Whether you worked in a stressful job in the past, are currently there right now or are looking for a new one, you might find yourself wanting to just push that easy button! Life is too short to be unhappy and remember that your job doesn't need to be difficult if it's the right job for you.
Let's checkout some EASY job options that you may have never considered before!
If you are a major dog/exercise lover and aren’t afraid of having a job where cleaning up after the pups is a regular occurrence then being a dog walker might be an easy job for you! This role will be perfect for you as long as you are walking the dogs for an appropriate length of time, making sure that you clean up after them and stick to the owner's schedule.
Often, this is a part-time position with the potential to have a lot of control over your earnings. Most owners don’t mind if you walk their dog with others, so you could stack your gigs to make the most during an hour. Note that many owners may ask for their beloved pups to be walked in the morning so this could mean earlier hours.
Animal care workers typically earn $12.02 per hour. However, some earn $18.57+, which is pretty good considering no specific education or training is usually required.
If you have a passion for personal fitness and health, then a career as a personal trainer could be the option for you. In this role you will assist others to boost their fitness and strength levels, often working alongside them to ensure they use the proper form as they exercise and stay safe.
While you don’t technically have to have any formal training or licensing, getting a few certifications may boost your earnings potential. Making an annual salary of $40,390 is the norm, but those at the top of the field make in excess of $75,400, so bolstering your credentials could be worth the investment.
Love to travel and want to see more of the world? Then being a flight attendant might be the job you're looking for less stress. Flight attendants make sure airline passengers are taken care of and that any issues that arise are resolved. Now, this role isn’t automatically stress-free, as with any customer service type of role it has its set of challenges, but for the part, the majority of passengers are pretty mellow. Plus, you get to travel free of charge, which can be enjoyable. Note that these jobs can be difficult to land and hard to come by so expect to have some competition.
Usually, flight attendants earn $56,640 annually. However, you could make more than $80,940 over the course of your career.
If you excel in a particular subject and perhaps have some teaching skills, you can earn quite a bit as a private tutor. The work can feel like one of the easiest jobs around if enjoy assisting others and the topic you’re teaching. Note that many of your potential customers may request references and a teaching background or experience.
Plus, it’s one of the most flexible options around. You can choose how many clients to take on and may be able to set your own schedule. Along the way, earning about $39,350 a year is the norm. However, some of the best can make $87,290 or more. You can become your own private tutor or work as one for a larger company, the choice is yours.
Becoming a massage therapist does mean getting some formal training and a license. However, if you enjoy helping people relax or those with certain physical conditions, it can be a great option.
Often times massage therapists get to control their own schedule, though there are options for working full-time with clinics or retail spas. When it comes to pay, an annual salary near $42,820 is relatively common, though the top 10 percent draw in over $80.630.
If you have a great love of your city or a specific educational destination (such as a museum) and you have the wisdom to impart to visitors, working as a tour guide is a solid choice. This job can be just plain fun for the person who loves to engage with others and is outspoken. You’ll spend your day having conversations with visitors, showing them amazing sites and sharing your knowledge!
Generally, tour guides earn $27,600 a year. But the top 10 percent earn upwards of $45,850.
If you prefer an active job that doesn't require much experience, working as a house painter could be right for you. You’ll spend most of your day applying various coatings, like primer, paint, or sealant.
Most painters learn the trade on the job, so, when it comes to easy jobs to get, if you have the right attitude, this could be the one. Along the way, making $40,280 a year is typical. However, the top 10 percent earn more than $67,560, which shows just how far this role can take you.
If you have a pleasant or distinctive voice, or have the ability to adjust how you sound to fit a situation, you may do well as a voice actor. These professionals spend their days reading scripts, which may be for commercials, video games, or voice-overs in television or film.
While it requires a certain amount of talent or skill, you may not need too much formal training. Your earning potential can vary, though making about $20.43 per hour isn’t unusual, and you may be able to work your way up to $60.41+ as you gain experience.
While the job title is a bit intimidating, nuclear power reactor operator is actually one of the easier high-paying jobs around. After you complete your training and get any licenses required, your day often involves following various routines. It’s a role that makes getting into a rhythm possible, which makes it relatively low-stress on most days.
Plus, it’s incredibly lucrative. Making $100,530 a year is pretty common, and the top 10 percent can earn $128,810 or more.
For anyone who hears the call of the open road ad being alone for long stretches of time, being a truck driver might be the job for you. Most of your time is spent, well, driving, though you most likely will have some loading and unloading responsibilities, as well as record keeping duties, to handle, too.
How much you can earn may vary depending on your license level and whether you’re long haul. However, for tractor-trailer drivers, earning around $45,260 annually is normal, with some crossing over $66,840. If you focus more on local delivery driving, $32,020 is typical, with pay upwards of $65,400 being possible. Of note, the United States is currently in serious need for CDL truckers and it should be a growing job sector for many years to come.
What's an easy job that YOU would consider doing?