What are some typical jobs most male high school dropouts are eligible to do?
Take a typical guy who never finished high school. What kinds of legitimate jobs do most of these guys do for a living--particularly as they get older, have kids and raise families? I don't mean part-time fast food service jobs, which are actually mainly performed by teenagers already in school.
Asked By: Honest Bob - 5/23/2011
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Answered By: Soapy Sophie - 5/23/2011
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Answered By: Claude Balls - 5/23/2011
Answered By: Bonkers ........... - 5/23/2011
maybe work in construction, not sure though, could you not get an apprentice type job where you can learn skills as you earn.
Answered By: McHaggis Scoticus - 5/23/2011
well, a lot of people who drop out of formal education end up with lower level jobs to start with but then with time may work their way up to becoming successful or even wealthy, it all depends on the person.
Answered By: Edward The Original - 5/23/2011
The possibilities are endless, but the sad thing, this jobs are normal down-looked. The best one i can mention is entrepreneur.
Answered By: Spill - 5/23/2011
Go to college and then get yourself a better job. Like you could be a welder maybe. Or just settle for being a cleaner or something.
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Answered By: rahh - 5/23/2011
Visual merchandising, in the form of standing out on the curb, in front of a pizza joint, holding a sign... More
Answered By: gummyroach - 5/23/2011
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