Earning money is a key part of the Sims 4 experience. These career paths, including Astronaut and Stylist, will maximize Sims' profits.
While The Sims 4 is a sandbox game, many of the in-game goals, ambitions, and achievements revolve around making money or growing your career. At launch, The Sims 4 packs ten careers, each with two different career branches. Since then, additional career paths have been patched into the base game and added through various DLCs, giving Sims a total of 25 full-time career paths to pursue.
Whether Sims become astronauts or athletes, earning money can be a rewarding part of The Sims 4, allowing players to purchase every piece of furniture in the game's catalog to furnish their mansion. For players looking for the fastest path to monetary success, these career paths are some of the highest paying in The Sims 4. as an investor branch. Sims who succeed in becoming a Business Tycoon (the highest level in management) can expect to earn $12,000 per week.
10/10 Management (Business Career Track)
§12,000 Per Week
They also get the added benefit of working late, starting at 10am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. However, just like in real life, hopeful business tycoons must start at the bottom, with the first rung on the ladder being the mailroom technician.
The fun of The Sims is that characters can be anything the player wants, and they don't all have to be righteous citizens. For Sims with more nefarious tendencies, there is always the Criminal Career Track, which has two branches: Boss and Oracle. While the Oracle branch is great for Sims characters, such as the pre-made Yuki Behr, who focuses on digital pursuits like hacking and making viruses, the Boss branch is much more corny.
9/10 Boss (Criminal Career Track)
§12,460 Per Week
As retro-style rogues, Sims can be promoted to boss, netting $12,460 per week. Joining criminals is a big part of Public Enemy's ambitions, but it does involve a lot of dastardly interactions with other Sims, which can make building relationships a challenge.
If your Sims want to be the next James Bond, the Agent of Diamond branch of the Secret Agent career track is for them. Starting as an acting clerk, whoever fits the job will eventually become a double diamond Attorneys, they can earn §12,780 per week.
8/10 Diamond Agent (Secret Agent Career Track)
§12,780 Per Week
Players should be aware that agents have to work long hours. Double Diamond Agent has the longest hours of any job in The Sims 4, with three 15-hour shifts per week. Sims will no doubt be excited, but players may want to control other characters at the same time.
This shows that crime sometimes pays off, and that another branch of the Secret Agent career track, the Villain, earns slightly more than Agent Diamond. At the top position, Triple Agent, Sims can earn $12,875 per week.
7/10 Villain (Secret Agent Career Track)
§12,875 Per Week
While a better choice for Secret Agents due to more money and less work time, it is best suited for mischievous and mischievous Sims as it requires a lot of Mischief skill development. For Academic Villains, players with the Explore University expansion pack can send Sims to study villains and gain a boost in the villain career track after graduation.
For Sims who want to make more money with their money, there is the Investor branch of the Business Career track. Sims can eventually become angel investors, which will net them a handsome profit of $12,992 per week.
6/10 Investor (Business Career Track)
§12,992 Per Week
while A safe bet for Sims with money aspirations, a business career is probably one of the least appealing careers in The Sims 4, as there are no work-at-home options, and there are no jobs in Secret Agent or An interesting advantage found in other careers such as astronauts. However, this is a surefire way to get rich in The Sims 4.
One of the most recently added classes to the game, the Style Influencer appeared in the November 2018 patch. It comes with two branches, Trend Setter and Stylist, both of which are great for stylish Sims.
5/10 Trend Setter (Style Influencer Career Track)
§13,530 Per Week
If the player chooses the Style Influencer branch, the top job Icon O'Class earns §13,530 per week. It's not as lucrative as other branches on this career track, but Sims only have to work 6 hours a day for 5 days, and the job comes with a digital sketchpad and a camera that's fun to play with.
The Gardener's Career is available as part of Seasons, one of the best Sims 4 expansion packs. While the gardener career may not seem as exciting as the other options at first, it's actually a great money-making opportunity for green-fingered Sims. player Those who want to make as much money as possible should choose the branch of botany, as the highest-ranked job is Dr. Pollen, which earns $14,700 per week. ^Perhaps the biggest draw of gardening careers is the ability to work from home on a daily basis, meaning players have full control of their Sims throughout the day, rather than having them disappear down a rabbit hole of their workplace. Skilled gardeners might even discover hidden The Sims 4 secrets that most players will never discover—a unique way to cheat death.
4/10 Botanist (Gardener Career Track)
§14,700 Per Week
As children, many people dream of becoming astronauts. While most people can't achieve this particular desire in the real world, having Sims successfully pursue a career comes close.
Most importantly, being an astronaut in The Sims 4 is profitable - especially if players are willing to make Sims imperfect characters and choose the more sinister offshoot: Star Smugglers. The top job in this career sector will make Sims $14,868 per week. Players should be warned that Astronaut is one of the hardest professions to get promoted, and just like in the real world, Sims require altitude Movement makes it work.
3/10 Interstellar Smuggler (Astronaut Career Track)
§14,868 Per Week
For Sims who want to help others find their own style, the Style Influencer profession has a Stylist branch. There isn’t much of a difference between the two Style Influencer branches, but Stylist has proven to be more financially rewarding in the long run.
When stylists become personal remodelers, they will earn §15,000 per week. Sims who reach this level also gain an interesting new feature - the ability to "lead the trend." Here, players can design outfits that other Sims will wear around town. This is perfect for making The Sims 4's notoriously poorly dressed town a bit more stylish.
2/10 Stylist (Style Influencer Career Track)
§15,000 Per Week
By far the most lucrative career path in The Sims 4 is a military career, and this includes both branches. In order to enter this class, players need the StrangerVille game pack, which is probably the biggest downside of this option.
However, both branches of the military profession - covert operator and officer - offer the same financial rewards. Those who successfully advance will earn §16,880 per week in either job, be it Grand Marshal or Sim-in-Black.
1/10 Covert Operator / Officer (Military Career Track)
§16,880 Per Week
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