It's possible to earn a six figure salary without earning a bachelor's degree first. MarketWatch's Quentin Fottrell joins Lunch Break with a look at the top five best-paid jobs, no bachelor's required.
In Chapter 4 of 16 in his 2009 Capture Your Flag interview, author Simon Sinek answers "What Did You Learn Studying Anthropology at Brandeis University and How Did You Apply That in Your Early Career?" Sinek shares how majoring in anthropology enabled him to learn the skills necessary to understand consumer behavior in marketing and advertising. During college at Brandeis University, Simon Sinek, author of "Start With Why", learns to apply the science behind individual and group decision making.
Many college graduates are finding their degree isn't enough to get a job, leading them to open their wallets again to attain some extra credentials. Jonnelle Marte reports on Lunch Break. Photo: Getty Images.
In Chapter 3 of 19 in his 2013 Capture Your Flag interview, New York City reporter Yoav Gonen answers "What Did You Learn in Your First Job After College That is Still Relevant Today?" In his first job after college, Gonen waits tables working at a Philadelphia restaurant called Alligators. Waiting tables pushes him to trust himself learning new things such as carrying a tray full of drinks over your head, especially when you do not have a choice. Yoav Gonen is a reporter for the New York Post.
Since graduating college six years ago, 29-year-old Sierra has struggled to kick-start her career and has yet to find a position that uses the degree she earned. Now, she feels she's not contributing to the world, and brings her concerns to the Rev. Ed Bacon's free Venice Beach "help desk." Watch as the Rev. Bacon gives Sierra three tips for overcoming the self-doubt that eats away at even the most confident among us.
A major new survey by Gallup finds that it isn’t where you go to college that is predictive of whether you are successful at work and happy in life - rather, it matters what you do while you’re in school that counts. Douglas Belkin reports. Photo: Getty Images.