If you're interested in the field you do have a lot of options. You can go to a trade school and become an electrician. If you want to be an Electrical Engineer going to a 4 year college and getting a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering would be another way.
If you're just interested in electrical work in general you can always pick up a hobby now tinkering with small projects, here is a quick link to some more complex projects you can look at: https://www.elprocus.com/top-electrical-project-ideas-for-engineering-students/
If you're not really sure about any of the above and just want to know a little more about how electricity works in general, this link will help you: https://www.rapidtables.com/electric/electrical_basic.html
I'll give you a little take on my experience: I originally went to NC State University for Electrical Engineering, ended up not liking it as much as I thought I would and ended up going into Software Engineering instead. I still do electrical work on the side as a hobby :)
Hope this helps!
You can get into electric job by two ways -
If you are fresher you can try and get job through Campus placement .
Else , you can prepare for any competitive exams and crack it to get into the government jobs .