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Top 5 College Degrees That Are Actually Worth It
In this video, I'm going to give you 5 of them plus a few bonus ones at the end of the video so stick around for that.
1. Occupational Therapy Assistants or aid
Pay assistant: the average is around 61k, which is actually a very good salary.
Pay for an aid: might range from 29k to 39k
What you do: you can be an occupational therapy aid or assistant, and your pay will range based on this. However, your job is to perform therapy to bring patients the ability to be able to perform the normal daily task of life.
How to become one: Therapy assistant requires usually a associate degree in the field and to become an aid all you need is a high school diploma and some training. And you’ll also need a certificate in CPR and other basic life support task. And you'll require your license depending on the state.
Overall: it’s a soli job with a lot of potential job growth you can do within 1-2 years depending on if you get into an accelerated program
2. Information Security Analysts
Pay: you can earn around 99k which around 47 dollars an hour and it's expected to keep growing.
What you would do: You’re basically a high level IT for a company, you are in charge of any breaches with company information, encrypting information, and instantly software to protect information. Its basically being an online security guard.
How to become one: you’ll need a bachelor's degree in computer science or information assurance.
Overall: I think this job is for someone with great Analytical skills and loves problem-solving. But I have seen a few of these guys, and they seem to have a great job, and they also seem to enjoy, and some even start companies.
3. Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Midwives, and Nurse Practitioners
Pay: you’ll get around 115k a ton of money.
What you would do:
Anesthetist: You’ll be the person asking the question before an operation and also the person in charge of the anesthesia for the patient. Its life or you know what work.
Midwives: you can deliver babies and assist with your clients and also educate them.
Practitioners: you can actually work this job independently usually. And you’ll usually care for a certain population of people, mental health and so on.
You’ll need: a master degree
Overall: it’s a solid job, where you help a lot of people and earn a lot of money.
4. Operations Research Analysts
Pay: $84k per year and $40 per hour
What you would do: you basically are in charge of solving business problems and identifying them. In some cases, you might have to create statistical models also. Its basically quantitative problem solving
You’ll need A Bachelor Degree and in some cases even a master's degree. And again its one of those degrees where you can basically also start your own consulting company. I had a professor with a degree in statistics that also advises companies on the weekends.
5. A few that are good but don’t pay that much
- Medical Assistant: 33k
- Forest Fire Inspectors: 39k
- Mathematicians: 100k but keep in mind this is not simple at all
- Software Development: 103k
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