Being grateful for what you have--3 square meals, a roof over your head, and so on--may become your base for building a better life. At first, you might have to maximize your inner sense on weekends, after work, a few minutes of prayer in the morning, etc. Then, Maslow's self-actualization steps and levels can be applied to your workplace: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maslow's_hierarchy_of_needs If you have a decent supervisor, be willing to put in a few minutes before or after shift, and you might advance in the "slave hierarchy."
Also, talking with a counselor such as at https://www.hopefortheheart.org can help, a good relationship can help ("For Couples Only," "Finding a Higher Love"), and you can find generally helpful ideas in books such as "Man, Master of His Destiny" and "101 Things Every Young Adult Should Know."
Your pic shows a young man; be kind and pay your future self forward with a regular paycheck contribution into an interest-bearing retirement account (talk with a bank or your employer or go online to fed gov search); modest, regular contributions when you're young are, by the magic of compounding interest, very lucrative.