1. Occupational Therapist
This job title says it all. It involves almost everything but sitting in front of a desk for long periods of time. Occupational therapists focus on building and improving essential life-skills for people with developmental issues or disabilities. Basically, it’s about helping others to regain independence and participation in society trough everyday activities they actually enjoy. Think helping disabled children gain social skills, or facilitating grown-ups cope with life-altering injuries. If you like interacting with people of all ages and have a knack for helping others, this is a great job to consider; plus, the average hourly pay is about $37.00.