Play to Work
The U.S. economy added 145,000 jobs in the final month of 2019, keeping the official unemployment rate at 3.5%, the lowest in decades. That said, it doesn't necessarily mean everyone is excited about their job or what they're earning. If your pay is stagnating and you're foundering in a job you need instead of excelling at a job you love, one of your beloved leisure activities could turn into the career of your dreams. The following are examples of hobbies that could become careers with just some time, education, and dedication. Wages and some other information are provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics — and it's worth noting that some of these jobs actually slipped backward in average pay over the past year.