Hey Yall, I've posted on here before about wanting to be a welder/fabricator and about going to college, however, things have changed significantly since I made the plan to go to college. I won't go into detail there, because that would take up the whole page. So. Here's my story. I am 18 years old. Most would consider me Very young to be entering the workforce in this day and age. I have been around welding since I was a toddler, and would consider myself to be a skilled fabricator for my age. I have built several trailers, and countless other things over the years. I can weld very well with a stick welder, MIG welder, and have some experience with TIG. Now, it seems obvious that going to receive any form of higher education or experience in the fabrication field would be the correct answer to my predicament, but the circumstances won't allow it. Mostly in the form of financial problems. Fabrication is my passion and I am ready to start a career in this field, I need to know how to get my foot in the door. This isn't a sob story, just asking the honest opinions of some other good, hard working people.