Dec 03, 2016 04:35 AM EST

The Top 3 US High Paying Jobs That Don’t Require A Degree No One Talks About

By Din Rose

According to the latest news, even associate degree or high school diploma can now lead to America's most high-paying jobs just that most people don't talk about them. Simply, a person needs to learn a specific ability or gain personalized knowledge to be in one of "The Top 3 High Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Degree".

According to CNBC, the first of "The Top 3 US High Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Degree No One Talks About" is Air traffic controller work. Annually, the job offers $90,000 to $122,950.

Notably, this is the highest-paying of the three! Only it's not common knowledge for many. To have the job, an associate's degree and on-the-job training are required to prove applicant's expertise to monitor and coordinate the movement of flying machines.

While, Business Insider also shares Transportation, storage, and distribution managers job as the second of "The Top 3 US High Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Degree No One Talks About." In here, the annual compensation is $60,000 to $80,000.

Actually, the 2016's second highest-paid career just needs a high school diploma and experience to get it, it works as complying with government transportation and storage regulations. As well as directing negotiations for optimal distribution consumer's cost.

The third of "The Top 3 US High Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Degree No One Talks About" is Web Developer job. In a report by US News, it depicts a $50,000 to $63,490 annual income for it.

In the current time, the huge demand for websites enables skilled people to get the US' third most high-income-based job. A lot of people now opts to learn the knowledge of software and codes in order to construct and maintain company websites. 

To sum up, "The Top 3 US High Paying Jobs That Don't Require A Degree No One Talks About" can be anyone's next career. Learning a thing or two won't hurt if it's for the better.

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