QHow can I stay a cashier for the rest of my life?
I have 18 years and am currently working as a cashier . My parents keep pressuring me to go to college , and I really want to go to college . I would go for my degree in psychology , but the problem is that I love my job . I like to learn about psychology , but I do not want a career in it . My problem is that I fear might not be able to remain a cashier for the rest of my life because they will say I am overqualified . So you can go to college and continue to work in conditions of minimum wage, if desired ?
I realize that this may seem a little strange and some people think it's a joke , but it is not true ! I'm looking for some advice on whether he could go to college and still maintain my ideal job .
Overqualified or not , is likely to want to make more than minimum wage . Being can be fun , but not a race . You can always keep doing it as a second job , but why do you say ( to 18) you want to keep a minimum wage , entry levle work for the rest of your life ?
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The question no one asked you live by yourself or with your parents?
If you live with your parents , that's fine for now . But one day, you'll be on your own, and soon learns that the minimum wage is not enough to support himself . Rent, food, electricity , gas , car insurance , health insurance, clothing , car payments , furniture, cable TV ( that would be a luxury ), telephone, emergency ,