Nah 3 years minimum as soon as you finish high school. A good degree will most likely get you in the workforce immediately after you graduate.
EDIT: Ill stop being a party pooper and let you guys carry on with it
Good luck finding good work in todays job market, even with a degree.
Amen to that.
At the moment, I'm trying to come up with realistic item types for different price brackets.
£1-£25: Small scale stationery up to computer monitors (Just saw a Dell go for £26).
£25-£75: Budget digital compact cameras.
£75-£100: Up-market digital compact cameras.
£100-£150: Budget DSLRs (lenses and bodies seperate).
£150-£200: Decent, but second hand DSLR lenses. Cheap computer towers.
£200-£500: Up-market DSLRs (lenses and bodies seperate).
£500-£1000: Laptops and high end computing goods.
£10'000-50'000: Low end of the property market.
£50'000-£100'000: Low end of the family
£500'000-£750'000: High end of the property market.
Note: The property market is still fairly unstable, and currently, fairly unpredictable.