Strategies

Six-Figure Jobs You Can Land with a Community College Degree

Updated
|
Six-Figure Jobs You Can Land with a Community College Degree
Looking for a six figure job? You've come to the right place! We list some of the highest paying jobs currently available with a community college degree.
When most people dream of a high-paying profession, the thought of years of schooling also comes to mind. The perception is that in order to earn more, you must study more to prepare for your career. However, there are plenty of six-figure jobs available to those with a community college degree as well. While not all of these positions earn the high salary as a starting point, many working in the profession can work their way up to six figures through dedication and hard work. Check out these six-figure jobs you can land with a community college degree.
 

Air Traffic Controller

While many air traffic controllers launch their careers with a four-year degree, community college options are appearing for this position as well. Community College of Beaver County offers a two-year program in air traffic control that prepares students for the job of control tower operator. The school actually boasts a student-staffed control tower to give students on-the-job training while they are earning their degree. According to CB Salary, the average annual salary for an air traffic controller is $109,850.

Personal Trainer
Those with a passion for fitness and health may find their calling as a personal trainer. According to KDVR, personal trainers that are willing to work hard and provide flexibility in scheduling to their clients can easily make a six-figure income. The highest earners typically work with corporate clients or in a premiere facility. While there are many paths to personal trainer certification, one of the most
. . .read more

Recent Articles

An In-Depth Guide to Financing Options for Community College
An In-Depth Guide to Financing Options for Community College
Attending college is expensive but there are options for financing beyond just student loans. Keep reading to learn more.
Do You Need to Take the GRE for Community College Applications?
Do You Need to Take the GRE for Community College Applications?
No matter where you choose to go to college you'll have to take some kind of standardized test. The GRE is often required for graduate programs, but it may also benefit your community college application.
Tips for Minimizing Educational Debt While in School
Tips for Minimizing Educational Debt While in School
Education becomes more expensive with each passing year so it is important to make smart use of your student loans and to minimize your debt while you are in school whenever possible.

Job Searching