How can I change my life? I am 23 years old and living with my mom and have a GED...?

The only option of a job is laborer job but thats the only job that pays enough for my needs but i'll have no time to take classes.... Im Looking for a decent paying job to pay for classes but its hard to pay for the classes and food/phone/gas.... and ideas? I'm in such a mess its sometimes unbearable

Asked By: BOcean - 9/3/2008
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You may need to work one term, school the next, so you can afford to live on your own. It sounds like it's way overdue... More
Answered By: alisongiggles - 9/3/2008
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get maried
Answered By: Luda G - 9/3/2008
Do what I'm doin become a truck driver I'm going tomorrow to apply.
Answered By: jerry a - 9/3/2008
The military helps you have a job and be able to afford classes at the same time. Plus they provide food, shelter and clothing. Check out the Armed Forces Recruiters in your area.
Answered By: agcgartner - 9/3/2008
No more gas money for Cars. That is a waste of time and money. Why don't you ride a bicycle instead to get around. Go to school and take your classes. Labor ready is available probably during the hours you off of school. Take your time don't be in such a rush. Why do you need a car? That's silly to have one right now!
Answered By: waste of time - 9/3/2008
I am pretty sure, but don't hold me to it, that if you are 23 and have zero to low income, you basically get a lot of financial aid, enough to cover a lot of universities. SO you could just go to community college and get credits there, and community college is cheap to begin with, so you might just get everything for... More
Answered By: peeece - 9/3/2008
Hi Bo... More
Answered By: Elias - 9/3/2008
I think you might have to figure out your priorities and what is the most important thing for you to do first. Then you should probably figure out what you would like to do for a career. Make a plan for your life, for example... More
Answered By: Milla - 9/3/2008
A factoid - most people change jobs every 5 - 6 years in the modern economy. As such, you don't have to decide where you'd like to be 20 years from now, just 5 years. You only get there one step at a time, and 5 years is a lot fewer steps to plan... More
Answered By: The Big Dog :) - 9/3/2008
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