WORK-LIFE BALANCE / SEP. 01, 2014
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5 Best Work-Life Balance Jobs for High School Graduates

Walking the tight rope of being a hard working employee and a loving member of your family is very tough. With the tremendous increase in living costs and limited job market, you should focus on self-grooming. There are tons of jobs available for high school graduates, but most of them demand you to have experience and capacity to work under pressure. Why not choose a career that offers flexibility and decent pay together?

Today, we will take a look at the best work-life balance jobs for high school graduates:

1. Social Media Managers

Social media managers are tasked on the basis of their working capacities. You can easily find a suitable position in the best company on the basis of your educational background and capacity to work. Previously, such jobs weren’t available, but with the advent of internet and dominance of social media websites in our lives, social media management has become a full-fledged career option. Only the students with sufficient marketing knowledge and awareness with multiple brands should apply for this job. The digital-focused aspect of the job lets you enjoy multiple telecommuting opportunities and a great work-life balance.

Median Salary: $55,000

 

2. Investment Advisors

As an investment advisor, you’ll have to ensure that the investment portfolio of customers is under tip top shape. To make it happen, you’ll have to work hard. Both the experienced and inexperienced graduates can apply for such positions at multiple banks and financial institutions, but you have to gain knowledge about how to work as an investment advisor and what are your duties to meet the job requirements. Investment advisors, due to the different caliber of their degrees, usually require attending workshops and meetings; in addition to a Bachelor’s in Finance. Meeting the tight deadlines will be challenging for fresh graduates, but as you move on and gain some experience of a few months, things get better.

Median Salary: $65,000 + Bonuses

 

3. Data Scientists

Data Science is the art to experiment with complicated analytics and information. As a “Data Scientist” you’ll work with all individuals of the company, from CEO to security guard to create individual performance models. The outcomes of data science research and their job allow brands to become more productive and financially powerful. You’ll also create data of products to be introduced by your company. Data Scientists consistently rank high in work-life balance.

Median Salary: $90,000

 

4. Game Designers

The masterminds behind the creation of high-tech video and iPhone games also enjoy the best work-life balance totals. The job should not be mixed with what game developers do; instead it requires you to become a design expert and create animations for different games. As a part of the professional community of game designers, you’ll sketch and implement user experience and game interface. Use of creative skills is a key to success in this job. Companies love to hire the individuals who strive for excellence and contribute to their success.

Median Salary: $50,000

 

5. LiveOps 

LiveOps hires independent call center agents for a variety of jobs including outbound sales, bilingual customer service, and financial services. A candidate with a background as a licensed insurance agent can apply at the company website.

Salary: $10 - $50 per successful sale

 

Thinking of making a career change? Let us know if the above jobs could be helpful in bringing a positive change in your life or not. Share your comments!

Picture Credit, Social Media Managers, Investment Advisors, Data Scientists, Game Designers, LiveOps 

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