Little-known job where you can earn £77k and you WON’T need a degree – but there’s a catch

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THIS little-known job could earn Brits without a degree up to £77,000 a year – but there’s a catch.

Elevator and Escalator Installers and Repairers can rake in big money, and all they need is a high school diploma.

This job can earn people without a degree big money

The job entails assembling, installing, maintaining, and replacing elevators, escalators and chairlifts.

Anyone hoping to take on the role can learn how to do the work through an apprenticeship, without ever having earned a qualification.

However, there is one major downside to the job.

One listing reads: “Most elevator and escalator installers and repairers work full time. 

“They may work overtime to make emergency repairs or to meet construction deadlines. 

“Workers may be on call 24 hours a day.”

If being on call isn’t your cup of tea, you could earn up to £90,000 without a degree with this job – but there’s a major catch.

Equity Traders are raking in huge amounts of cash despite never going to university.

The role involves the buying and selling of company shares on the equity market.

They are usually doing this with their clients’ money to help them reach their financial goals.

The national average salary for a Equity Trader is £94,536.

However, you do need to get approval from the Financial Conduct Authority and Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment in order to start work. 

Another little-known role lets you put your social media addiction to good use for nearly triple the UK average wage.

A chief listening officer monitors what people are saying about your company on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok and Pinterest.

The officer has to keep an eye out for any complaints customers make about their experience with the company – so the problem can be resolved before word spreads.

They also have to observe the reaction to new ad campaigns on social media, so they can provide feedback to the company marketing department.

Insurance firm Unum says that chief listening officers can earn as much as £61,000 per year.

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