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  • High Paying Jobs, Degree not Mandatory

    Economy is behaving like a monster driving employers holding the bonuses of their employees or cut-off the expected increments. However, it is a natural census that workers bearing a university degree make more than the employees with non-degree education. Look around yourself and analyze, how many university degree holders are there in the workforce doing jobs near you as compared to less educated or non-degree employees? According to the recent census conducted by US Census Bureau, Only 19% in United States have a bachelor’s degree whereas around 31% are high school diploma holders. Not an intention to discourage from graduation for sure. But considering your financial, social and economical circumstances, if university degree or Masters in a specific discipline is not within the adoptable options for you, still there are some professions where you can make lucrative income and ease your living by locating the right job which doesn’t require a masters or university degree.

    Top Finance & Accounting Careers

    If making calculations are your second nature, it accounts for a career! Among other things, establish a career in accounting you can ensure that your company is on recent developments in tax laws and financial management.

    Mapping a career in accounting is much more lucrative and rewarding. Financial and tax law is constantly changing all the time – and this is one of the statutory auditor is required to ensure that its financial results and hold its leadership style according to the laws of their competitions.