By I don't want to be here anymore - 03/11/2014 21:16 - Canada - Edmonton
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23, his profile says he's 17 (although he could be lying, but I won't jump to conclusions). However I agree with your point. After all, it's likely that a person will spend a large portion of their (adult) life at work. It would suck if you couldn't stand the job.
just because it's a job, doesn't mean you can't enjoy it. that's why there are a multitudes of jobs. my father enjoys working with food, my boyfriend is interested in law enforcement, and I enjoy the medical field. that's why we focus on those areas. if people chose jobs on interest rather than pay, people might enjoy life a little more.
OP might have a degree and works in a specialised field, of which jobs are limited. Doesn't mean they have to go back to school. I left school at 16, college at 17 and I'm on my second IT job, earning more than my friends are now in debt by at university. You don't need school for a decent job per se, there are other ways to get into work.