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No experience necessary for these well paying jobs

Hollywood, MD- Are you looking for a job but lack experience? Maybe looking for a career change? You might think it will be difficult to land a decent paying job but that’s not always the case.

Here’s a list of ten jobs that require no experience. Some even offer paid, on-the-job training.

1. Delivery Driver - National, regional and local companies need delivery drivers. If you have a clean driving record, you’re eligible. Many of these jobs do not require experience and can offer scheduling flexibility. They can also help you get your foot in the door and offer opportunities toward a higher-paying position.

Annual salary range: $16,918-$46,324

2. Bill Collector - The employment rate for bill collectors is expected to grow by 19 percent over the next decade. Most of these jobs only require a high school diploma. If you have effective communication skills and good customer service skills, this could be the job for you.

Annual salary range: $21,903-$47,898

3. Garbage Collector - It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it. It requires early mornings but you get most holidays off, good benefits and exercise on the job. You are required to be physically fit, capable of lifting heavy items and able to drive a garbage truck.

Annual salary range: $19,920-$59,922

4. Security Guard - This job doesn’t necessarily mean patrolling malls and stores for unruly teenagers. These jobs include protective sentry for an Embassy, a secure cash transporter for Brinks, or even a member of the Homeland Security team at the airport. Most of these jobs only require a high school diploma, clean drug test, clean criminal record and perhaps some firearms training and licensing.

Annual salary range: $18,161-$38,999

5. Bartender - You don’t need higher education but you should at least attend bartending school. It might sound like an easy job but it can prove to be difficult. Late night shifts, dealing with intoxicated customers and even being held responsible if a customer drinks too much.

Annual salary range: $13,085-$47,298

6. School Bus Driver - You do need a clean driving and criminal record but if you have the patience to deal with children, this might be the right fit for you. Most bus drivers work twice a day; mornings and afternoons. They get the same holidays and days off that students enjoy. No previous experience is necessary and the job can offer good benefits and a decent salary.

Annual salary range: $16,404-$39,883

7. Real Estate Broker - This does require a state license and some time to make good money, but there’s potential to bring in some big bucks. To be eligible, you must take a 60-hour course, which you can do online. It will take a few years to build a large referral network and have return business, but all you need is an agent license to start at a real estate firm. Once employed, you can take another test to become a full-fledged broker.

Annual salary range: $30,303-$227,211

8. Entry level oil field worker - A high school diploma is usually all that is required for entry level positions in the oil industry. These jobs are often readily available and oil companies provide on-the-job training. This job could also allow you to travel the world and work outdoors, while offering decent pay and benefits.

Annual salary range: $19,000-$45,000

9. Cable TV installer - Previous experience is not necessary and companies provide job training. Cable TV and Internet installers can make decent salaries.

Annual salary range: $21,584-$51,855

10. Commercial Truck Driver - Little or no experience is required for many of these jobs. It might take you away from home most of the time, but the pay and benefits are good. You do have to be trained and licensed to drive big rigs, but most trucking companies pay for your training and help you get your CDL license.

Annual salary range: $27,528-$67,393

Contact Joy Shrum at j.shrum@thebaynet..com

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