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Hello /adv/ I am in need of your help. I am tired of having nothing

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Hello /adv/ I am in need of your help. I am tired of having nothing and sitting on my ass all the time for naught, something needs to change for the better. My question is, if I was to go to college would it be worth getting at least a general degree since I don't really have any strong interests in any particular field?
Or if I stick to looking for work like I'm currently doing with just a high school diploma, what can I do to up my chances of being employed if I don't have any real marketable skills?
Any real advice is appreciated.
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>>18521316

If you're really thinking about going to college, take community courses. If you want an education that will lead towards having a job, look at trade schools. Either way, if you have a job now, the best thing you can do is look for ways to get promoted. Real life work skills have value.
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>>18521398
not OP, but dont trades have shit pay?
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>>18521316
>general degree

No, thats BS.

You sould know what job you will have at the end of the course befor you sign up otherwise your kidding yourself.
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>>18521402
No one will respect you either.
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>>18521402
>but dont trades have shit pay?
You'll have a middle class life

>>18521409
Better than being unemployed

>>18521316
>at least a general degree
No. College is a huge investment of time and money. You go there if you A) Are smart enough to get a degree in demand or B) Plan on going to med/law or grad school
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>>18521402
Depends on the trade honestly. Most will get you a decent life and you'll almost always be employed.
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