Are you sick of your boring job? Or are you new to the workforce and don’t know where you want your career to go? There are thousands of jobs to choose from and there is a perfect job for everyone one out there, somewhere. Here are just a few high paying and enjoyable career choices.
Fitness lovers will find no end of enjoyment for personal training. Not only do you get paid well to stay fit, but you also help others to get healthy. Working for yourself, you get to choose your own hours and can choose to have a training specialty. Of course, working for a gym or fitness clubs also has many advantages, like the use of equipment. Becoming qualified to work as a personal trainer is as easy as contacting a course provider, such as Fitlink, and getting started.
Do you excel at planning parties? Are you organised and creative? Then becoming an event planner is the career for you. There’s a lot of hard work involved and the finger gets pointed at you if something goes wrong, even if it’s not your fault. Most of the best jobs will go to Bachelors graduates, but a diploma and a few years experience can equal out to the same. The pay off at the end makes all the hard work worthwhile. And you get to party it up every time you finish a job!
If you like to travel and meet people then becoming a flight attendant might just be the thing for you. It’s a lot like working in hospitality, but you are serving customers while hurtling through the sky in a metal tube. There’s a solid salary and plenty of benefits to being a flight attendant, as some airlines offer free flights. Just like any other job, there are also drawbacks. There’s no escape from bad passengers, and you will get them, just try not to ask them to leave mid-flight.
Do you love books? Well if you do, you can’t look past working as a librarian. Be careful though, it’s not as easy as you would think. Most librarians hold a Bachelor’s Degree, while the best paid have a Masters in Library Science. Librarian duties include maintaining books and cataloguing as well as organising activities and events and helping visitors. It’s the perfect job for someone looking for a quiet life.
If you are more of a computer nut than a book worm, then maybe becoming a software engineer is the thing for you. Though it requires a Bachelor’s Degree, it is very highly paid for recent graduates. You could be responsible for making new kinds of software and programs for computers. For more creative minds, there are plenty jobs in creating software for video games, an ever growing market.
These are just a few unique jobs among an enormous market. If you follow what you love, be it travel, fitness or something completely different, there is a job out there for you. Are you in a career you love? What advice would you give job seekers?
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