okay so as off today i am unemployed i quit my job yesterday because i wasn't making enough money and i felt like i needed to provide more for my fiancee. now i have some inheritance money which i used to get my aprarment and i use it to help pay bills and i and i am going to use it to help fund my wedding day and open up my bar. now my goal is to open up a bar i already have the location picked out and everything i just need to pay the money and i can have the bar running by this September. however opening up this bar would make me have to ask for money from my fiancee and my family and i will most likely need a bank loan so i am under a lot of stress on wheather to open up the bar or not and if the bar is succesful i can easily pay back my fiancee and my family and the bank however if its not succesful and there is a 75% chance it won't be me and my fiancee will be in so much debt and we will have no money for our wedding now i am looking for other jobs but the problem is i dont have a college degree and no college experience so finding a good paying job is impossible to find now i worked for four years aftet college and made a lot of good money there however my dad got me the job so i didn't have to interview and my second job working at the comic book store i didn't have to interview for it since i knew the owner so i dont know how to do an interview and i dont know how to write a resume my fiancee has agreed to help me write a resume and do a job interview and we are speaking to an employment agency soon that helps people with autism find and keep jobs. i also have a job interview this Tuesday. the jobs i am looking at doing that dont require a college degree our receptionist, personal trainer, bartender, car salesman, teachers assaint and real estatate agent now i am very stressed about all of this and dont know what to do wheather i should start the bar or wheather i should look for another job i am
very stressed right now and need help on what to do
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Regarding interviewing, ask and network and find people who hire in the type of business you're looking at and ask them if they'd be willing to do a practice interview or two with you, and film it and give you advice after. I think you'll find a lot of people are actually quite willing to help out those trying to actively find work.
Regarding what sort of job, several of those you mentioned are sales-focused. How are you at sales? If you're good, they are far more lucrative than the rest, but if you can't sell, they pay nothing.0