These days there are so many things you can do with your life that it’s way too hard to keep track of all of them. In fact, some people probably wouldn’t even mind returning to the good old days, where you just followed the footsteps of your parents and learned whatever they were into.
With the internet, you can find job opportunities on the other side of the world doing things you never even knew existed with just a few clicks.
While this has obvious disadvantages, there are many advantages as well. For one, you can expand your horizons quite effortlessly. The one issue is that to do many of those things you often need to have some sort of experience or skill.
Fortunately, the internet comes to the rescue once again. With a quick google search, you can find numerous certifications and degrees that will completely change what you can do with your life. Some of these certifications aren’t even that hard to get!
In fact, many of them are really simple. And today, those will be the ones we will be focusing on. And without further ado, in order to help out your education and career-related decisions, we present ’25 Cool Certifications That Are Usually Pretty Easy To Get’.
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White Water Raft Guide
You can do this in the summer. The pay is good and so are the views.
In some places, like southern California, all you need is a few thousand dollars and a 40-hour course to get the basic certification.
Certified Construction Flagger
Take a 4-hour online course and put in an application with a local construction company or union hall. Pay is pretty good, but of course, it’s not exactly safe to stand out by the road all day.
Knight of Sealand
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In case you don’t know, check out the source link above. Sealand is basically an unrecognized (at least by most nations) sovereign microstate off the coast of the United Kingdom. It is located on an abandoned World War II fortress, and you can apply for citizenship/knighthood/other things.
Of course, being able to ski and living near the mountains is a plus.