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    Don't want to go to university or do a apprenticeship. I know I will need money though so I have applied but I really don't want to do it. Is there a way I can make a passive income or work from home
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    Why do you not want to do it Steve?
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    Unless you have start-up money, passive income is not possible. I left school at 16 with brilliant GCSEs and ill health, I could not do anything and I really do think it will cause issues in the long-term for me. Unless you already have something, just stick it out.
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    Try it with an open mind. You might enjoy it. Unless you have any better ideas...
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    Don't want to go to university or do a apprenticeship. I know I will need money though so I have applied but I really don't want to do it. Is there a way I can make a passive income or work from home
    Get a job
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    Find something you enjoy. Make a business out of it.
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    Passive income comes with sensible investments that you make over the course of working for a decade or two. Depending on your lifestyle and responsibilities, you could retire quickly on a modest passive income.

    Do the apprenticeship in something that pays well (plumbing, electrics etc), work for yourself after a few years or start your own business, invest that money, and then finally relax.
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    (Original post by The Night King)
    Why do you not want to do it Steve?
    I want to be able to enjoy life
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    I want to be able to enjoy life
    Uni is only 3-5 years. You’ll have all the time in the world to enjoy life after it while also having a nice salary
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    have been dabbling with books in passive income; there are yt summaries might be of help

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    (Original post by The Night King)
    Uni is only 3-5 years. You’ll have all the time in the world to enjoy life after it while also having a nice salary
    Not really as I don't want a job
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    Don't want to go to university or do a apprenticeship. I know I will need money though so I have applied but I really don't want to do it. Is there a way I can make a passive income or work from home
    Nobody wants to go to work. We would all love to stay at home and make a passive income playing computer games for a few hours a day. But it’s just tough, you HAVE to go out and earn money.
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    Not really as I don't want a job
    And how exactly do you expect to make money then...by winning the lottery?
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    And how exactly do you expect to make money then...by winning the lottery?
    I have applied to apprenticeship. I just want to be able to live for free
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    (Original post by Steve5427)
    Don't want to go to university or do a apprenticeship. I know I will need money though so I have applied but I really don't want to do it. Is there a way I can make a passive income or work from home
    Pm me
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    Maybe start a business? You could also try doing stocks. Or go to town and do an act.
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    Get a degree or apprenticeship, that would be a good start.
    Can't rely on strokes of luck to get through the cycle that is life.

    Trust me..
 
 
 
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