Top 6 Jobs In Canada That Do Not Require A College Degree

There are also plenty of jobs in Canada that don’t require you to have a degree. Not everyone can manage to earn a college degree. But that does not mean that you cannot be successful and earn well. Looking around you will find so many people who managed to reach the pinnacles of success without enrolling for a university degree. 

Let’s know more about some of the well-paid jobs in Canada that can commit a good career.

Firefighter –

In order to become a firefighter or to be considered as a firefighter in Canada, candidates need to have completed high school, be allowed to work in the country legally, a first aid and CPR certificate, pass a fitness assessment, pass a vision test and have a valid driver’s license. You can earn $70-100 000 per year

Real Estate Agents –

In order to become a recognized real estate agent in Canada, you’ll need a valid certification and need to pass a Real Estate College Admissions test, depending on the province you want to reside in. You can earn $144, 000 per year.


It required only high school diploma, along with a 4-5 year apprenticeship program. You may also get by with a combination of over five years of work experience combined with some high school and college or industry courses. You can earn $33,475 – $84,757

Commercial Pilot –

In order to practice as a pilot in Canada, candidates need to complete their training through the appropriate facility and provide evidence of their license as a commercial/private pilot. You will also need to have the necessary hours of flight experience relevant to your field. You can earn $120, 000 per year.

Transit driver

Requirements for transit driver jobs vary. Toronto’s TTC, which pays $31.40/hr after 24 months, requires a high school diploma, a non-probationary Ontario driver’s licence Class “G” in good standing showing no suspensions. It must meet all legislated standards governing the issuance of a Class “C” Licence. You can earn $31,740 – $71,582