6: Tile Setter – An ideal combination with “Painter” above, because the same skills make you good at both.
His boss was billing him out at per hour, and the boss’s time itself comes at .
In fact, why bother with a job that requires a degree at all, if it doesn’t pay accordingly?
In my current position of Man Who No Longer Needs a Job, I have the rare privilege of circulating around the country and meeting many people, then hearing about what they do for a living. While our parents always told us that you need a degree to get anywhere in the job market, the reality has been flipped on its head in the last two decades.
Bid out both tiling and painting, and watch the customers line up.
7: Landscape Company Owner – a little trickier because it requires knowledge of plants and design principles as well as heat tolerance, but in general a lucrative field if you work in a high-income area. 8: Excavator – An oddball choice, but it can work if you like ultra-powerful machines and do the math right.