#1
well... an obivoussolution would be go work part time in a factory or something, but the thing is that nobody hires a 16/17 y olds these days because of the crisis everybody talks about. and i consider drug dealing and things like that ilegal, so i won't go for that. i can master some programs (autocad...) ...

any suggestions?
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#4
Alaskan ninja has the right idea.

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and i consider drug dealing and things like that ilegal


It is illegal, however you consider.


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I could count the countries in which young kids can still do those on one hand.
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#7
Play your best and impress some noobs. Offer to give them guitar lessons that would make them play as good as you. Charge as much as you want
Trust me alot of people fall for that.

Also don't ever let your students find out about UG.
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#9
Theres always mcdonalds.
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#10
I'm 16 and I have a job in a supermarket, Failure I know.
but failure pays about $15 an hour.
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