So basically the usual story, had no idea what I wanted to do after graduating high school, and at the time a lot of college grads couldn't find jobs anyway. So figured I'd find a job and save up some money for a couple years while I figured things out. Ended up getting a decent paying factory job and didn't want to give up a steady job to go to school and quite possibly not make much more than I do now. Make around $50K/year, but unfortunately I'm also stuck on 3rd shift unless I take a significant pay cut, and working 45-55+ hours a week. Now that I'm closing in on 30 I've realized I don't know how much longer I can take 3rd shift and being bored out of my mind all the time. I've saved up a decent amount of money and can transfer to a weekend or part-time position while I take classes and make enough to cover most of my bills. However I'm still not sure what I should go to school for. Mostly looking at an associates degree, trade school, or apprenticeship. Don't really have the time or money for a bachelor's degree. So what degrees/ trades are a good choice these days?