I'm going to school right now to earn a mathematics degree to enter the actuarial field, but I'm just tired of learning. I want a break; perhaps I'd just go job-hunting if I'm not going to school. I'm tired of leaching off my mother for funds to go to college. She's nearing retirement age, and so is my father. They can't keep me afloat forever. I'm tired of worrying about grades, and all this stress associated with worrying about if I'm able to handle school for much longer. I don't even enjoy school anymore; I admit that that's a childish reason to go to school. Even so, though, not being able to enjoy learning the material is a detriment to my being able to retain it. I know that I'm not supposed to school to enjoy it. I'm going to school to be an actuary. But I don't have any mental strength to keep reading and trying to understand the material that's taught to me. It's like, my brain's slowing down after three years of not accomplishing anything in school. I can't focus nowadays. I'd rather just quit and get a job, even if for a little while. What do you think?