Yes, there are a few out there, but on the average, training in a technology, such as technical schools, even a two-year degree in a special field such as the medical profession, will generally pay a good deal more than most less skilled service jobs.One of my jobs as a teacher was being responsible for helping my high school special needs students get employment and work with their employers. I saw that there was a need for specialized training very quickly. Department of Rehabilitation can be helpful in helping secure jobs. Employment agencies charge for their services, but can eliminate some of the hassle in looking for a job on your own. Newspapers and the internet, as well as job fairs are other common sources for the jobs search and all can be successful avenues." Learn a skill and earn more doe", is the general expectation. Banding together may be good in some cases, such as forming a band, yard work business, cleaning services and even such things as food services. Look for training though, to make more of a salary, in most cases.