Hello all. I'm a 31 year old male, married and with a son on the way. Very excited for that as well as very nervous. Well let's get down to business shall we? Okay. I'm so tired of working warehouse/general labor jobs. I only have my high school diploma and going to school soon. Actually still deciding on a major. I know I am a intelligent guy, has a good sense of humor, treat other people like how I would want to be treated and good with computers. Although I don't hold any certifications. I have been helping family and friends with their computer questions for the past 10 years. Also I'm the type of guy that has a eager curious mind. If it sounds like I can either fix it or figure it out. I'm going to. With my trusty friend Google and Internet forums. I work a warehouse job because I don't deal well with the public. I'm not a people person. I'm an introvert.Actually I'm more of a ISTP type. It's part of my DNA. I can handle the public but it's not something I look forward to. I'm looking for a way to venture out of warehouse/general labor jobs. I do know that I would rather have a desk job but they require one or all of the following: 1. Good connections with people. 2. Have the job pretty much handed to you. Company owners children I'm talking about you. 3. Experience 4. A college degree I only have some of those of those things. Experience for one. I do have experience but in the industry I don't want to be in anymore. Also a college degree in my future but not right now. So I'm looking for suggestions what I should do? I want to provide for my son. Part of the reason I want to get out of warehouse/general labor jobs is because the pay is horrible for what they expect out of you. Well in my state at least. I live in Utah. The $9 or $10 you get paid when you start out is good if you are single and living with your parents. But not when you are my age, married with a wife that wants to stay home (I'm very supportive of her wanting to stay home) and with a son on the way. Should I just stick with it until I get my degree? Just looking for good suggestions. Thanks for reading.