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What jobs that doesn't need a bachelor?

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Greetings everyone. I am looking for a full time job (to help pay for college mostly and other expenses). I would like any suggestions that you have. I live in Brooklyn N.Y and am willing to do just about anything including cleaning subway stations and trash collecting. The only downside is, I don't have my bachelors yet or should I say that what I'm studying doesn't apply to the MTA at all (I'm studying childhood edu). I am open to any suggestions involving the MTA employment.

 

I would also add I do have an associates degree in liberal arts.

 

Thanks!!

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MTA's BTO division was hiring for Toll Collection Agent for Verrazano Bridge, Marine Parkway Bridge and Cross Bay Bridge; all that which only requires a high school diploma or GED.

 

Other than that, I believe conductor as well only requires a high school diploma and GED, but if you did get these jobs, I can't say you can maintain a college schedule as well.

 

I'd say you're better off finding any job that can adapt with your college schedule as well.

 

A liberal arts associates degree is practically nothing in any job field sorry to say as well.

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MTA's BTO division was hiring for Toll Collection Agent for Verrazano Bridge, Marine Parkway Bridge and Cross Bay Bridge; all that which only requires a high school diploma or GED.

 

Other than that, I believe conductor as well only requires a high school diploma and GED, but if you did get these jobs, I can't say you can maintain a college schedule as well.

 

I'd say you're better off finding any job that can adapt with your college schedule as well.

 

A liberal arts associates degree is practically nothing in any job field sorry to say as well.

 

 

true but I don't mind taking some time off of college. I don't even mind taking online classes. The only thing I lack right now are funds :(

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education degree graduates arent doing too well either I know someone who graduated in 2009 with an education degree and he still hasnt found a teaching job yet. Try for something in the science and technology fields where theres more jobs.

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MTA's BTO division was hiring for Toll Collection Agent for Verrazano Bridge, Marine Parkway Bridge and Cross Bay Bridge; all that which only requires a high school diploma or GED.

 

Other than that, I believe conductor as well only requires a high school diploma and GED, but if you did get these jobs, I can't say you can maintain a college schedule as well.

 

I'd say you're better off finding any job that can adapt with your college schedule as well.

 

A liberal arts associates degree is practically nothing in any job field sorry to say as well.

 

 

Yes I know liberal arts is nothing, but I am hoping i could work full time. I don't mind taking off form school for a few years. Like lilbluefoxe said, schools are not doing all that well (especially childhood edu). But thanks for some suggestions. Hopefully I can get something full time when sometime opens up.

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