There is not much that is non-competitive that you can do for a decent salary these days. Either it is making the grades in school, presenting your resume (or CV) in such a way that they choose you to interview, and finally, being chosen from several interviewees. So...look in the areas of your interests and talents--what comes easiest to you workwise and choose an occupation from that. If you are thorough, you can try to visit people who are in the field to hear what they have to say.
Telephone systems are very complex. Telecommunications requires high level math and knowledge of physics. Bachelor degrees are the lowest form of education for a decent telecommunications career.
Because you make decent money and it's a short Career.
Housefull, The Living Room are good options!
There is a decent portion of college basketball athletes that have a career-ending injury. It is estimated that at least 10 percent end their career this way.
dreamweaver is one of the best options. Although its kind of pricey, it is easy to use.
I just want to be financially successful and want to make a decent living for me and my family
No, but if the weather (wind/rain) is calm they may get a decent frost.
There are many short term career aspirations that one could have. One might aim to earn a decent amount of money for the company in one week for example.
As long as you hit a decent amount of notes and are good at the game you shouldn't lose.
Yes, dentistry can be a rewarding career. As a dentist, one can expect to make decent money. Furthermore, dentists get to work with people of all ages and help them maintain healthy teeth.
An Apple Mac. They never crash. Or for decently priced, go with an HP by microsoft. Both are WONDERFUL options!!
Cosmetology can be a farily lucrative career choice if you get into the right shop, and if you are really good at what you do, you can make a decent living.