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Ryan Scribner (8 months ago)
What are some other jobs that didn't make the list? Comment below...
Jay Sandoval (2 days ago)
+Ddrummer work in the Ramp , baggage handler , all 3 major airlines have a top pay of $31-$33 an hour , except Delta only hires part time , so try United , American and Southwest airlines
Ddrummer (2 days ago)
Jay Sandoval what work at the airline are you doing ?
Kyle Jones - Educate Yourself (8 days ago)
+Jay Sandoval Great to know thanks!
Jay Sandoval (8 days ago)
+Kyle Jones - Educate Yourself I work for Delta Airlines , going on 8 years this spring . Baggage handler position , except I would go with United or American airlines, even Southwest because they have a union and you can get full benefits , Delta only hires part time and no benefits , takes a long time to get full time at Delta
Kyle Jones - Educate Yourself (8 days ago)
+Jay Sandoval What Airline do you work for? How long?
Gabrielle (21 hours ago)
Not everyone has a "passion". I don't and neither do most people. I'm not saying that people should work at jobs they hate if they have other options, but it certainly isn't a crime to work only for the money.
Satbir 371 (23 hours ago)
I did electrical engy(b.tech), Im coming canada soon. What should i do further for job??
Abdul Elkurdi (3 days ago)
I hear u union jobs are good but hard to get into gotta know someone I was trying to get on as a millwright at my local here in Texas been trying for 2 yrs now but I’ll try this electric one
Ryan Scribner (3 days ago)
Yes, a lot of them are like that you need to know someone on the inside
Len Hart (4 days ago)
ATC air traffic control, i heard you can be no older than 26, but check for yourself.
Thanks Alot (4 days ago)
No schooling really required, just ummmm goto trade school first
Rod Graff (5 days ago)
If you don’t know what you want to do go into the Coast Guard. I got my training there, and used that training to get a great Union job in HVAC. I was able to retire at age 52. I still teach the trade part time, 40 hrs a month, and they pay me $82. per hour for my knowledge and experience. I have been teaching for 32 yrs, and the union did put me thru a bachelors degree program.
Bill Johnson (6 days ago)
Only problem is, is if you have any felonies (Just ONE) you can't get a good job anywhere.
urban mechanic (8 days ago)
Well i can tell you. I dropped out of high school because it was boring I found the trades the best and its been the best... from 91 to 2019 i have completed 5 plus journeyman trades and now make 130 plus a year c d n I work a lot but will never be out of work which i saw some family goe thru
Chris Burns (9 days ago)
My wife is an 5th grade elementary school teacher in California and makes 90k a year. The teachers making low wages are either fairly new or don’t have a masters degree. I work in medical supplies and make 200k a year.
Kyle G (9 days ago)
Gives job advice... YouTube is his job.
ToGodBeTheGlory! (10 days ago)
I use to be a lineman chasing money, left it and the money behind and found what true happiness is about. Making $14.50 an hour now and am home every night and couldnt be happier!
Ryan Scribner (9 days ago)
That is awesome, money is not everything! I knew a lot of linemen on their 2nd and 3rd marriage... sad really
Numski84 (11 days ago)
The last two jobs you talked about require an associate degree. I thought this video was about jobs that don't require college.
boeuf3000 (12 days ago)
Most kids never worked in their entire life so how should they know what job they want to do at 18? I sure as hell didnt. After HS took me 3 years jumping from job to job to find out what I wanted do with my life.
abc def (12 days ago)
Job Qualifications this pays 22/ hour los angeles ??? High School Diploma or GED required 3 year industrial mechanical experience or two-year technical degree preferred Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a team environment with people of varying skills and backgrounds Knowledge of safety policies and procedures is required (e.g. lock out / tag out, confined space entry) Must be able to continuously stand, bend, and twist. Must be able to lift items up to 50 pounds Precision machining skills and welding ability preferred Strong computer skills required; Microsoft Office Excel proficiency as well as Computerized Maintenance Management Systems experience preferred. Ability to work weekends and holidays on all shifts (days, afternoons and midnights. Must be able to work in varying temperatures and climates.
TylerGKaiser (12 days ago)
I'm a collector for national grid!
Ryan Scribner (12 days ago)
Hey that was my old job! Good luck Tyler 😆 (Just UTC all day... lol)
Kert White (13 days ago)
I’m gonna tell y’all the real secret. Do some type of trade with a company for 2-5 years. Once you have a money and knowledge built up start doing your own thing. The only way to make GOOD money. Uncle started his at 19 and is 63. On top of all that he invested. There isn’t a word to explain the money he has. He gave me his life advice and I’m taking it and running.
Filipe Miguel (14 days ago)
BurritoMan (17 days ago)
Should i get certified in SMAW welding ?
Ryan Scribner (16 days ago)
Welders make bank!
Kevin macomber (18 days ago)
Also real estate, and even car salesman around here make 50-100k
HERODE MICHELL (19 days ago)
Real Estate agents, Real Estate Appraisers, Real Inventors, barber, cosmetology, drone pilots, brautician, mortuary, uber driver, Amazon fulfillment Associates, Taxicab driver,
johnny d (19 days ago)
these days almost every job even the shitty ones are very picky especially in my city every place is hiring but they don't hire anyone then they have to close early or not open some days .then you have the ones that are very hard work but don't pay anything and they are picky as well I don't get it !
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Mark Mik (24 days ago)
I love my job as a PTA (physical therapist assistant) making $25 hr
Yosef Yitzchak Lopez (1 month ago)
Trafficking illegals, trafficking drugs, trafficking organs, bank robbing and i can't guess the 5....President of the USA..
Dimitri Borozny (1 month ago)
To work for National Grid,you have to know someone in the IBEW or Pipe Fitters union!
Ryan Scribner (1 month ago)
It does help... lol
Joseph Kenner (1 month ago)
Don’t choose general labor like I did yes it paid off for me. But it’s back breaking work ,you’re tired af all the time ,and you will feel like shiit. Not a fun life. You get a job in the oil field in construction they compensate you greatly to make up for you feeling and looking like shiit.
Ryan Scribner (1 month ago)
Thanks for the honesty Joseph!
Jorge Padilla (1 month ago)
Wish me luck, right now I'm in Community College majoring in Engineering Science just so I have something to fall back on. But what i really want to do is get a carrer in the plumbing field. SoI recently applied to Local 1 NYC Plumbers union apprenticeship program. If i get in i would drop college, and begin my training. There's a better future for me, i enjoyed plumbing when i had shop class in High School.
Ryan Scribner (1 month ago)
Awesome idea, I am all for the trades!
Satbir 371 (1 month ago)
I did B.E in electrical engineering,I’m coming to canada So what further study should i do to get well job.????
Eric Ferguson (1 month ago)
Oilfield, oilfield, oilfield. If you’re willing to work hard and relocate into a less desirable place you’ll make 6 figures.
François Parent (1 month ago)
What about freight train conductor?
Scott (1 month ago)
I was medically retired from the Army. The military pays way better than it used to. In 2018 a married PFC/E-3 stationed at Fort Jackson starts out at about $44,000. Most Soldiers will make that rank within the first 2 years. E-3 base pay with less than 2 years is $1932.04 + $1395 for housing + $369 for food allowance = $3700.04/month or $44,400.48 a year. Now this is only for married Soldiers. If you are a single Soldier you would live in single Soldier housing aka the barracks which is equal to college dorms and eat in a cafeteria style eatery called a DFAC or chow hall. 100% of all meals are provided to single Soldiers and there is no rent, utilities, deposits, or fees associated with the barracks. The barracks are fully furnished and the newer ones usually resemble a 2 bedroom apartment with each Soldier having their own private room. The kitchen areas are usually equipped with full sized fridge, oven/range, and a microwave with plenty of cabinet and counter space. Most barracks rooms have a shared (for 2 Soldiers) basic bathroom. The Army's gyms called Physical Fitness Centers aka PFC (not to be confused with the rank PFC) are state of the art fitness centers that are 100% at no cost to the Soldier and their family aka dependents. You would also get 30 days paid vacation aka leave. On top of that you would get between 5-12 holiday weekends that are 3-4 days each(not guaranteed). The Army has educational opportunities for the Soldier and their dependents. There are great recreational opportunities as well. All of this sounds too good to be true to so many American's and yet they still will not even talk to a recruiter. Why?
sumit semwal (1 month ago)
Bro plz help me need Job I m complete my post graduate plz help me plz please please please please please🙏
Walter Perry (1 month ago)
like video on YouTube now
Walter Perry (1 month ago)
Yes Good Job. but hard working on your body everyday. I know. it paid good benefit. like test your body out. very well paid Job
mongo slade (1 month ago)
Doughnut hole puncher, 13hr no college, free holes.
Samuel P Cushing (1 month ago)
I work for the railroad and everyday of my life is worse than the last, but money is there. I realize now what people mean by money doesn't buy happiness. I thought it was bullshit, well it's not.
Tashi gyatso (1 month ago)
Hi I have questions
Mark M-K (1 month ago)
I think it’s important to note that, to be an Air Traffic Controller (ATC), you will be required to have a 4-year degree, or at least military service in the ATC field. The cost for ATC Schools can be astronomical. The cost for ATC training can border that of some Ivy League universities. Furthermore, it is becoming more common to require a 4-year degree before moving into a Supervisory ATC positions. Unless you have a large some of disposable money laying around, not to mention time, you will enter this career field in debt. Also, ATC is unbelievably competitive field, and the requirement to even be considered are insane, but understandable given what it is you’ll be doing.
Info 1on1 (1 month ago)
thanks bro very helpful
Ryan Scribner (1 month ago)
Thanks for watching!
Amil Romero (1 month ago)
Food Selector, Always is going to be a demand for food some company's start as low $14 an hour up to $35 an hour everything base on performance hours and cases selected thru the day. Reallly Philosophically demanding, Long hours but making over 80,000 combining hours over time and incentives with out a degree make all the sence to join the industry.
Ego (1 month ago)
I’m 20 and I don’t know wtf to do with my life I’m so confused
Ryan Scribner (1 month ago)
I would recommend saying yes to everything that comes your way for a while!
David M (1 month ago)
Americans.. How hard is it to get work in North America particularly in west side?
Jay Con (1 month ago)
Unless you’re planning on being a doctor, lawyer, engineer, computer geek or teacher... don’t go to college waste of time and a butt load of money
Christina Rodriguez (1 month ago)
ok these are mainly for guys what about a good paying job for females
nickalous ferreira (1 month ago)
I'm a union carpenter and I make $70 an hour and 100k a year.
Dakota Mullenix (1 month ago)
Ups drivers make 50-60k average and have very good benefits after 2 years. Mailmen also make good money at about 50k a year. Also theirs tons of jobs that you have access to with a CDL.
abc def (1 month ago)
PART TIME WORK ONLY !!! PROJECT ORIENTED . BOOK 2 STATUS - WORKING OUT OF COUNTY . aint no more schools needed. they aint no real good paying good jobs to be had . 'just check cregslist see what they want vs the pay !!!! lies nonstop !!!!!! shut this bum up. give the kids a set of lego s .. say no to all the illegals coming in and low balling the job market. illegals steal our jobs and lower our earning ability
Noah Noah (1 month ago)
Do you think it's worth getting myself in a masonary-bricklaying work ? i dont have a collage degree i think in england you make 25 in hour in london i believe
Demerrill Spencer (1 month ago)
C B1983 (1 month ago)
i didnt go to colledge i have 16 years experience with Warehouse housekeeping janitorial and pet care and have a good paying job. way better than retail where they were working me alot of hours but with little pay. i think going to colledge is a waste of time you dont have to go to colledge to wotk unless you want to be a doctor or vetnarian or truck driver ect. but other than that working is fun
Bless You (2 months ago)
Must be nice
TGK MATRIX (2 months ago)
Oil rigs and cops as well. As long as you’re able to work your ass off trades life is easy money
Erika Hatziyannakis (2 months ago)
Nursing? Is a great job but you have to like it and a lot of study. Not easy at all
Dany Herrera (2 months ago)
907 dislikes dang
opticnoobing opticnoobing (2 months ago)
I have no idea what to do with my life
Electric Cream 1 (2 months ago)
You know nothing junior
Fruit (2 months ago)
I’m 20 clearing 1800-2000 a week after taxes stacking wind turbines
—TheManInDboX — (2 months ago)
I started in IT at 18, my friends were all in college, I started at 32.50 an hour.. at 18.. by 22 I was making 100k a year, by 25 125k a year.. I took a pay cut at 30, to 90k a year, but only working 3 days a week.. figured the cut was worth enjoying life more.. I have zero college, had terrible grades in HS too.. if you have passion and drive you don't need college..
—TheManInDboX — (3 days ago)
+AJDatLame It's been a variety of things over the years, I am a jack of all trades IT person.. currently it is Microsoft Computer Security Forensic Engineer.. When I started I did Help desk, then Desktop support, next was road warrior, followed by Enterprise migration expert, then penetration testing, followed by Enterprise active directory migration expert, next was AWS migration expert, then was Enterprise Exchange migration expert with Azure, followed by Palo Alto Network security engineer, and Cisco Network engineering and then Redhat engineer utilizing sun Microsystems and Solaris with Etrust directory services.. and the list goes on.. Just keep learning.. and always know your worth..
AJDatLame (3 days ago)
—TheManInDboX — what’s your job title?
kcin118 (2 months ago)
Communications technician. Get in with Comcast, takes a while to land the gig from application. 3 month paid training w bought lunches etc. I’ve gone from 12 to 17.00 ph in just one year flat. Not including yearly raise or quarterly bonuses. BCBS medical dental vision, 240 hrs pto including flex time , vacation days, floating holiday, and company holidays. Free cable and internet, security system, phone... yearly allotment for uniform replenishment, a van to drive to and from home each day.. really not a hard job at all and at times is very fun to do. Biggest hazard is falling from a fully extended ladder or from a pole.
ecoRfan (2 months ago)
Anything that can go on a railroad: engineer, conductor, electrician, mechanic, track maintenance, metal worker, etc. I feel like society has been lied to saying we all need college. Surely enough it eats up money, time, and stability. And when it comes to the railroad, a lot of those jobs demand tech school. As to those saying trucker is a good job? Met someone this summer who quit it: hated being alone all the time and the ungodly hours. He’s a limo driver now. Trucking pay rate is also very inconsistent with all the different companies vs owner/operators.
MerseyMinded (2 months ago)
I honestly feel like killing myself when i dwell on trying to make a career for myself as i see no hope, so much so i feel lost in this mad jungle. Im always one of the hardest workers in any job I've ever had but with no qualifications i have an impending feeling of doom, trapped.
T Dat (2 months ago)
American Airlines and Southwest pay over 30$ an hours for the ramp ...plus you get u limited flights (standby)...and you get a nice amount of swaps per quarter ...i can take off the next 7 days and not even have to go though a manager ...some guys i work with work 2 weeks out of the month and travel for the rest of the month ...you can make your own schedule... i never miss school events for my kids...or family events...i don’t have to wait for my set vacation ...i can take a vacation whenever I want to You can be an entrepreneur on the side because you have the flexibility...and it’s union ...like the best kept secret I made over 100k a year with the government....but this is the best job I’ve ever had ...Airline Industry 👌🏾
Camping and Gaming (2 months ago)
To anyone that says having money doesnt make you happy youre a fucking idiot. Obviously youve never been homeless before or really hit rock bottom before. Bet this dude grew up in a family that was well off and had connections
David Cappotto (2 months ago)
Another hidden career gem is biotech manufacturing. Starting pay around 20$ an hour usually with a shift differential, overtime pay and bonus. You can make 60K easy just starting out.
Dre O'Neal (21 days ago)
David Cappotto what’s the qualifications
Marcus Perez (2 months ago)
Burger King Philly Cheese King
Candice Perry (2 months ago)
Students need money and I wouldn't mind earning extra money for myself
Mumzy1219RIVA (2 months ago)
Thanks bro
Smoky Martinez (2 months ago)
I got no passion 😂😂😂
mick cv (2 months ago)
Good down to earth vid man teach the kids don’t need college to make good money and not have debt
Max Dunn (2 months ago)
I really enjoyed this video mate! I came out of school and went to college (I think that's the US equivalent of senior high?), But didn't go to university because I knew I didn't want to do a degree. Worked a few jobs whilst helping my old man fitting bespoke flooring in luxury vinyl tile before going into fitting full time. A rough calculation of pounds to dollars, but we fit a metre of floor at around $40-$45, and can fit 10 metres or more an hour... So you get the picture. If you're young and still wondering what to do, learn a trade. If you want to branch out after and do other things you can, but there will always be a demand for trades, and they pay brilliantly, and the people you work with are fantastic!
Johnny Alvarado (2 months ago)
Concrete pump operator is a good paying job. A hard working person can make $32 hr no education is needed other than Class B CDL the hours are unpredictable and plenty of them, on call daily, but it’s a good opportunity for someone that doesn’t want to go to school and what’s to get to work and make $
Nick Badry (2 months ago)
Man I made a mistake by going to college, son a bitch lol I should of learned a trade I suppose would have been better, I don't make bad money but I wont ever make 50 dollars an hour in law enforcement ha. I got a bachelors degree in exercise science and I work in law enforcement lol
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KitkatFelix Cruickshank (2 months ago)
I'm 20 making 40 an hour in Canada in construction and operating in a union job. Best job I've ever had and gooooood money. Took Years of hard work and you can't be a millennial bitch. Also credits to retire early is something I will get a good head start on
Victor Wealth (2 months ago)
And how can I join the and be an apprentice
Mark Delashmet (2 months ago)
Mark Delashmet (2 months ago)
U suck
Daily Dose Of Cars (2 months ago)
My dad wants me to help him on the business, but my mother wants me to go to college, and I’m like wtf
Daily Dose Of Cars (2 months ago)
*College wants to know your location*
Space Cadet (2 months ago)
I got an MBA in Finance and went on to handle large budgets and other projects for some of the top 5 companies in the world, after about 10 years in the field I was making about ~100K, I was by then just becoming aware that I did not want to live in an office for the rest of my life and that the methods in which corporations operate are contrary to my own morals, I think the toll it had on me caused me to make bad choices, I budgeted for companies thoroughly but my own finances went long ignored, by the end I was paycheck to paycheck until one day I just stopped showing up. I was so burnt out from computers and work that I didn't even bother to try to get unemployment, I've just ran through my life-savings, withdrawing from my 401k (which is a scam anyhow). It's been a year now actually, the last day I showed up was Oct 27th, 2017. I now have no income, however, in the last year I have expanded my guitar playing to now include: bass, drums, saxophone, trumpet, cello, banjo, harmonica, singing. I record music everyday, it has been an amazing year, however I have no income and don't know what to do, other than music, I don't have many 'handy' skills, my options are pretty much, go back to hell and make 6 figures, or start somewhere at the bottom, making like 17 bucks an hour. Today, I applied for a postman position. Cross your fingers. Here's my "music" (it's very weird): www.SoundCloud.Com/GypsyKazoo
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Legendary Soccer (2 months ago)
I’m just tryna find something simple I can do in college, while a grow a business I’m doing on the side right now... because I don’t want to work at Lowe’s while I’m growing this business
Frank Brown (2 months ago)
I'm a foreman for a utility service that checks for the strength and intergrity of the wood structure poles and I make 100 grand a year and I have no college background.
Ryan Scribner (2 months ago)
That is fantastic!
Dee Markham (2 months ago)
I’m 24 I work for ups I make 65k a year I love my job
Ryan Scribner (2 months ago)
I know a lot of people working there doing very well!
Teijah Bates (2 months ago)
Doctors make more than 100 dollars an hour
Ryan Scribner (2 months ago)
That debt though...
ThaFuzzyMan (2 months ago)
I don't know where this guy gets his numbers. He's basing this off of where he lives I guess. In Florida for all those jobs you are looking at $42,000 a year or under. I know a math teacher at Stanton that made a 35k a year. Electricians make about 40k unless you are a master. Radiology techs get paid closer to 40k a year. I supervised a person who couldn't find a job as a radiology tech and I made more than them... when I made 20k a year. Last year I made 32k working 2+ jobs at times. These evaluations are ridiculous.
Mac N Cheese (2 months ago)
This guy is not 22
jennifer williams (2 months ago)
That niggah doin his hustle....make that money good per hour pay smh..
Brainless Durag (2 months ago)
Misleading tittle
Neko TonguePunch (2 months ago)
Somebody hire me for work.
J Chavezz (2 months ago)
Believable. I made 143k last year at the age of 23 as a combination welder. Non Union as well.
Ryan Scribner (2 months ago)
That is amazing! So many opportunities if you are willing to get your hands dirty
Matthew Gendreau (2 months ago)
By electrical construction and maintenance, is electrical engineering Technology the same thing ?
Matthew Gendreau (2 months ago)
Ryan Scribner I thought engineering and construction is basically the same thing
Ryan Scribner (2 months ago)
No, EET was more related to engineering and not construction but both are good!
Jack Daniel (2 months ago)
70k a year is NOT alot of money...remember taxes? being a blue collar worker means you pay the 2nd to the highest percentage of income tax right behind professionals like laywers doctors, 34% of that income gone for federal income tax, 10% for states and then everytime you spend save or borrow you are taxed lmao
Ryan Scribner (2 months ago)
True, I got hammered in taxes!
Nemecio Luna (2 months ago)
Join a sales job. It will benefit you in the future in any Field.
Steve Walther (2 months ago)
Unions and aprentenships are great back in the70s.
IceRook (2 months ago)
lost me at "I got a 2 year degree"
ROCKNROLLFAN (3 months ago)
Regardless of how much any job pays, I'm going to finish my BA degree in Computer Science.....
Tito Real (3 months ago)
That’s exactly what I want to do; A planner for a utility company. I have an Associate Degree in Engineering technology, with 22 years experience in Puerto Rico. With 22 years of experience I’m making less than what you started. I need to get out! What’s the name of the company you were working?
Tito Real (3 months ago)
Ryan Scribner thanks
Ryan Scribner (3 months ago)
National Grid!