You can get a job after dropping out of school. However, the kind of job that you would get would not be well paying and would not be a very good job as you would not have the necessary qualifications. It is therefore important to first finish school and then search for a job so that you can get one which is well paying.
You can get work while you're still in school, check out a day labor place. For me, I was able to work in the Ranger Corps from the time I was 11 - 15 years old. After that I was able to pick up part time work as a housekeeper at a hotel and waiting/dish washing at restaurants. It would be much smarter for you to stay in school, or find an alternative school and graduate WHILE you work, rather than quit to go work. Odds are already against you enough as far as ever reaching middle class in your lifetime, why make it worse?
Yes, and you will be glad to know that they are trying to raise the minimum wage law! Not that you will ever see it! High school dropouts usually end up working part time jobs, get no bennies, in a hoe hum no one else would do this type of job! Good luck, school isn't as hard as life!
its always better to complete your education to gain a maximum educational qualification in your cv and then start up for a job you may get a job if you drop out from high school but the salary would be very less and in case if some recession comes up your career would surely be in danger so why take a chance in life if you really wanna take up a job then you can do some summer part time jobs when ever you have a school off but my advice to you dont drop from high school......complete your education then get a good job with a much better salary dont take any chances when it comes to education
most places require at least a GED. you will be stuck in entry level jobs earning minimum wage until you graduate or get a GED. there are plenty of part time jobs you can work and still go to school. Stay in school, give yourself a chance.
Yes the others are mainly right. Finish school. The dude who said he makes 5k a month might sound like he's doing well but to be honest 60k a year isn't alot of money anymore. Down the road if you decide to have a family, a home, and all that goes with that is when you'll regret not finishing school