Entering the Workforce
The transition from school to the working world can be difficult. You have to wake ... read more »
Many entry-level jobs require not only a degree, but also a year or two of work experience. If your ... read more »
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Even though your first job probably won’t be your last, you still want to be ... read more »
There’s no question that, on average, those with college degrees make more money in the long run than those without a degree. But it’s not always necessary to obtain a college degree, and there’s still money to be made without one. Use the sites below to learn how to get a job without a college degree, and how to find that first job with minimal, if any, job experience. You’ll also find some information on schools that offer associate degrees.
- The major tactics for finding a job without a degree remain the same: You’ll need strong interviewing skills, a cover letter and a resume that highlight your strengths, and the ability to network. Use the findingDulcinea Job Hunting Web Guide and the findingDulcinea Careers Web Guide to learn as much as possible about finding your first job.