Hoping to find a lucrative profession that also offers a flexible schedule? Some of these career paths may be the right fit for you.
Realtors sell or lease property that ranges from residential to corporate buildings. Although real estate agents typically set their own schedules, they often need to be available to work extra hours on nights and weekends.
Special certifications and/or licenses are required for this profession, but a college degree is not necessary.
Appraisers offer their professional opinions on the estimated value of high-end property. These include jewelry, antiques, or estates. Like realtors, appraiser positions do not always require a degree but most require certifications.
Work hours are split between time spent in the office and field. Although most appraisers work independently, their schedules are often at the mercy of their clients.
3. Financial Advisor
Financial advisors counsel clients on their finances. In other words, they help plan secure futures for clients. Areas of specialties include but are not limited to: helping people save money for their children’s education, creating budgets, and assisting preparation for retirement.
This occupation is expected to be in high demand over the next decade. Financial planners generally have a strong accounting or math background (college level) and require a detail-oriented work ethic.
Source: The Ladders