At your age, with the economy the way it is?
Take ANYTHING you can get, even if you feel overqualified. Remember, at 17, you aren't going to get an office with a door, your own personal secretary, laptop, plus a $50,000 sign on bonus and $150,000 a year salary.
Ain't happenin'. Period. Not unless you start up your own company. And FYI: Computer nerds and IT
geeks are dime a dozen nowadays. I know (of those)people who have a degree or two, plus ten years experience, and they're selling cars, or painting houses.
Plus, you may have book smarts, but it's all theory and no practice. Continue going to school and working at least part job to gain work experience. You will learn the basics, which you will carry with you for the rest of your work life whcih are punctuality, relationships (no we're not talking about that hot blonde or your cousin Jasper), deadlines, dealing with a boss, and so on.
So you skipped a year of high school. Good for you. But at 17, delivering pizzas or waiting on tables shouldn't be beneath you.
My advice to you:
EVERYONE has to start somewhere. Build a resume any way you can. A degree looks good. A degree with REAL EXPERIENCE looks better.