In the USA, get your GED and then you have most of the same options as a high school graduate.

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hobo, vagabond, mum and dads pain in the a$$?

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Get your GED, work as a tradesman (have any particular skills???), enlist in the military.<br />
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As a tradesman, you can work for whomever, then eventually work your way up, or gain enough skill and knowledge to make your own business. This works for construction, food, brewing, carpentry, painting, mechanic/auto, tailoring, landscaping/gardening, plumbing, heating/AC, technician for internet/cable, and so on. If you're a musician, give music lessons. If you're an athlete, coach a team or train people. Photography? Writing? Technology? The possibilities are endless.

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Yes, go back and finish high school or even better maybe you can take online classes that will get it for you. If engineers and former tech people are in competition to be a manager at a Jack-in-the-Box where do you think you stand ? Just several months in my part of the country 300 people turned out to apply for a job as a janitor. I personally stood in line in front of a Wal-Mart that was still being constructed for more than an hour with more than a150 people to apply for any job I could get there.

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Kill yourself, cuz life goes downhill from there

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Medical research

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wait four years run as a dem for president. They hate educated people

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i took california prof exam, better than ged, when straight to college

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Get your GED then all doors are open...

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go back to school

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create an urban garden

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McDonald's

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Don't let these nasty ill informed people bring you down. Go to ged prep program and go to trade school. When you are done. and have passed everything, you have option to go college. ;-) There is lot of hardship but no more than regular High School problems without the drama of snotty petty teens.

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