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I'm a junior in highschool and it seems like everyone but me knows what they want to do with their life. I live in indiana now but I'd like to move down south (maryland,virginia,north carolina) as soon as i graduate. give me a list of some good jobs you could get down there. that are entertaining and make decent pay. i'm not great in school but i'm not terrible either im still debating weather or not i'm gonna be in collage so if you could give me some jobs that dont require a degree. that would be wonderful.
Whatever you do, atleast go to school part time. Jobs are hard to come by these days. Without any particular experience, it's hard to find something good paying that's not construction. Any other job would require some education to balance out the lack of experience. These days, atleast in my opinion, unless your doing something in business or science, it's not worth the loan money (depending on the cost of the university). Keeping in mind that most online programs are expensive (like Phoenix University which is about 26,000 a year. Much more than a state school). Get a job that will pay the rent, apply for some loans to cover tuition. It will be hard, but it will pay off. Employers are requiring college degrees or 5 years experience for jobs that didn't need 10 years of experience just 10 years ago.
Hey! I did not want to go to college either so I drop out and got a construction job... They have good union paying jobs for people who don't want to be suit and tie guys. It's better than nothing but it's hard work too. Might be worth a shot...
College (even a 2-year degree) equals a better job. Anything related to healthcare is a good job and will keep you employed.