By Abigail Hess
Americans are better educated than ever before. The most recent census found that 33.4 percent of adults over the age of 24 have earned a bachelor’s degree or more. While this is significantly higher than previous generations, it still leaves nearly 70 percent of the workforce without a college degree.
Going to college has been linked to greater wealth, improved health and even lower rates of divorce, but for the millions of Americans without an expensive four-year degree it is possible to find a rewarding and high-paying job — especially in healthcare.
Job site CareerCast analyzed data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to determine the 10 best jobs for people who do not have a college degree. After considering variables such as annual median salary and hiring outlook, they found that the health-care industry is offering millions of high-paying and high-quality jobs.
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