I have a quick question for you guys:
Should I return to school?
For the past two years, my main goal has been saving up money to move out of my parents house. I am almost 25 and have had enough of feeling like a child. With only 3 weeks left before my planned move, I began to search for jobs and housing in my preferred state and came upon a realization: I need a job that will pay me $15 an hour minimum to sustain my living.
The problem is that the only degree I have is an Associate's in Communication. I cannot find a job in the field I am trained for and there doesn't seem to be anything else that will provide enough salary for me to live. I can't just go to another state and expect the best, especially considering my life has already been pretty awful so far.
So, back to my original question, should I take the savings I have earned from work and head back to school? I clearly cannot pay the tuition by myself, but I can use these funds to buy a car and maybe an apartment away from home. If I get accepted, I suppose my damn life will be on hold for another 2-4 years, but would it make more sense then leaving the state and failing?
I am pretty damn certain that either action is not going to end well, but is there a clear better choice in this matter? If you want to know how much I actually have saved, I can detail that to you personally. Regardless, I wanted to move for so long and have so many people expecting me to do so. I feel like I would be letting everyone down if I back out now. What is the better answer, here?