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Men might want to think about a career in nursing. It’s a high-paying, constantly changing job that’s in demand across the country. Women are finding careers in construction, welding or engine repair. They’re fast-paced and diverse jobs that let you tackle a variety of tasks.
If you’re someone who is interested in trying new things and willing to separate yourself from the herd, then a non-traditional job may be just what you’re after. A non-traditional career is one in which 25 percent or less of women – or men – are employed in that field. For example, only 14 percent of all working women are employed in non-traditional fields, the majority of which are blue collar or technical fields that do not require a four-year college degree.
There are many reasons to consider a non-traditional career. Non-traditional fields can provide excellent salaries and benefits compared to fields that are more traditionally dominated by men or women. Base your career decisions on your own interests and skills, and then get ready to turn your passion into a new career.