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what kind of job can I get with a high school degree?

I've been out of high school for two years and currently making a measly $10.50/hr with no options for overtime. this kid I used to be friends with just posted on facebook that he makes $26/hr and will be working two weeks of overtime next month, and that his checks are $1,000/week. this kid only just graduated this past summer. how is it that he could possibly be making that much with no training or additional education whatsoever? I was rather comfortable with my job for the time being til I saw that kids status. From what I remember this kid isn't good at anything. He's not very smart, he's selfish, and he's had surgery, so he's not physically capable of doing a lot of things. I don't understand how someone two years younger, and of much less value to any business could be making more than twice as much as me. The only thing I can think is that he's a state worker and will g******d off eventually, which I wouldn't want to do. It's either that, or this kid's lying out his ass. but if anyone finds any truth to his claim, plz let me know because I could really use the extra $600/week.

Asked By: - 11/18/2012
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First let me remind you Trent that you don't get a degree from high school. It's a diploma. Contrary to what some people think, you can make a good living without a college degree. Many people who have no more than a high school diploma make more than $10.50 an hour, but to do so you must have a skill. You can get... More
Answered By: Prairie Girl - 11/18/2012
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If you're not happy with your present job you have to put some effort into finding out what is available for someone with your background/education/skills. You have to find the time to knock on doors to inquire if they are hiring and at what pay rate. No one is going to knock on your door! Many HS graduates make... More
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Answered By: Rinkydink - 11/18/2012
 
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