i'd recommend looking into the military first if you're looking for that type of work. i'm not saying it's bad, but there may be next to no benefits for those positions in the civilian sector. the only one i know is Amazon that has some sort of employee education assistance program to help earn money for school for full time employees. but they're starting pay might not be great.
the military also has warehouse positions and construction as well as other labor type jobs if that's what you're looking for. as long as you have a high school diploma or GED, no major criminal record and health issues, you should be qualified to join, along with passing the ASVAB, which is high school knowledge.
but the military also has hundreds of other jobs that aren't all combat or infantry related as well. you get paid training, experience for four years, though some jobs require six. possible leadership training if you promote through the ranks. and many benefits after service like the GI Bill, which will help pay for higher education should you wish to pursue it.
but depending on the job and training you get, you very well could find a similar job that has good pay without needing a college degree. if you have the relevant experience, employers will look at that over just a college degree and no experience.
do some research. look online. watch videos of service members and their experiences. kyle gott is one on YouTube i would recommend. then see a recruiter for overall process and next steps, and if you qualify.