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50 Highest Paying Jobs in New York You Can Get Without Experience

'28.05.2024'

ForumDaily New York

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Residents of the Big Apple have the opportunity to get a high-paying job without experience or qualifications. Silive gives a list of 50 jobs that make more than $70 a year. You can get a job without any work experience and acquire the necessary skills on the spot.

 

Here is the list professions, on which, according to a study of the data site Stacker, high school graduates pay most.

Top 15 rating

15. Oil pumping system operators, refinery operators and surveyors

  • Average annual salary: $ 100.
  • Average hourly pay: $48,51.
  • New York labor market share: 280 people (0,03 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: medium-term on-the-job training.

14. Metallurgical workers

  • Average annual salary: $ 101.
  • Average hourly pay: $49,00.
  • New York labor market share: 3300 people (0,36 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competency: internship.

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13. Choreographers

  • Average annual salary: $ 102.
  • Average hourly pay: $49,29.
  • New York labor market share: 280 people (0,03 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: Long-term on-the-job training.

12. Distributors and dispatchers of electricity

  • Average annual salary: $ 107.
  • Average hourly pay: $51,64.
  • New York labor market share: 400 people (0,04 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: Long-term on-the-job training.

11. First line managers of non-retail trade workers

  • Average annual salary: $ 107.
  • Average hourly pay: $51,80.
  • New York City labor market share: 22 (570 for every 2,46 regional jobs).
  • Required On-the-Job Training to Achieve Competency: None.


10. Installers and repairers of elevators and escalators

  • Average annual salary: $108470.
  • Average hourly pay: $52,15.
  • New York labor market share: 4160 people (0,45 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competency: internship

9. Installers and repairmen of power lines

  • Average annual salary: $ 112.
  • Average hourly pay: $54,20.
  • New York labor market share: 2850 people (0,31 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: Long-term on-the-job training.

8. Operators of railway brakes, signals, as well as switches and fire locomotives

  • Average annual salary: $ 112.
  • Average hourly pay: $54,31.
  • New York labor market share: 90 people (0,01 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: medium-term on-the-job training.

7. Detectives and criminal investigators

  • Average annual salary: $ 113.
  • Average hourly pay: $54,56.
  • New York labor market share: 9310 people (1,01 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: medium-term on-the-job training.


6. Terrazzo workers and finishers

  • Average annual salary: $ 120.
  • Average hourly pay: $57,69.
  • New York labor market share: 150 people (0,02 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competency: internship

5. Power plant operators

  • Average annual salary: $ 120.
  • Average hourly pay: $58,00.
  • New York labor market share: 1150 people (0,12 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: Long-term on-the-job training.

4. First line supervisors of correctional officers

  • Average annual salary: $ 121.
  • Average hourly pay: $58,33.
  • New York labor market share: 2440 people (0,27 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required On-the-Job Training to Achieve Competency: None.

3. Crane and tower operators

  • Average annual salary: $ 128.
  • Average hourly pay: $62,01.
  • New York labor market share: 1160 people (0,13 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: medium-term on-the-job training.

2. Transportation, storage and distribution managers

  • Average annual salary: $ 129.
  • Average hourly pay: $62,12.
  • New York labor market share: 7100 people (0,77 for every 1000 jobs in the region).
  • Required On-the-Job Training to Achieve Competency: None.

1. Leaders of the first line of police and detectives

  • Average annual salary: $ 133.
  • Average hourly pay: $64,10.
  • New York City labor market share: 10 (980 for every 1,2 regional jobs).
  • Required on-the-job training to achieve competence: medium-term on-the-job training.

The remaining 35 professions

50. Plumbers, pipe fitters and steam fitters

  • Average annual salary: $ 77.

49. Catering managers

  • Average annual salary: $ 77.

48. Real Estate Brokers

  • Average annual salary: $ 78.

47. Boilermakers

  • Average annual salary: $ 78.

46. ​​Construction inspectors

  • Average annual salary: $ 79.

45. Farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers

  • Average annual salary: $ 79.

44. Operating engineers and operators of other construction equipment

  • Average annual salary: $ 80.

43. Insurance Sales Agents

  • Average annual salary: $ 80.

42. Sales representatives, excluding advertising, insurance, financial services and travel

  • Average annual salary: $ 80.

41. Secretaries and executive administrative assistants

  • Average annual salary: $ 80.

40. Police officers and sheriff's patrol officers

  • Average annual salary: $ 81.

39. Riggers

  • Average annual salary: $ 83.

38. Car repairmen

  • Average annual salary: $ 83.

37. Real estate agents

  • Average annual salary: $ 83.

36. First line managers of mechanics, installers and repairmen

  • Average annual salary: $ 83.

35. Equipment operators for laying and repairing rail tracks

  • Average annual salary: $ 84.

34. Claims adjusters, experts and investigators

  • Average annual salary: $ 84.

33. Train station drivers

  • Average annual salary: $ 85.

32. Repairers of signals and turnouts

  • Average annual salary: $ 86.

31. Transport inspectors

  • Average annual salary: $ 87.

30. Postmen and postmasters

  • Average annual salary: $ 87.

29. Metro and tram operators

  • Average annual salary: $ 89.

28. Engineers and boiler room operators

  • Average annual salary: $ 90.

27. Managers of real estate and public associations

  • Average annual salary: $ 92.

26. Fashion designers

  • Average annual salary: $ 93.

25. Insulation workers, mechanics

  • Average annual salary: $ 93.

24. Operators of backhoe loaders and draglines, open pit mining

  • Average annual salary: $ 94.

23. First line managers of construction trades and mining workers

  • Average annual salary: $ 95.

22. Pile driver operators

  • Average annual salary: $ 95.

21. Accommodation managers

  • Average annual salary: $ 95.

20. Gas plant operators

  • Average annual salary: $ 98.

19. Advertising agents

  • Average annual salary: $ 98.

18. Installers and repairers of communication lines

  • Average annual salary: $ 98.

17. Installers and repairers of control systems

  • Average annual salary: $ 99.

16. Operators of chemical plants and systems

  • Average annual salary: $ 100.
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