>41K a year
>shit tier job running press in a factory 7 days a week
>no experience other then factory work
How would /biz. Suggest I get s job making 40-50K a year in some office. I'm open to school and moving. I just wanna know the fastest way to reach this goal. How would /biz/ do it if they were me?
Move in wit family
Get a 3.6 gpa in 1 year of communityy college, 24 credits, drop job be4.
Transfer to mid tier state uni, whichever has the best internships
Job future pay + internships are what you use to decide your degree after 24 gen eds.
Also spam the fuck out of counsellors, talk to many of them from both unis and community colleges
Also be ready to get good study habits. If you want a 3.6+ in one year you need to tryhard
Because I sit at a desk and do paper work while watching and fixing a machine. Imagine bring a desk jockey from 10 at night to 6 in the morning 7 days a week but having the added bonus of being dirty as duck and occasionally sore as hell
Yeah its fucking hell. I literally Go months on end with out a single day off. I support a wife and kid. So it's not like I can just quit. That's also why I'm so eager to get a nice realistic job
>a poor guy comes to /biz/ asking for advice
I search "trade" and get nothing.
OP, go for a trade school. Look up trade school classes at a local community college, go there and inquire about possible placement, time to graduation, and pay. You live in the US, right? We need more people in the trades and the pay/quality of life is way better. My step brother is learning to be a steel welder. He gets paid to go to school. When he's on a job site they construct a shack around what he's welding to keep him out of the weather. He loves it and he'll be making bank when he's out.
For local programs and unions, do some research on http://profoundlydisconnected.com/trade-resource-center/
There is a reason people tell you specfically not to do that.
Still though 41k ain't too bad. Learn to budget in the meantime and take >>1073670 advice and consider trade school. Do something like HVAC and try to get into commercial buildings work, some of those guys make six figures. Residential isn't that much better than what your already doing but it would still be more.
Damn bro, I actually feel bad for you. It's not impossible to change your life with a kid but it's fucking hard. When you're young and single you can do anything but as a father you have a kid and wife to worry about. Your best bet is to take night classes and hope your family can hang. Start saving as much money as you can and don't buy dumb shit like video games or expensive clothing. Any money you don't spend on bills, food or your kid should be put into a savings account with good interest. Good luck bro, if you try hard enough you'll be able to do it.
a) been making 24k/year since you were 14 while spending absolutely nothing on anything
b) been making 24k/year since you were 8 while spending money on only necessities
c) been making 24k/year for a believable amount of time where most of your assets were given to you or inherited
There is no country that uses the euro where the average income is 42k.
Also, no matter how good you are at "budjeting", and earned lousy 24k since 10 years, you wouldn't have 300k in assets.