If you're thinking about a career change, you may have to go back to school to get a higher paying job. But that doesn't mean years and years of schooling to make a lot more money. Yahoo compiled several jobs you can get with two-year community college degrees.
Full-time workers in the U-S earn an estimated average of $20.90 an hour. How would you like to increase that by 50 percent? Yahoo came up with seven two-year degrees and the $30 plus an hour careers that go along with them. They include:
A loan officer.. someone who helps people navigate the process of borrowing money.. with an average hourly wage of $30.39.
Yahoo says the market for nurses is expected to grow by 22 percent by 2018. They make on average about $32 an hour.
If you're into fashion trends, and want to make a career out of it, a fashion designer can pull in an average of more than $35 an hour.
Make more money without going into debt with student loans to pay for a bachelor's or master's degree.
Go here to check out some other careers that pay 30 dollars or more an hour with two year degrees.
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