Careers in real estate include residential and commercial agents, brokers, mortgage brokers, property managers and independent investors. Many of these careers are held by independent people who have a strong entrepreneurial spirit—and a degree.
A real estate license provides a level of preparedness, but increasingly the professionals who succeed have full academic degrees. Degrees are available at the associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s levels that focus specifically on real estate but can be obtained with only a high school diploma.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, real estate brokers in Georgia earned a median annual wage of $45,620 and a national median average of $58,410. With continued education combined with motivation, the sky is the limit in real estate.
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