The Highest-Paying Jobs . . . With No Previous Experience Needed
Sometimes people aren't just looking for a new job, they're looking for a new CAREER. And a change like that could require some kind of degree or years of special training, but not always. There's a new report out with a list of jobs that don't require any previous experience, and some of them even pay MORE than the current national median income of $42,000. Here's the list, along with the average salaries: 1. Recreation and fitness studies teachers . . . $66,000 2. Plumbers, pipefitters, and steamfitters . . . $56,000 3. Insurance sales agents . . . $52,000 4. Heating, cooling, and refrigeration mechanics and installers . . . $51,000 5. Highway maintenance workers . . . $42,000 Others that pay just BELOW the national median include: Exercise trainers . . . group fitness instructors . . . team assemblers . . . order clerks . . . packaging and filling machine operators . . . preschool teachers . . . and janitors. (For the full report, hit up TheInterviewGuys.com.)
What's Something That Can Immediately Cut Someone From a Perfect 10 to a Five? Have you ever thought someone was PERFECT . . . then they did something that ruined it? Someone asked people to name things that can immediately drop someone from a "10" way down to a "5." Here are some of the top answers . . . 1. Arrogance. You could be the hottest person in the world and STILL be unattractive if you're arrogant about it. 2. Entitlement. Like saying, "Do you know who you're talking to?" . . . or worse, "Do you know who my FATHER is?" 3. Littering. One woman went on a date, and it was going great . . . until the guy tossed his Taco Bell wrappers out the window of his car. So it didn't work out. 4. Constantly talking over people. It gets annoying real fast. 5. Being rude or too demanding. Especially if you're rude to waiters. 6. Your only hobby is shopping. It just shouldn't be the core of who you are. 7. Shoving politics or religion down people's throats. Especially if they obviously don't want to keep talking about it. 8. No sense of humor. For some people, it doesn't matter how good looking you are. You have to make them laugh too. 9. Poor hygiene. You look good . . . but do you SMELL good
10. Leaving your shopping cart in the middle of the parking lot. Some people are VERY passionate about that one.
William Shatner Is Going into Outer Space Next Month
WILLIAM SHATNER is going to ride JEFF BEZOS' giant penis into orbit next month. And he'll film his flight aboard the Blue Origin rocket for a documentary. At 90 years old, that'll make him the oldest person ever to go to space. The previous record was just set back in July, when 82-year-old WALLY FUNK rode Bezos' giant phallic-shaped ship. Obviously, all your "Star Trek" "where no man has gone before" jokes are valid here. But one website pointed out another interesting angle: Shatner will be the first WWE Hall of Famer in space. And this comes after we've also had a WWE Hall of Famer as our president. We live in interesting times, my friends.
The Top Ten Little Ways We Save Money
Do you have any little tricks for saving money? Someone did a poll and found the average person estimates that their small money-saving hacks save them a total of $578 a year. Here are the ten most common things people said they do . . . 1. Making sure you turn lights off to save on electricity. 2. Putting on a sweater instead of turning up the heat. 3. Using coupons and discount codes. 4. Comparing prices online. 5. Saving on gas by walking or riding a bike. 6. Packing your lunch. 7. Shopping around for utilities, like changing your internet provider to get a deal. 8. Looking for buy-one-get-one deals at the store. 9. Buying things used or refurbished. 10. Skipping a gym membership and working out on your own. A few more that made the list: Buying stuff in bulk, cutting your own hair, and growing your own fruits and vegetables.
A Haunted House Actor Accidentally Stabbed a Child in the Foot
Haunted houses are already opening up for Halloween. But maybe wait until they've worked out all the kinks . . . An 11-year-old kid in Ohio went to a haunted house near Cleveland with his mom last weekend. And one of the actors accidentally STABBED him in the foot. But thankfully, it wasn't serious. The kid and his mom were going through the haunted house when a 22-year-old actor tried to scare them by scraping a real BOWIE KNIFE across the ground. Then he started stabbing the knife into the ground near the kid's feet, and unfortunately got a little too close.
He ended up stabbing the knife through the kid's Croc and cut his toe. But it only nicked him. They bandaged him up. And here's how much this kid loves Halloween: He insisted on FINISHING the haunted house. The actor admitted using a real knife was a bad idea. But police determined it was an accident, and the kid's mom did not want to press charges.
Someone Paid $2,700 for Michael Jordan's Worn Underwear
A pair of MICHAEL JORDAN's stanky USED boxers were on the auction block over the weekend . . . and someone snapped them up for $2,784. Okay, they probably weren't STANKY . . . because they came with a dry-cleaning tag. But according to the listing, they showed evidence of "definite use."
The drawers were provided by Jordan's friend and bodyguard John Michael Wozniak, who appeared in that "Last Dance" documentary. He also provided some suits, coats, dress shirts, and ties for the auction.
Today's Showbiz Highlights
1. A new documentary on BRITNEY SPEARS says that her dad JAMIE had her mobile devices encrypted so he saw all her ingoing and outgoing texts and emails. And he also bugged her bedroom so he could hear what went on in there. 2. DOG THE BOUNTY HUNTER has interjected himself into the GABBY PETITO / BRIAN LAUNDRIE situation. He showed up at the Florida home of Brian's parents this weekend. He knocked, but no one answered, so he left. 3. DAVE BAUTISTA adopted a rescued pit bull puppy from a Tampa Bay humane society. The puppy was found with a metal chain embedded in her neck, so Dave is offering a reward for anyone with information regarding the abusive former owners. 4. WILLIAM SHATNER is going into orbit next month on JEFF BEZOS' next space flight. At 90 years of age, he'll be the oldest person to ever go to space. 5 Someone paid more than $2,700 for a pair of MICHAEL JORDAN's used underwear. They weren't dirty, though . . . they came with a dry-cleaning tag. 6. "Wedding Crashers 2" should be renamed "The Movie That Almost Was". Plans for the sequel have been halted because of OWEN WILSON's commitment to Disney's new "Haunted Mansion" movie. 7 The WWE and MGM are teaming up to reboot "American Gladiators" . . . only this time, the Gladiators will be WWE superstars. The original show ran from 1989 to 1996, and was brought back briefly in 2008. 8. ANA NAVARRO and SUNNY HOSTIN were pulled off the set of "The View" mid-show after they supposedly tested positive for COVID. It was right before Vice President KAMALA HARRIS was supposed to come on. But later tests came back negative. 9. An EP from GUNS N' ROSES is coming out February 25th called "Hard Skool". It's exclusive to their online merchandise store and will include four songs: "Hard Skool", "Absurd", and live versions of "Don't Cry" and "You're Crazy". 10. A list of country's unforgettable one-hit wonders includes: "I Loved Her First" by Heartland . . . "Daddy's Money" by Ricochet . . . and "I Don't Have to Be Me ('Til Monday)" by Steve Azar.