You Don’t Need a 4-Year Degree to Land These 10 Remote Jobs

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The world of work has become increasingly remote, with work-from-home jobs available to people of all levels of education. Some companies are now looking at the skills and hands-on experience of a potential employee rather than a traditional degree. It is therefore possible to land a remote job without having four years of study to his credit.

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In a recent article, Indeed identified several high-paying work-from-home positions. These jobs are available in a number of industries and roles, which will help you find a remote job that matches your skills and interests. Here are 10 of the highest paying remote roles available to job seekers without a bachelor’s degree.

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Accounting

Accountants are responsible for an organization’s general ledger by recording transactions, producing financial statements, and verifying the accuracy of financial records. Employers often want bookkeepers to have a post-secondary education, but generally provide on-the-job training.

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Telemarketers

  • Average salary: $41,016

  • Companies currently recruiting for this position: Electronic Merchant Systems, Spartan Ops, Lightspeed Investments

Telemarketers are responsible for scheduling appointments between customers and salespeople. In addition to your base salary, you are also paid on commission based on the number of sales made by the people you call.

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Property claims adjuster

  • Average salary: $55,597

  • Companies currently recruiting for this position: MODE Transportation, Farmers Insurance Group, Claims Management Resources

These adjusters are hired by insurance companies and related organizations to assess insurance claims. On-the-job training is usually required for this role.

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Interpreter

If you speak multiple languages, many companies are looking for people to listen in and translate conversations. Interpreters also translate live events so companies can distribute documents to many people who speak different languages.

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Email Marketing Specialist

In this role, you will help clients reach customers by creating compelling email campaigns. You’ll also measure response to see what’s working and how to create better emails to acquire more customers. If you have experience writing content, you can start applying it to become an email marketer.

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Executive assistant

Executive assistants work in a number of industries. Their duties may include managing executive schedules, arranging travel, managing social media, managing events, and client and customer relations.

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Medical Coding Specialist

  • Average salary: $48,912

  • Companies currently recruiting for this position: Ensemble Health Partners, UW Health, Discovery Behavioral Health DBH

Medical coding specialists interpret patient records after their visits and assign codes to them so that the medical facility can more easily access their records. Once you have obtained your medical coding certificate, you can start applying for jobs in this field.

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Social Media Manager

You’re probably already a lot on social media. Why not get paid for it? As a Social Media Manager, you will be responsible for creating content for a company’s social media accounts to grow their audience. This is a perfect job for someone who likes to keep up with online trends.

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Customer Support Manager

In addition to assisting customers, customer support managers also oversee customer support teams. They will also be responsible for training new employees and maintaining company best practices. If you have previous customer service experience, you can try your hand at a manager position.

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Coach

After the pandemic, virtual personal training has become very popular. If you are passionate about fitness, you can apply and coach others. You might also be responsible for writing fitness articles and blogs for the company.

  • Average salary: $51,964

  • Companies currently recruiting for this position: Crystal Home Health Care, Gundersen Marketing, CT Storm eSports

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