Not having a college education doesn’t mean you can’t earn a good paycheck. There are many driving jobs that offer training on the job and can lead to a rewarding career and a healthy bank balance. If you like to get behind the wheel, a job involving driving vehicles could be just the ticket.
Mom’s taxi just became profitable
You’re already the personal chauffeur in your family, right? But taxi driving can be an lucrative job for those without a college diploma. The actual requirements needed to drive a taxi vary from state to state. You need to be over 21 years old with a clean driving record and obvious driving experience. You also need to have a clear background when checked. A Cab has to be leased from the company and your hours are sporadic yet long – holidays, weekends and nights. There’s the risk of danger because you just don’t know whom you will be picking up next.
You could earn over $17,000 and up to $60,000+ depending on hours and location.
Become a Delivery Driver
Don’t like the idea of driving passengers around? How about packages? Companies always need delivery drivers that cover grounds of local, regional or national areas. The requirements consist of clean driver’s license for this job; you can’t be racking up fines left, right and center. You don’t need any experience other than driving, and flexibility in schedule for ability to drive.
You could earn over $17,000 and up to $45,000+ depending on hours and location.
All aboard for school bus driving
Driving noisy children to and from school in the mornings and afternoons requires patience, so this is not job isn’t for everyone. You cannot have any previous misdemeanors on the roads and no criminal record either. A plus side is getting the same scheduling as schools with no work on weekends and holidays. No previous educational experience is required.
You could earn over $16,500 and up to $40,000 if you have what it takes to be a school bus driver.
No college degree should be no barrier to getting a well paid, interesting job that works for you and your family. You just need to think outside the box and look at the opportunities that are all around you.