No University degree? No Problem.
Indeed Australia and New Zealand managing director Chris McDonald has released a list featuring a number of high-paying jobs which don’t necessarily require a tertiary degree.
According to Mr McDonald, the nation’s services industry employs four out of five Australians and most jobs within the industry don’t require a University degree. He went on to explain that demand in the nation’s services industry is quite high, in proportion to the supply.
“Many trades are in demand with skills shortages meaning they offer good career prospects, including self-employment opportunities with the scope to earn salaries commensurate with other jobs that require a university degree”, Mr McDonald told News Corp.
“It’s important that job-seekers are aware of all the options available to them so that they can make informed decisions about career choices.”
Mr McDonald’s statements align with the views of Uvision, and both jobseekers and employers alike are advised to contact Uvision Employment, whose extensive analysis and rigorous candidate evaluation allow for the most suitable employees to be provided to respective employers.
Below is a list, published by Indeed, of Australia’s top 22 best paying jobs which don’t usually require a degree
Construction Manager - $153,213
Maintenance Manager - $110,030
Farm Manager - $92,588
Electrician - $84,311
Senior Care Worker - $82,976
Pilot - $78,473
Executive Assistant - $74,838
Sales Executive - $72,933
Roofer - $73,394
Car Sales Executive - $72,612
Fitness Manager- $71,060
Real Estate Agent - $71,037