To echo the answer from Sophia, there are very few jobs that do not require any sort of training. Even waiting tables (at a restaurant where the tips would be good) is a job for which many employers these days expect prior wait staff experience.
There are some jobs that are apprentice jobs, providing training for a skilled trade: carpentry, electrical work, plumbing, etc.
See these web pages:
* National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee for the Electrical Industry (National Electrical Contractors Associations - NECA and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers -IBEW): http://www.njatc.org/home.aspx
* Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC): http://www.ieci.org/index.mv?screen=BecElect
* International Union of Painters and Allied Trades: http://www.iupat.org/pages/start-a-career
* International Association Of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental And Reinforcing Iron Workers (Ironworkers Union): http://www.ironworkers.org/training
* Sheet Metal Workers' International Association (SMWIA): http://www.smwia.org/Careers.aspx
* International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC): http://www.bacweb.org/train_edu_safety/training/index.php
* United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing, Pipefitting and Sprinkler Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada (the United Association - UA): http://www.ua.org/apprenticeship.asp
Before you can consider relocating, you will need to have enough money saved up to pay for the security deposit and 1st month's rent (and maybe the last month's rent) for an apartment or flat. Plus, you will need money for utility deposits and cable TV and Internet installation, etc. Plus, no landlord will probably rent to you without your having a job at the time.
You can find comparative cost of living by US state here to help determine where the cost of living might be reasonable for you:
Plus, a reference librarian at your local public library can help you find more info.
As for furthering your education later on, any location with a community college district will be able to provide that.
Another potential employer - U.S. Postal Service:
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