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Not all kind of jobs would require certain bachelor or master degrees in order to get hired. Most of the time, employers would still prefer people who are knowledgeable about the field and of course, being passionate for the job. Even though you graduated with high honors, you might still be a second priority than a person who had worked for more than 5 years for the specific job you are aiming.

No wonder, the rate of high school graduates have not made any difference for the past decades especially when the economy is in its bad state.Everyone is still entitled for any kind of position as long as they are confident and they have the skills for the job. What’s left to do now is to maintain customer service because that’s what keeps us in the company. If we do not provide professional and reliable service to our customers, whether it’s simple or complicated, there’s a greater chance that they would leave.

10.  Video Game Player


Many gaming companies hire video game players to check the consistency and accuracy of the game. Video games take time to be released from the testing phase until reaching the final product. Making the game as playable is something very important because it can get to a lawsuit due to hardware problems which can cost a lot of money.

It may seem a very easy task to work as a video game player but it can take up to 16 hours of your time daily to finish up the task. However, you can get the latest version of the game prior the release to the public. You can also earn for the job up to $35,000 per year.

9.  Babysitting


Although there are child care providers that require further training and licensing in every state, taking care of one or two children may not be necessary to complete these. It’s not surprising that even minors ages from 11 years old and up while the rates increase as they age more. For ages 11-14, you can get paid for 3-4 dollars per hour; 15-16 $5-6 per hour; 17 and up can get from $8-12 per hour. Up to this day, you can earn up to $25/hr depending on the number of children you need to watch.

Most of the time, people would even charge more if babysitting would be needed at night time because they are harder to find than day time or if a child will need special treatments like when they are sick.

8. Food Critics


Being a food critic may be everyone’s dream job because they can get the luxury of eating good food for free, plus you can get paid for doing it! This job may not be for everyone especially if one has health problems like heart diseases. Food critics have to maintain being fit in order towork.

Working as a food critic does not need to earn a certain degree to become a food critic but familiarity with a restaurant business can be a plus because you know how things work behind every food served to customers. Writing and reporting skills is also crucial to provide the details about the food and service. Having all that, a food critic can get an average of $41,000 per year.

7. Dog Walker


Walking a dog seems to be very easy but it takes a person to be a dog lover and be qualified for this kind of job. It’s a good exercise as you can walk for longer or even run especially during mornings except for scooping the dog poop along the way. If a dog walker is a professional, they can hold up to 5 or more dogs and earn as much as $50 per hour.

What’s good about being a dog walker is it’s not required to work under an agency. However, it is highly recommended to get proper training then later on licensing. Walkers should also keep in mind if they have dog allergies to avoid any health problems in the future.

6. Park Ranger


A park ranger or a forest ranger is a person trained to protect and preserve parks within the area. They can be sometimes referred as park police due to certain assignments that may be related to law enforcement to keep illegal transactions to be made within the preserved areas. They are required to undergo certain training in order to become a fully-fledged park ranger.

A park ranger can earn with an average of $30 per hour or $63,000 per year. However, they can get up to $91,000 in a year. The lowest rate can get up to $44,000 a year.

5. Mystery Shopping 


We can say that mystery shoppers may be similar to what a food critic can do; however, they work more on the assigned branches the business owner would ask them to go to know their shopping or dining experience from the merchandise or restaurant for quality purposes. While some employers would give mystery shoppers cash and allow the customer’s to keep it, others prefer to return it and get paid for a certain fee per job.

Legit mystery shoppers are hard to find because many of them will just come and go with the money and have the product without sending a report; therefore, most companies rely on certified mystery shoppers.

Mystery shoppers could get an average of $41,000 per year.

4. Chocolatier


Most chocolatiers start as pastry or confectionery chefs in order to get an idea of how to work with chocolates. Mind that chocolatiers are different from chocolate makers who work on creating chocolate from scratch.

Although chocolates can be something you would love, working at a chocolate store can be tiring. You should get a proper training first to get hired in order to understand the chocolate chemistry between flavors and textures; and also from chocolate tempering, dipping, and decorating until molding.

A chocolatier can earn from $90,000 to $120,000 per year if they work tremendously at an exclusive chocolate factory. But the mean average would be within $43,000 to $47,000 for beginners.

3. Sanitation Engineer


The name “sanitary engineer” might seem a very professional job focusing on preserving public health and safety but partial of it aims more on proper sanitation that you would need to be engaged on disposal of human waste. A sanitary engineer is actually another term for waste or garbage collector.

Despite the fact that a sanitary engineer would pick up trash on every neighborhood, they are also required to understand water treatment to prevent diseases. They are trained on how and where to put wastes to avoid water to flow on the irrigation systems from being contaminated.

A typical sanitary engineer can have an average of $77,000 per year.

2. Winemaker


Most companies look for winemakers who have experience working in the field plus a bachelor degree in Oenology, the study of making wine, or any related degree.Working as a winemaker do not have to put up your own vineyard as long as you have strong knowledge of the varieties of grapes and have an idea of how to put up a wine business. Taking care of the grapes for certain seasons until the fermentation phase are what winemakers usually do.

For starters, a winemaker can earn $33,000 a year while the professional ones earn up to $120,000 making an average of $60,000 per year.

1. Ferrari driving instructor


It’s not necessary to go to college in order to become a race car driver as long as you have tons of racing experience and training. It may require you to get a license even though the job can be tempting plus the mere fact that extensive knowledge with maintaining a car, specifically Ferraris, is needed too.

Ferrari driving classes usually costs $9,000 that’s why they earn big. For instance, former NASCAR drivers like Anthony Lazzaro can earn from $500 to $1,000 a day as a Ferrari instructor. Even for low end instructors, they could get up to $120,000 a year.