When I read the question I think about success. It seems like a logical fail that someone would rather have a happy childhood 4-18(25 is not childhood) rather than a successful future 19-70(or more). Maybe its because some of you haven't graduated yet.
school was epic lulz even though i came out with nothing.
now im in education 1 day a week, to keep my in college so i can take somthing next year. I started a business in march and i make from £15-£25 an hour. £20 an hour for time spent designing areas and sourcing materials.
im 16 and earn 4/5 times the national minimum wage, i earn the average adult wage in the uk with 4hours work a day.