I am 31 years old, single and just started a low paying job, is it too late to start and be successful in life?

Updated on : January 17, 2022 by Adam Hunt



I am 31 years old, single and just started a low paying job, is it too late to start and be successful in life?

I may not be the best to answer this as I am only 40 years old and not successful by many standards. However, I think it really depends on what you understand by being successful in life. The same as moving forward in life ... where is the future? It really is anywhere you want it to be.

I started my career in healthcare when I was 34 years old. I live in the Bay Area and people here make millions a month, so me and my partner, hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, we can't match that. But I found a partner. I don't have kids so I don't think I'm going to buy a place anytime soon because it wouldn't make financial sense as I won't be.

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I may not be the best to answer this as I am only 40 years old and not successful by many standards. However, I think it really depends on what you understand by being successful in life. The same as moving forward in life ... where is the future? It really is anywhere you want it to be.

I started my career in healthcare when I was 34 years old. I live in the Bay Area and here people make millions a month, so me and my partner, hundreds of thousands of dollars a year, we can't match that. But I found a partner. I don't have kids so I don't think I'm going to buy a place anytime soon because it wouldn't make financial sense as I won't leave it to anyone once I'm gone. I have more than enough to do everything I want. Yes, I can't afford a $ 100K car, but I never wanted an expensive car. As I get older, I find that I think differently. I realize that there is much to learn and appreciate in life both in the present and in the past that I have already lived, and yet I can analyze from my new, more mature perspective. As we get older we earn a lot, in money, experience, love, etc. but we also lose a lot. Our parents will move on with what you think is after life. Some of your friends will too. Now I have more than I ever had, and more than I ever needed ... but I lost a lot. Am I succeeding in life? Would there be an extra $ 200K a year difference? I do not think so.

In my opinion, as long as you do what you want, you will be successful. Once you get out of "survival mode" (living paycheck to paycheck), in my opinion, you have succeeded because now you can really do what you love without worrying about not being able to pay your rent or mortgage.

I guess my point is: you may already be succeeding in life and don't recognize it. 31 years? You're young. You will be young for another 20 years! You can literally do whatever you want. You can achieve whatever you want. Focus on your health, so you can do it for longer.

Yes, companies can discriminate against you for a few years for now and in specific fields, but who cares? That only matters if those companies are in your future. Assess your strengths and weaknesses. Research the market for what is in demand and has high growth projected for the next 10 years. Learn to do that. Get that job.

Alternatively, your strengths might make you realize that you can work on your own. You may be able to quickly learn how to fix dents in cars. Maybe you can take what's already out there and turn it around (Deliver it. Provide an online platform to facilitate the distribution of a good. Focus on a niche). It can literally do anything.

So yes, I believe you can and will succeed. All you have to do is keep moving. Just never stop moving. You will be fine ... and whatever it means to be successful, you will find it.

edit: 10.9.2020

I thought about this and wanted to add something to the answer I wrote. Social media is a dangerous tool. Today, we compare ourselves to millions of people we see online, not just on television, but on our social platform. I can speak for myself and I can say that these mediums do not affect me easily, but I see loved ones that they do; it is a strange beast. If you keep looking at 21 years old driving Ferraris and having multiple great partners and tons of money, you could get into this metering match with people whose lives you know nothing and will judge their `` success '' against yours and that, my friend, it will skew your perspective on yourself in a negative way. Nobody at IG shows that they eat a cup of instant noodles a day to have money to finish school but, as we know, many successful people did. But they only show the glamor of the results of luck (or hard work) of their parents or grandparents. Some actually pulled it off on their own, many in fact, but again you're seeing millions of people! I do not condemn social media, but I warn you to view it with the correct mindset and that many of it is smoke and mirrors. Think about your own happiness and the people you love. Other than that, be you: the world is indeed your oyster. but I warn you to view them with the right mindset and that many of them are smoke and mirrors. Think about your own happiness and the people you love. Other than that, be you: the world is indeed your oyster. but I warn you to view them with the right mindset and that many of them are smoke and mirrors. Think about your own happiness and the people you love. Other than that, be you: the world is indeed your oyster.

I know you have received several responses. Hundreds. Simple answer: no. It's not too late.

There are indigenous (extremely native) tribes that still exist in parts of our world that do not operate living a life based on monetary means. Everything that they value and that keeps them and their families alive comes from the land. They do not use modern technology such as the Internet, smartphones, or watch television. They make their own homes, hunt their own food, have their own family structure dynamics, and their immune systems are completely natural - they have never had any illness of any kind. They won't live as long as though

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I know you have received several responses. Hundreds. Simple answer: no. It's not too late.

There are indigenous (extremely native) tribes that still exist in parts of our world that do not operate living a life based on monetary means. Everything that they value and that keeps them and their families alive comes from the land. They do not use modern technology such as the Internet, smartphones, or watch television. They make their own homes, hunt their own food, have their own family structure dynamics, and their immune systems are completely natural - they have never had any kind of illness. They will not live as long as we do in the modern world, but their vision of life, success and what they consider sacred is to be on the fringes of the natural world, staying in tune with thousands of years of holistic tradition for their ancestors. All they ask is that those of the modern world; leave them alone.

Apologies for getting off topic. And I know that that is a very different reality from the question you are asking and while I am not trying to invalidate your question in any way, in our modern world money is needed. But you can create what happiness and success mean to you. You don't have to own a $ 500,000 home, a $ 40,000 car, and have a job with a high title. If you want those things, that's fine too. It's still achievable - you're not 60 and working a low-paying job. You are 31 years old and the only positive is that the vision towards the 30s is honestly not considered older compared to the 90. You are still young. You still have time to go to school or trade school and get a degree or certification in something that will allow you to get a job that provides you with a better income. And then keep working towards your career or passions for the next 20 or 30 years until you retire, unless you want to work for a longer period of time than that. There are also jobs that do not require studies or degrees that pay decent, such as CDL jobs, some places will train you. The military is still an option if you are in good physical shape, enroll in non-combat MOS and you can do it for 4 years or more. Even if you settle for committing to 4, you will have the GI bill after that. And another job that does not require a degree (certain limit thinks 33 or 34, but don't quote me) it's Air Traffic Control and you just need to pass the school / training it was sent to. And there are government jobs, several in which you don't need a degree: law enforcement, dispatcher, and certain positions within the court system. Too,

If you go to a more rural area, you may feel limited. But there are many options for changing or advancing your career. Don't feel stuck or think you won't progress beyond where you are.

Be happy and proud of yourself for having a job, for one. Whether it pays little or not, you have a job and that is very important. You know you want more of what you are settling for than you need to actively start working on a plan to change that. Use what you have: Internet, smartphone, resume, etc. If you need help registering for school you can post another question on Quora, Google or even message me and many others here, we will be happy to help you with finding a school, applying for FASFA (if needed) and more.

You determine your reality, not your age.

Think more positively of yourself. Do not belittle yourself for not being where society may deem you should be; life's journey is different for everyone. There is always a way to make things happen, or to change the course of your future destiny, be receptive to how much you want that and don't give up.

You have plenty of time to be successful in how you make sense of that word and its meaning for your life. It's just a matter of when you are ready to start and to continue no matter what setbacks or failures may occur. I promise you, there is time. And no, it is not too late for you.

(Feel free to message me or comment if there is any little way I can help you. Stay positive. Believe in yourself. And good luck! 🍀)

No, it is not too late.

It's never too late.

I know it's natural to worry that success has passed us by. With each passing day, we worry that we haven't accomplished enough and that we may never achieve our goals.

This is a terrible feeling, but the good news is that it IS NOT TRUE!

Success rarely comes when you want it. Sometimes this happens early, sometimes it happens late.

Let me share with you some famous people who achieved success much later in life:

1. Samuel L. Jackson

Believe it or not, Samuel Jackson didn't get his big break until Jungle Fever in 1991, at the age of 43 in Hollywood.

2. St

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No, it is not too late.

It's never too late.

I know it's natural to worry that success has passed us by. With each passing day, we worry that we haven't accomplished enough and that we may never achieve our goals.

This is a terrible feeling, but the good news is that it IS NOT TRUE!

Success rarely comes when you want it. Sometimes this happens early, sometimes it happens late.

Let me share with you some famous people who achieved success much later in life:

1. Samuel L. Jackson

Believe it or not, Samuel Jackson didn't get his big break until Jungle Fever in 1991, at the age of 43 in Hollywood.

2. Stan Lee

Stan Lee is considered the godfather of Marvel comics. However, he did not create his first comic until he was 39 years old.

3. Julia Child

Julia Child worked in advertising for most of her life. She wouldn't release her first cookbook until she was 50, which catapulted her to stardom and made her one of the original celebrity chefs.

4. Vera Wang

Another surprising success story, Vera Wang entered the fashion industry only at the age of 40, later becoming one of the most respected names in the fashion world.

So, don't lose hope.

Instead, focus on discovering your PURPOSE - who you are and what you want. Once you affirm your purpose and begin to work in alignment with it, you will find joy.

Then develop your life and career vision. Once you start working towards this vision, success and fulfillment will be easier than you thought.

Age is just a number. Life is an amazing journey that cannot be limited by numbers.

Here's the deal:

Age (time / delay) is not the key factor (important but not # 1), the top priority factor is "what is your definition of success"?

Do you have a formula for your ingredients of success or are you following the main flow / definition of success?

Here's a vivid example, I had a very close friend who grew up in a male-dominant culture, but she had supportive parents, grew up to be independent, earned a medical degree, earned a master's degree in her field, and earned another graduate degree. Degree in Health Management from a leading university ...

He was loved and respected by

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Here's the deal:

Age (time / delay) is not the key factor (important but not # 1), the top priority factor is "what is your definition of success"?

Do you have a formula for your ingredients of success or are you following the main flow / definition of success?

Here's a vivid example, I had a very close friend who grew up in a male-dominant culture, but she had supportive parents, grew up to be independent, earned a medical degree, earned a master's degree in her field, and earned another graduate degree. Degree in Health Management from a leading university ...

He was loved and respected by all

She was beautiful, smart, healthy, and well established.

By all measures ... that was success

At a similar age to yours, she believed that something was missing in her own special formula "for raising a family"

She did ... but the long story interrupted, her husband died, leaving her alone to raise a child.

Circumstances changed

She had to redefine success, like her success as a parent, as she learned / experienced that single / widowed moms face more challenges than moms with a partner.

Years later, she put her "self-realization and documented success" on the shelf and began a new "selfless success" of raising her child alone.

The Morale of the Story Your definition of success is critical to what you can accomplish, but be prepared for the worst case scenario.

Also recognize that there is a factor of luck, such as the ladders and snakes board game, that has an impact.

Instead of saying yes or no, I give you a successful business model:

  1. Identify your definition of success
  2. Create a roadmap to reach the goal.
  3. Highlight challenges and sacrifices to achieve it.
  4. Think about detours and backup plans
  5. Insert personal motivation that can help you when the going gets tough.

Best of luck

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Yes! Do you know him. It is about the thirty-fifth president of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy, who took office at the age of 43 years 236 days. He was also the youngest president-elect in the United States, and still is! He himself, as well as the American people, must have had such great visions of seeing him do great things, and why not? After all, he was young, energetic, and charismatic. Also, he had a relatively liberal worldview compared to his predecessors (see his political views on the ongoing Vietnam War, for example). And then BAM !!! He's shot dead

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Do you know this man?

Yes! Do you know him. It is about the thirty-fifth president of the United States of America, John F. Kennedy, who took office at the age of 43 years 236 days. He was also the youngest president-elect in the United States, and still is! He himself, as well as the American people, must have had such great visions of seeing him do great things, and why not? After all, he was young, energetic, and charismatic. Also, he had a relatively liberal worldview compared to his predecessors (see his political views on the ongoing Vietnam War, for example). And then BAM !!! He is shot and killed while demonstrating in Dallas, Texas, at the age of 46 years and 177 days. Thus, he effectively got only a span of a few months less than 3 years! And it started so young.

Now look at this man ...

Yes, you know it too! It is the current president of the United States, Donald J. Trump. He is the oldest president-elect of the United States to take office at the age of 70 years and 220 days. He was sworn in as president on January 20, 2017, that is, 3 years 7 months from the date. So his age was certainly a disadvantage when considered with respect to the average life expectancy and general efficacy of humans by age. But the oldest president-elect of the United States has already exceeded the number of days of service in the nation, compared to the youngest president-elect in history.

What does this mean? It means that we all live our own lives, which are not at all comparable to someone else's. We have all started at different points, we have walked different paths and walked to different destinations. The only measure that is important in life is the happiness that one feels in the heart. 31 is young enough, and also old enough.

John B. Goodenough is the oldest person to become a Nobel laureate for his contribution to chemistry, at the age of 97! Malala Yousufzai is the youngest winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, at just 17 years old.

Could that mean that one of them is less accomplished than the other? Obviously not!

So relax! Try joining other part-time jobs, if possible. Or better yet, opt for additional classes to develop some skills. Spend time wisely, pursue hobbies, explore passions, train to stay fit, read a lot, meditate, cook, garden, grow some vegetables, learn to sing or play any musical instrument, start reading about space and time. , study global stock markets, learn about history, take a virtual tour of the world, watch good movies….

Do anything that increases your happiness. And never say never. 31 is just enough to start thinking mature!

Now here you will see many people who could motivate you by giving some examples like Donald Trump, Warren Buffett and many more as they have started late in their life. So according to that it is never too late or too early. You have to exert yourself from time to time equally, that is the fundamental rule to be successful. What I want to explain is that if you are in your early 20s you have to put in a lot of effort to be successful, just as if you are in your early 30s, the same rule applies.

So, it's early or late, the effort you have to make is the same. As you mentioned, your age is 31 and you are doing less paid work.

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Now here you will see many people who could motivate you by giving some examples like Donald Trump, Warren Buffett and many more as they have started late in their life. So according to that it is never too late or too early. You have to exert yourself from time to time equally, that is the fundamental rule to be successful. What I want to explain is that if you are in your early 20s you have to put in a lot of effort to be successful, just as if you are in your early 30s, the same rule applies.

So, it's early or late, the effort you have to make is the same. As you mentioned, your age is 31 and you are doing less paid work, which means you need to pay more attention to how to make these less paid wages become your highest assets. If you are married, you must earn as much as you can, as it is never enough money for a married person and if you are not, you must start investing in something, you must buy assets that will give you more results in less time.

The main thing is to cut your reckless extra expenses and save or invest them for your future because in your 50s or 60s there may be more inflation and with your lower salary you cannot cover your basic needs as well. How you would have been an adult child at that time.

So don't waste your time. Make time your asset. There is a sky is a limit for those who make efforts.

All the best👍

Like you, I have also started working late in life, with my thought process I can guess your situation. First of all, we started late because we wanted to become something else or probably in my case I haven't realized what I want to do, we just dream about it and waste our precious time on overthinking instead of acting. During this time, another problem is regarding yourself as an extraordinary person, which I mostly did. But in reality, I was heading to become overconfident until the situation in your life slapped you and made your eyes open to see reality. After that, the

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Like you, I have also started working late in life, with my thought process I can guess your situation. First of all, we started late because we wanted to become something else or probably in my case I haven't realized what I want to do, we just dream about it and waste our precious time on overthinking instead of acting. During this time, another problem is regarding yourself as an extraordinary person, which I mostly did. But in reality, I was heading to become overconfident until the situation in your life slapped you and made your eyes open to see reality. After that, the real life journey begins. I am not judging you or comparing you to me because we will both have a great future ahead of us. Yes,

Now if you are thinking of getting a low pay, don't be sad, consider it a penalty for the time we wasted earlier. And remember this famous Steve Jobs quote "The only way to do great work is to love what you do" and one day we will be there with what we always dream of. So do not feel depressed, it is enough that we already suffered it, it is time to change the scene now. I tell you that you will soon be successful. So be happy and keep up the great work.

It depends on your definition of success.

When I was around your age (30), I had just started an entry-level job as an IT consultant for a major law firm. He was earning enough to pay for a 2-bedroom apartment and a new SUV, but he didn't have much income to spend. To my friends, it seemed to be successful, but I felt like I could do more. So that same year, I decided to go back to school full time. I had a good support system (Pell grant, parents to borrow, boyfriend to live with) and hobbies that allowed me to earn a little extra money (music and catering).

It took me 2 years to finish college, and after graduation

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It depends on your definition of success.

When I was around your age (30), I had just started an entry-level job as an IT consultant for a major law firm. He was earning enough to pay for a 2-bedroom apartment and a new SUV, but he didn't have much income to spend. To my friends, it seemed to be successful, but I felt like I could do more. So that same year, I decided to go back to school full time. I had a good support system (Pell grant, parents to borrow, boyfriend to live with) and hobbies that allowed me to earn a little extra money (music and catering).

It took me 2 years to finish college, and after graduating I moved to New York at the age of 33. Once in New York, it took me exactly one year to get my dream job, and at that point I felt young, beautiful, free, and successful BUT the “dream job” didn't pay me enough to live in New York. . I finally moved to Los Angeles when a creative opportunity arose. Now I am 47 years old, I have university studies, I am still single, I am beautiful, free (and I am currently unemployed due to COVID-19).

So again, it depends on your definition of success.

The main takeaway here is that at the age of 30, I BELIEVED it was getting too late and it almost made me not even try, BUT IT'S NOT TOO LATE. It may not be everyone's definition of success, but man! ... I am enjoying this life because I chose to measure success by the amount of fun that I am having, and not necessarily by the amount of money that I am making.

It's never too late to add skills and education to your toolkit. I didn't finish college when I was in my 20s. I later got married and decided that if I was ever going to give my wife the life she deserved, I needed to increase my knowledge base, skills, and credentials by going back to college. I got an associate's degree in chemistry at 30. Then I got a bachelor's degree at 36. I have worked in the chemical / computer industry for over 24 years. Now I am finishing a master's degree at 56 years old. I had a lot of low-paying jobs before I got my first degree. That's a very typical college driver story.

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It's never too late to add skills and education to your toolkit. I didn't finish college when I was in my early twenties. I later got married and decided that if I was ever going to give my wife the life she deserved, I needed to increase my knowledge base, skills, and credentials by going back to college. I got an associate's degree in chemistry at 30. Then I got a bachelor's degree at 36. I have worked in the chemical / computer industry for over 24 years. Now I am finishing a master's degree at 56 years old. I had a lot of low-paying jobs before I got my first degree. That's a very typical story for college-driven people.

There is plenty of advice on what your major's focus might be, but look around at the careers / jobs that interest you or if you are driven only by money, then to reasonably higher paying careers (those that you can acquire a set of skills through credentials / college quickly). It is not enough to have a degree, you must have a meaningful title in the industry of interest that says you know what you are doing and can start contributing right away. One strategy on how to pay for college that I used is to look for employers who will reimburse your college expenses. That will take care of the money. Now you have to get down to business. And it's not just about working for someone else; You can start / buy your own business / company.

You need to acquire a valuable set of skills that others need or give you the confidence to do it yourself. Time is more valuable than money. It may not have more time, but the government will always print more money. So get smarter now. The most valuable personal asset you have is your knowledge and never the amount of money you have in the bank. So take some time to increase your skills and knowledge - it will be worth more and others will know.

Depends, low paid job? What field are you working in? Is there future growth you see? If there is no growth in the current field, then you need to develop new skills that are relevant. Developing new skills takes time and has its own challenges. bad, but financial responsibility increases when you get married. Take my brother, who is working for a slaughter of 14k per month for the last 3 years, he is 27 years old and has the necessary skills for this job, but growth in the field is slow. He tried to change the fie

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Depends, low paid job? What field are you working in? Is there future growth you see? If there is no growth in the current field, then you need to develop new skills that are relevant. Developing new skills takes time and has its own challenges. bad, but financial responsibility increases when you get married. Take my brother, who is working for a slaughter of 14k per month for the last 3 years, he is 27 years old and has the necessary skills for this job, but growth in the field is slow. He tried to change fields, he learned java and after learning java he did not apply for a job interview because he was afraid of the whole interview process in the IT field so he decided that the current job he has is good enough . Now my parents are trying to marry him off, as his salary is low, he is being rejected, and the tension continues to mount on everyone. 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It is never too late to succeed in life

Of course. It's too late!

Come on, dude! He has only lived 31 years and has not even reached the middle of his life.

Grandma Moses started painting at 76 and held an exhibition at 80. You are so young, what are you afraid of?

In my country, people always say that the best time to plant a tree is ten years ago, otherwise it is now. We also have an idiom called tardy, which means that people who play a big role in the world will live harder and experience more setbacks, so they won't be young when they succeed. Relax! Maybe you are God's chosen one

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Of course. It's too late!

Come on, dude! He has only lived 31 years and has not even reached the middle of his life.

Grandma Moses started painting at 76 and held an exhibition at 80. You are so young, what are you afraid of?

In my country, people always say that the best time to plant a tree is ten years ago, otherwise it is now. We also have an idiom called tardy, which means that people who play a big role in the world will live harder and experience more setbacks, so they won't be young when they succeed. Relax! Maybe you are God's chosen one and now you are experiencing setbacks.

Our time is much better! You can browse free courses on the internet, learn video editing, writing, programming and a language you like. These skills can be used as a bargaining chip for a higher salary. You can post your article, vlog, or live stream on the internet. If your content is good enough, it can help you earn extra money. You can also come to Quora to ask us questions and get life advice from people thousands of miles away.

The speed of transportation is much faster and you can go anywhere to find the job you want. At the same time, you can also meet more different people to find your true love.

There is no difference between the first and last years of life, only the difference between doing and not doing.

The greatest enemy of difficulty is action. So act fast, my strange friend. Don't let what we told you make no sense.

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