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I'm good with my hands I have a very good under standing of how mechanical mechanisms work by looking at them and taking them apart. I'm good with computers. I can also weld with a mig welder and I have experience with engines and some body work but I'm not very good at math I had to drop out of collage because I could not pass calculus. But heir is the thing that gets me after what I described I should like to fix cars but I had a job as a mechanic and I hatted it the pay was good but the job was just not for me. Maybe if I could try a job in customizing cars or some thing but I still don't know what type of field. Can you come up with something it doesn't have to be with cars it can be with lots of different things. Right know I have a crapy job at ACE hard ware and I hate it. They promoted me to paint manager two months ago but I didn't get any raize so that alone just p****d me off. I need a better job I would like to be able to live on my own some time this decade. I'm 21 years old and would like to be making $900--$1,200 a week. for starters.

Asked By: CAPTAIN GENIUS !! - 9/17/2007
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Have you ever thought about being a CNC Machinist? Machinists make parts through programming a computer to make parts .You do have to be good in Geometry but the pay starts out pretty well. Good luck!
Answered By: Amers - 9/25/2007
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as you know, that payrange will not happen overnight, you may consider automated machining repair, it sounds down your alley, and if you stick with it for 5 or 6 years your payrange will be far better than what you currently are thinking.
Answered By: A J - 9/17/2007
 
If you want to make 50k+ a year one day, your best bet would be to 1) either head back to college and graduate 2) be d**n good in sales 3) be an exceptional artist or athelete 4) start a successful business.
Answered By: Cysteine - 9/17/2007
 
I'm training to become a pilot and think you should look into it. I'm not good at math either- terribly afraid of it to be honest- and have found that it's not a problem. Flying is a joy! With your talents and interests, you could not only easily grasp how a plane works, you could save money by doing some of your... More
Answered By: Lovey - 9/17/2007
 
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Answered By: Craig - 9/24/2007
 
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