Earn $70k a Year While Still In School As a Salesforce Professional | Ep 017

Think back to the last part-time job you had when you were in college. Chances are, you probably were not earning much at the time.

But what if you could be making at least $35 an hour as a Salesforce administrator, while going to college? Or even more amazing, working as a Salesforce professional without a 4-year college degree?

Our guests today are Tucker Gartner, Eric Kogan, and Patrick Amis, who got certified as Salesforce administrators and launched their careers before getting their 4-year degrees. One of them even got started back in high school!

If you know someone who might want to explore an alternative to the 4-year-college path that would still land them a high-paying job, this episode is one they need to tune into!

Handy Timestamps:

5:13: How Nathan, Eric, and Patrick made the decision between a Salesforce career and college.

8:20: Knowing what they know now, what might they tell their younger selves about going to college?

12:40: How they dealt with ageism for being so young in the corporate world.

17:05: How long it took them to earn a 6-figure salary.

21:40: How their parents reacted when they guys revealed that they were going to take a path less traveled and pursue a Salesforce career?

27:30: What advice they may have for others who aspire to start Salesforce at an early age, but who are afraid of going against societal norms.

Want to fast track your own path to a high-paying career?

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