@sito, Um... yes, you can. You can't do physical jobs? Bullshit, sir! You need an education to do high-paying jobs? Obviously. How else would you work hard to earn that money. Yes, you can do jobs like being that person who processes orders behind a sales counter. If your employer refuses to allow you to take that job purely because your blind, then they're not right for you. And of course your laws will forbid you from applying for jobs that require an education. Every country does that. But yes, you can do all the jobs that low incomes that the sited can do: processing orders, making drinks, that sort of thing. This is exactly how you climb the latter of society. You don't just immediately leap to the top and become leader of your country, for example. No, you start small, doing mundane things that bore you to death. Then, as people begin to notice you (which may take years, believe me) you climb up the social latter and get higher and higher paying jobs. Don't expect everything to come at you on a silver plate with pretty bows and cherries on top -- you won't get it. You need to prove that you can, in fact, work at a job, and survive in the workplace among all the rest of your responsibilities. If you can't do that while your earning an education, then clearly a job while your getting an education isn't the thing for you. If you then can't survive on a job after you've completed your education, then you've got some issues.
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