What's the best trade to learn?
I just want a good paying job I don't mind working hard aslong as I'm rewarded accordingly
desu m8 most trades in this case, there are obviously some that are less rewarding but they will be quite obvious.
a lot of trades have bottom end positions and top end, it's up to you to navigate your way through them, via hard work and networking. for instance >>16658109 mentions being an auto mechanic.
an auto mechanic can potentially be a lackey in a small town fixing busted cars in the heat of the day in a cramped wokshop OR you could be on the maintenance team for fucking NASCAR.
... not much advice here I guess just dropping a bit of info
welding is pretty lucrative from what I've heard
get underwater certified and any time you use that skill set it becomes hazard pay. you'd probably be up to your neck in work with oil companies
Welding. I get 35 an hour where I work and the company sends me all over the world to do warranty work. Schooling took 3 years and I paid back all my student loans after 4 months of work. Also don't listen to this faggot >>16659002 he has no idea what he's talking about. You have to be a master welder and scuba diver before you even apply for underwater welding training which takes years, and the pay is so high because there is a heavy fatality rate, most die on the job.