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I quit college to start my own business and now I’m earning £500 a week – people say my job is a joke…but I love it

The teenager who dropped out of college to start his own business now earns £500 a week, though some trolls think his job is a joke.

Oakley Inkersel, 19, from Christchurch, New Zealand, decided to give up her studies to become her own boss.


Oakley Inkersel dropped out of college to start his own businessCredit: TikTok/@cleanercars.nz
Now, at 19, he's dominating the New Zealand car rental market.


Now, at 19, he’s dominating the New Zealand car rental market.Credit: Cleaner Cars

Despite his eagerness to break into the business world, he explained that his time in higher education was “absolutely disgusting.”

After combining his passion with his past experience cleaning cars, this young man found another path to success.

“Everyone has a car, but it always gets dirty,” Oakley wrote in a LinkedIn post.

“For me, that means huge market size, lots of regular business, and high customer LTV.”

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In January of this year, he took the plunge and launched a mobile car valet service business, Cleaner Cars.

The 19-year-old has successfully revived a dirty, neglected motor that desperately needs cleaning.

He regularly shares videos of his stomach-churning work on his TikTok account and amazes his 16,000 followers with his transformations.

While many fans praise Oakley, others accuse him of inadequate charging and say he could make more money elsewhere.

One person pointed out, “Hey, I’m running out of battery! Do some market research.”

Another said, “You’re so stupid, but if you’re that independent, you should work more a week.”

Oakley decided to give a behind-the-scenes look at his business in one of his posts, revealing his transition from education to entrepreneurship.

The boy claimed to have a thriving car valet service business, earning several hundred pounds a week.

He explained: “I’m a 19 year old New Zealander and just started a mobile car grooming business in Christchurch.

“I went to college and I hated college! So I decided to start my own business and be my own boss.

“Working for yourself means that you can be your own boss and you can earn over $1,000 (£500) a week just by cleaning one or two cars a day. there is.”

According to Oakley, Cleaner Cars is now fully booked by customers a week in advance, even though it only advertises through word of mouth and TikTok.

“Take a chance and have never been happier than now! You should too,” he captioned. clip.

The savvy businessman said he plans to hire more staff to conquer the New Zealand car wash market.

Social media users were so impressed with the young entrepreneur’s success that the comments section was flooded with praise.

One person wrote, “I love this guy! Great job.”

Another said, “Keep it up, it’s all about being your own boss.

The third said, “This is great! I hope your business grows and expands. I would love to use your services. Keep up the good work. This is great!” It is!” added.

And the fourth person called out, “Good job! I’ll check it out next time I’m nearby.”

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19-year-old says he makes £500 a week for being his boss


19-year-old says he makes £500 a week for being his bossCredit: TikTok/@cleanercars.nz
Oakley says business started in January is doing well


Oakley says business started in January is doing wellCredit: TikTok/@cleanercars.nz

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