What are some jobs you can do with just a high school degree ?
- 2 months ago
- JohnLv 72 months ago
You can be a cop or a market checker, or a waiter, or sell cars, etc
- 2 months ago
Try virtual assistance!
- BoyLv 42 months ago
Medical coding .........
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Not much...lots of luck
Maybe warehouse jobs? but that's about it...
or anything in fast food and you get to wear a hat
- babyboomer1001Lv 72 months ago
Fast food, lower end retail, more fast food, and more lower end retail - probably after the Coronavirus is no longer a threat.
- KyleLv 72 months ago
you can always join the military. while the life style isn't for everyone. they have hundreds of jobs that aren't all combat or infantry related. health care, IT, logistics, air traffic control, vehicle maintenance, electrician, construction, analysts, hvac, and others.
those jobs can easily find similar jobs back in the civilian world when your service is over. and companies will gladly take someone with years of training and experience over someone with just a college degree and no experience. some jobs in the military you earn industry related certifications too. and most jobs only require four years of service. though some require six.
it is possible to start in some jobs and work your way up. try inside sales. logistics. warehouse. customer service. administrative support. or other similar roles.
if you're still in high school, speak with a counselor. they can help prepare you and give you ideas for post high school life too. they are not there for those only going to college.
- JudyLv 72 months ago
retail, restaurant, warehouse, many others
- SquidLv 72 months ago
Fast food, retail cashier, Uber driver....basically minimum wage jobs are what you get with no raises or promotions ever.
- ibu guruLv 72 months ago
A high school diploma (it is not a "degree!") typically prepares you for nothing. IF you have acquired good computer skills, including MS Office suite software including Word, etc., have neat & legible handwriting, excellent command of grammar, spelling, etc., you might find some entry-level office work. Otherwise, without some specific vocational/occupational training, you may well be limited to typical unskilled labor such as fast food, retail sales clerk & similar positions.
IF you have an entrepreneurial mindset, instead of living in the Job Box, and have developed experience and references in "typical teen" types of work like babysitting, dog walking, gardening, etc. you may do better continuing your efforts on a full-time basis. E.g. someone with excellent babysitting references might be a good candidate for a full-time nanny.