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Job 1: A Skilled Tradesperson

Once you have a skill no one can take it away from you. This includes everything from Plumbers & Electricians to Carpenters and even Elevator Mechanics!

These skills are in high demand and can justify wages up to $68,000 per year. This is also growing each year as the number of skilled trade jobs is far outpacing the supply of workers.

Job 2: An Air Traffic Controller

Imagine sitting at this really cool desk and earning up To $122,000 per year.

Air traffic controllers are responsible for directing the safe movement of aircraft arriving and departing from airports in order to prevent any collisions.

Job 3: An Influencer

Did you know that more kids now dream of being professional YouTubers rather than astronauts, according to a recent study?

I hardly find this surprising as they see their favorite influencers having the time of their lives, all while making millions per year.

Job 4: Radiographer

How does earning up to $69,000 per year sound to you?

Radiographers also called radiologic technologists, perform X-rays, CT scans, MRIs, and other forms of medical imaging to help diagnose illnesses and conditions.

Job 5: An Executive Assistant

It can be extremely fun being the right-hand person of a business leader, you are both striving towards a shared mission and you can earn up to, a very respectable $68,000 per year!

Job 6: A construction site manager

The demand for construction managers will reportedly grow 8 percent by 2029, which is much faster than the 4 percent projected growth rate of all occupations.

You can expect to earn an annual wage of between $50,000 & $126,000.

A Site Manager within the construction industry is responsible for overseeing operations of the whole site on a day-to-day basis, and making sure a project comes in on time and on budget.

Job 7: An Artist like Videographers, Editors & Writers

The new generation is highly visual and we need artists to connect and sell products to them, which makes their skills extremely valuable.

The earning potential with this is truly unlimited, it just all depends on your ability to drive clicks and sales. The better you are, and the more value you add to your clients or employer, then the more money you will earn.

Job 8: An Insurance Claims Adjuster

The top 10% of Insurance claim investigators earn over $100,000 per year. And the lowest 10% of adjusters earned just over $40,000 per year.

Job 9: Professional Gaming Athlete

Being paid good money to play computer games competitively sounds like a dream come true…

The average professional gamer earns $60,000 per year. If you are really good you can earn millions. Gamers make their money in a few different ways such as tournament prizes, salaries from being in a team, bonuses for doing well, sponsors, and of course streaming.

Job 10: High Ticket Commission Sales Person

Many high ticket salespeople choose to work on a commission basis, selling other people’s products or services to a list of potential clients who have already shown interest. This means that once you learn how to sell, essentially your income is unlimited.

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