Time to vary jobs? Let your self be impressed by our high profession stories from 2019

It is never the right time to start your dream career.

Or is it always the right time?

When we look back at the different careers we went through in 2019, we are reminded that the world is full of opportunities. However, getting started can be the most difficult step. Don't be derailed on your way to 2020, which is full of dreams, plans and goals, until the third week of January.

A new career could be within reach.

5 top career stories of 2019

1. 10 great careers – no bachelor's degree required

If you don't have a bachelor's degree – and aren't really aiming to complete the four years in college – you've probably wondered what your career prospects look like. Well, we've put together some federal data and made this list The 10 best jobs of 2019 that don't require a bachelor's degree, Read on – and then get one.

2. Programmers, programmers (and how much they earn)

Have you ever wondered what exactly encoders do? Or are they programmers? (Or are they the same?) We have answered these questions and the following important question: What are the job prospects in this hot area?

3. Community Colleges: An overlooked resource

When taking the first steps in your career or considering a new one, you need to do the following: Your local community college, You can collect valuable certificates, take part in a training program or try out an idea in a makerspace. And those well-paid non-bachelor jobs we mentioned – community colleges are your entry point.

4. The future is video games

It's a little cute to use the term "gaming" to describe a $ 43 billion industry. But with such numbers, you can believe that there are good jobs to be had. And you don't actually have to, you know, be a player to Come into this professional field,

5. Go to the office? No thanks.

We recently read that 5% of Americans are currently working from home. Would you like to join their ranks and secure a pajama job? These 29 companies regularly employ people who work from home, (And don't worry, we checked them out. They're real.)

Molly Moorhead is the editor-in-chief of The Penny Hoarder.

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