Sure, but it will most likely be low paying, physical / manual labor. Working construction crews, lawn care etc. Indoor factory assembly line jobs, waiter, fast food dude, pizza delivery, & popcorn sales guy at the local movie theater. Practice speaking into a mic. Would you like those fries biggy sized?
Rag pickers, garbage collectors, labour loader, coolie, If you work hard on your studies now for 5 to 10 yrs You will enjoy whole of your life without hard work, and if you enjoy these 5 to 10 yrs now you will have to work hard for all your life.
most factory jobs, driving jobs, etc require at least a GED. gardening jobs, some low-level construction jobs, fast-food jobs, and migrant worker jobs would be about all that you could hope to accomplish without at least a high-school diploma. our world has become a very technical one, and even with a high school diploma, the career choices are very limited, and advancement, even with hard work and years of experience, is generally not given to those without a college degree.
You haven't told your age. I think that it should be better to get education first then you will work in your extra time for some delivery boy in any e-commerce website.Then you may pass your graduation and then you can do MBA from any recognized Institute like IIM Calcutta, IIM Delhi etc.
More than likely not. It's hard enough for people who go to college to get a job. Finishing highschool is just the beginning, really. You might be able to get a job, but you probably won't make enough money to support yourself.
If you don't go to school, you'll only end up with low paying jobs. Like at a fast food restaurant or something. If you graduate from high school and get a college degree, you'll most likely end up with a job that you like which also earns you a decent amount of money.