(Original post by abhi104)
Na i cant be a cleaner impossible. First of all i dont want my friends seeing me. Second of all its just not me!
If you want the money that bad any job is not "Impossible"
So what if your friends see you, if they are so pathetic as to make fun in more than a light hearted manner, when you are doing what it takes to treat your mum, what sort of friends are they anyway?
I learnt at that age that beggers can't be choosers, I wanted a Job, and took the time and effort to go and find one, i can't say cleaning a dirty primary school was "me" but I can say it taught me responsibility, work ethics, time management and other key life skills you just don't get taught at school.
It also gave me a stepping stone of experience to get further jobs in the future. Directly from that job being council experience, and the references i got, the council offered me a job in a Library when I turned 17. From that I have moved into retail and leisure industries.
Your first job is going to be badly paid, either boring, lonely, or dirty, unless you are very very lucky and well connected. Accept it.
At least as a cleaner I made friends with the other cleaners who were also my age and at school and we had a good laugh and listened to the radio as we got the job done.