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11 hot Georgia jobs that pay more than $50K, don't require a bachelor's degree

Job hunting? You may want to consider these careers with fast job growth, above-average wages and at least 100 annual job openings.

No bachelor’s degree? No problem. These positions do not require one.

Healthcare dominates, with registered nurses having the highest salary and annual openings.

Here are the fastest growing, most in-demand jobs in Georgia that do not require a bachelor’s degree:

• Dental hygienist

Education required: associate degree

2013 annual wage: $67,600

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 370

• Paralegal / legal assistant

Education required: associate degree

2013 annual wage: $51,200

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 380

• Radiologic technologist

Education required: associate degree

2013 annual wage: $50, 400

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 200

• Registered nurse

Education required: associate degree

2013 annual wage: $61,600

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 2,300

• Web developer

Education required: associate degree

2013 annual wage: $73,000

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 140

• Telecommunications equipment installer, repairers

Education required: Some college, no degree

2013 annual wage: $52,500

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 330

• Supervisor of construction trades, extraction worker

Education required: Some college, no degree

2013 annual wage: $57,300

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 490

• Supervisor of office, administrative support worker

Education required: Some college, no degree

2013 annual wage: $52,300

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 1,780

• Property, real estate, community association manager

Education required: Some college, no degree

2013 annual wage: $69,000

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 350

• Real estate sales agents

Education required: Some college, no degree

2013 annual wage: $52,900

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 460

• Sales representative, wholesale and manufacturing tech

Education required: Some college, no degree

2013 annual wage: $61,300

2012 – 2022 annual openings: 2,200

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