If you get a job, and if you have enough will to save a considerable part of what you earn for a considerable time, say 5 years, and if at the same time you use the money earned, you dedicate it to selling something, and if from there you manage Taking out 20% annually, you could obtain a very good capital.
If you are a Yankee, and if you live with your parents, you can possibly save your entire salary, which on average should be about 2000 USD per month, and if you add the extra work in less than 5 years you would obtain $214,323, at a rate of 5 % per year in any common investment fund, you could earn $10,716 per year for life, which would allow you to live like a king in any South American country, a large part of the countries in Asia, all the countries in Africa, and you can literally dedicate your life to travel, or study wherever you want, since although 850 USD is little money to live in countries with free universities like Finland, you can still work part-time, or go to countries with free education like Argentina. And if you have European descent, it will be easy for you to obtain citizenship.
You are a blank book, you can write your story however you want. You can make decisions that make you feel life at once. Don't feel pressured by the expectations of others or what society considers "right." Your life is yours to live and enjoy. As you move forward on this journey, keep in mind that mistakes and challenges are a natural part of the process. Don't be afraid to stumble or take paths that seem wrong at first. Every experience, even difficult ones, can teach you valuable lessons and contribute to your growth as a person.
Trust yourself and your ability to make decisions. Learn to listen to your inner voice and follow your instincts. Over time, you will find your way and write a unique and meaningful story that reflects who you are and what you value in life.
Remember that this stage of uncertainty is only temporary and you will eventually discover your purpose and direction in life.
If you like linguistics you don't technically need a degree if you have the skills and can prove it
there are thousands of free courses to do, even the paid courses for free on certain piracy sites.
Also you don't need to work directly with linguistics
my uncle likes theatre plays a lot but can't act or make them himself
So he became an account for a theatre company and moved to the UK and settled in London
not entirely fun but the fact he can see plays, see behind the scenes and feel apart of making them, even mildly, makes the job more enjoyable
He doesn't even like accounting but he is good at it, self tought too.
He was directly involved in plays when he was young but it didn't work out.
So he took the knowledge he learnt during that and combined it with accounting and became a rare person who "knows theatre and accounting"