First of all, I know this may not be of any help, but if you ever want to talk, I am around to listen.
I often feel like nobody cares or wants to listen, especially when I'm suicidal. Talking to someone who is suicidal, or even a person just struggling with things, seems like too much for some people to deal with. It is easy for them to ignore you when they can't imagine what you're feeling or aren't sympathetic to your situation.
I went through something similar recently, where I had to quit my job (I am eighteen, if that means anything) because I worked in a kitchen where there were so many things I could harm myself with. I was too anxious to go there every day. And my parents freaked out, called me a disappointment, all that stuff. But I realized that other things are more important to me. I guess what I am trying to say is that you should live your life for you, and your mental health is more important than money; it is even more important than education. You should do what you can to go where your heart leads you, rather than following a path that society suggests. If you aren't sure what that is yet, you could try to take a break to figure it out, because you are the most important thing in your life. You have to take care of yourself first and foremost.
Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help. Like someone else said, 1-800-273-TALK can also be very helpful.