country began to claw its way out of the economic muck, the BLS had... Read More »

Top 20 Jobs That Don't Require A College Degree

Top 20 Jobs That Don't Require A College Degree

By Aimee Groth In a tough economy where just about half of graduates are landing jobs in their fields, there's been a lot of debate lately about the value of a college degree. Careercast.com put together a list of the top 20 jobs that don't require a college degree, ranked by average starting salary, income... Read More »

20 Good Jobs That Don't Require A College Degree

20 Good Jobs That Don't Require A College Degree

With all the debate surrounding the value of a college degree these days, many young workers and their parents may be glad to hear there are many well paying jobs that don't require higher education. CareerCast.com recently identified 20 good jobs that need only a high-school diploma, although they do... Read More »

Anti-College Crusader Peter Thiel Backtracks, Then Reverses Again

Anti-College Crusader Peter Thiel Backtracks, Then Reverses Again

Remember Peter Thiel? The billionaire venture capitalist and PayPal creator has made a lot of headlines over the past few years for his contrarian opinions -- and his willingness to put money behind them. Creator of the Founder's Fund, a group dedicated to funding "bold, audacious ideas," he has become known for... Read More »

Why North Dakota Students Don't Need To Graduate To Find Jobs

Why North Dakota Students Don't Need To Graduate To Find Jobs

If California is the Golden State, and Florida is the Sunshine State then North Dakota might as well be the Employment State. Though its formal nickname is the Peace Garden State, North Dakota currently has the lowest unemployment rate in the U.S. at 3.5 percent. That's 5.6 points lower than the national... Read More »

10 Occupations With On-The-Job Training

10 Occupations With On-The-Job Training

Not all careers require years of schooling; some jobs allow you to learn as you work. With almost no previous time investment, on-the-job training can be a great way to jump into a new career. Training can be anything from informal training sessions with your supervisor to regimented modules about how to succeed... Read More »

Degree Not Required: 15 Jobs You Can Land Without Going To College

Degree Not Required: 15 Jobs You Can Land Without Going To College

By Beth Braccio Hering, Special to CareerBuilder Not all career paths wind through a college campus. Consider these jobs for which a degree isn't a prerequisite: Read More »

Hot Jobs For Skilled Workers

Hot Jobs For Skilled Workers

Looking for a skilled trade job or trying to find a new career path that actually has job openings? Check out our collection of hot job lists -- all with the skilled worker in mind. Read More »

Unemployed Women Around The World Turn To Cosmetic Sales For Survival

Unemployed Women Around The World Turn To Cosmetic Sales For Survival

During hard economic times, one industry remains impressively robust: direct selling. Door-to-door sales exploded during the Depression, and since then, women (and men, but mostly women) have been peddling Tupperware and Mary Kay cosmetics to friends and neighbors in ever-growing numbers. By last count, 62... Read More »

Top 10 Best-Paying Jobs You Can Get Right Out of High School

Top 10 Best-Paying Jobs You Can Get Right Out of High School

Alina Dizik, Special to CareerBuilder.com With increasing costs to higher education, pursuing a college degree can be tough for some. But here's the good news: Even if you don't continue school for another four years (or put it off until later in your career), there are still a surprising number of career... Read More »

Fifteen Jobs That Pay Well, No Degree Required

Fifteen Jobs That Pay Well, No Degree Required

Regarding jobs that pay well, the conventional wisdom states that college-educated workers earn higher salaries because the their jobs require more education and advanced skills. In addition, fewer workers have college degrees, so they are harder to find in relation to workers without degrees. Indeed,... Read More »

Health Insurance for Taxi and Limo Drivers

Health Insurance for Taxi and Limo Drivers

Taxi and limo driving has long been a method for some American workers to get a foothold in the job market, or as way to pay for an education. One of the main drawbacks, however, was that independent drivers often had to buy costly private health insurance policies, if they could afford insurance at all. Now... Read More »

My Spectacular Odd Job: Insurance Clerk

My Spectacular Odd Job: Insurance Clerk

In the spring of 1980, I was managing the impossible feat of flunking out of Introduction to Human Sexuality, the most interesting class at the local community college. In the two semesters I'd been in school, I'd successfully completed only six units, my transcript reading like a psychological assessment:... Read More »

Hire Out Your Brain: Charge $200,000 a Day

Hire Out Your Brain: Charge $200,000 a Day

Organizations have plenty of information, but too many lack the raw brain power to be able to frame their data in ways that would give them a competitive edge. That's where you can come in -- as a brain for hire. Top consulting firms in this niche charge as much as $200,000 a day to train about 25 employees... Read More »

How to Earn Six Figures as a Personal Assistant

How to Earn Six Figures as a Personal Assistant

Forget all those Devil Wears Prada stories you hear about beleaguered and belittled personal assistants whose lives are consumed by ego-maniacal tyrants paying them pennies per hour. There plenty of interesting jobs out there with kind-hearted, wealthy people who are willing to pay more than $100,000 per year,... Read More »

Franchise Opportunities: Experience Not Required

Franchise Opportunities: Experience Not Required

Greg Helwig, Chief Development Officer for Kiddie Academy In this challenging economy where there are six job seekers for every job opening, many would be surprised to learn that one viable option is to take your employment matters into your own hands by starting a franchise business. For those with an... Read More »

Customer Service Job Description

Customer Service Job Description

Customer service is a tough industry to work in, but with the right skills you can be successful and reap the awards of helping clients. Every company has customer service representatives to assist clients with anything they need and to maintain the company's good image. The values set out by the company are... Read More »

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