8 Best Paying Jobs in Kenya without a Degree

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This list does not require you to have a godfather to succeed in the mentioned fields. All what is need for you to get the right job and earn decent income is your commitment and dedication.

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This is a List of ten Best Paying Jobs in Kenya without a College Degree.

While in school, most of us aspired to get a degree and a well paying job that would sustain them and their families.

This list does not require you to have a godfather to succeed in the mentioned fields. All what is need for you to get the right job and earn decent income is your commitment and dedication.

1. Real Estate Broker

Real estate in Kenya is in demand in Kenya and acting as a broker can earn you a lot of money in one month. You can decide to search for underutilized lands and find developers who can develop that area after you agree on your commission for finding land for them.

You can also help tenants locate a vacant house that suits their budgets and an affordable rate – and this works. So, instead of staying at home simply because you do not have a college degree, wake up from slumber-land and find something useful to do and earn money.

2. Small Business Owner

Starting a small business is always a good idea if you do not have high education qualifications to compete in the corporate world.

3. Plumber

You can earn a lot of money working as a plumber. There is high demand for plumbers because they many people are using products that require their input

4. Acting as a Manager in the Road Transport Industry

This includes the public service vehicles and the trucks used for transporting goods for long distances. You can act as a manager in this industry without a college degree and earn good salary at the end of the month – its all about trying

5. Internet Marketing Manager

To be a good Internet marketer in Kenya, you do not need any degree or certificate to perfect your skills. The Internet world in Africa is evolving at a fast rate and it is the high time we take this opportunity and utilize it to our best.

For instance, you can create Facebook groups, LinkedIn groups and join others and become an active member of the groups. Once you are active on these groups, now you can ask people to hire you to promote their products and services because you have established an authority in the industry.

And to be honest, this this is the big thing in Kenya because many companies are acknowledging the power of social media.

6. Search Engine Optimization Expert

Becoming a SEO expert does not need someone to have a college degree. SEO is another lucrative industry that has a lot of money if someone uses the right tools to explore the world of search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Bing.

I have covered exclusively SEO services and jobs you can offer in Kenya and make wealth from the internet. That is a must read article for any one who wants to become a SEO expert and make good money without a college degree.

7. Wedding Planner and Events manager

Wedding planing is now a lucrative business in the country and people are making a kill from the venture. See this post on best wedding planning practices, and learn how you can explore this world of event planning. Most wedding planners are making between 20,000 and 100,000/= per every event.

Now, if you manage to get 4 events per month and the minimum you are getting from the event is 50,000/=, and remember you don’t need any certificate to achieve this, are you not making good money?

8. Starting a House-help Agency

You can employ yourself by creating a house help agency where people will be outsourcing their house helps commonly referred to as maids.

With increased women empowerment, most women/wives are getting attached to their careers and neglecting their households duties and this is the reason that makes this business a profitable one

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