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Top 5 Highest-Paying Jobs You Can Get With No Experience

Top 5 Highest-Paying Jobs You Can Get With No Experience

While many high-paying jobs require formal higher education and years of experience, there are plenty of well-paying jobs that don’t require a college degree or prior experience. All you need to apply for these jobs is a high school degree, determination, and in some cases, a professional license.

Here are the top 5 highest-paying jobs you can get without experience in no particular order, along with employment requirements and salary estimates for New York City.

 

1. Bike messenger

With the increasing number of delivery services such as GrubHub, Seamless, Postmates, and UberEats, the demand for bike messengers is at an all-time high. Plus, there are few jobs where you can work and get your exercise in at the same time! You can get paid either hourly or per delivery and you can often choose your hours. Most bike delivery jobs only require you to have your own bike and smartphone, no experience needed, but make sure to wear a helmet! You can expect to earn up to $26 per hour as a bike messenger in New York City.

 

2. Bartender

Do you enjoy the nightlife and being social? If so, bartending may be your calling. The perks of being a bartender include generous tips and not having to get up early. The only requirement to serve drinks in New York is being at least 18 years old. While you don’t need a bartending license, most bars prefer someone with some experience behind the bar.

If you don’t have any experience, you can start as a bar-back and work your way up. The average rate for a bartender in New York is $8.50 per hour, but you can expect to make over $20 per hour in tips! If you’re interested in working as a bartender, make sure to check out our article on how to get a bartending job!

 

3. Real estate agent

If you have a knack for sales and want to be in charge of how much you make, consider becoming a real estate agent. The only requirements to be a real estate agent in New York is a clean criminal record and a real estate license, which you can get by taking a two-week accredited real estate course and passing an exam. If you work as an independent agent, you get to be your own boss and enjoy the freedom and flexibility that comes with self-employment. The average annual salary for real estate agents in New York is $51K but you can make well over six figures depending how many deals you close!

 

4. Administrative assistant

Are you organized and enjoy working on multiple tasks? If you are, you might consider working as an administrative assistant. Most admin assistant jobs don’t require a four-year degree but some employers may prefer an associate’s degree. To be an admin assistant, you need to be organized, have solid computer and communication skills, and be able to follow instructions. Being an admin assistant lets you learn how the business works from the ground up and can be a good place to start if you want to move to another position within the company down the line.

Sometimes, it also pays to stick to your job. Warren Buffet’s secretary, who has been working for him since 1993, now makes between $200,000 and $500,000 per year! Administrative assistants in New York can earn up to $62K per year.

 

5. Professional cleaner

If you’re good at cleaning and enjoy making things shiny, you might consider becoming a professional cleaner. Your customers will always appreciate what you do and you can go to work knowing that you’re making a difference in your customers’ lives. Some cleaning companies require commercial cleaning experience but just as many look for domestic cleaning experience and a willingness to learn. Most companies provide supplies, so you won’t incur any expenses on your part. You can expect to earn up to $26 per hour as a cleaner in New York.

As long as you’re willing to work hard, you can make a good living without a college degree or any professional experience. Do these jobs sound like they might be a good fit for you? Apply to these jobs and more on Merlin!

 



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