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i've heard carpentry is extremely profitable and easy. i am looking for a job but i don't know what to do. i thought carpentry could be a good call because its highly paid and you barely have to sweat.

does anyone here on /adv work with carpentry? share your experiences.
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this has to be some kind of shill. i swear to fucking god /adv/ has been run over by carpenter shills and /r9k/ spergs
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>>16792315
Either a shill by some kind of national carpentry group or one guy who started something to turn into a meme and possibly doesn't even really do that for a living and just picked it randomly.
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>>16792311
My experience with carpentry included lots of drinking on the job and lots more drinking after the job.

Money was pretty good i guess, but don't listen to the carpentry fags who say it will fix all your problems. I've lived the carpentry life dog and it ain't all glamour
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>>16792311
Profitable for master carpenters, this takes time, patience, skill and determination. Probably not the career path to get rich quick.
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Carpentry certainly is a great career to get into right now! Let's check it out...

- Very strong job market. Employers are desperate for anyone with even basic carpentry skills, and will happily help you learn on the job. In some areas they'll even take on young folk with no prior knowledge or experience for paid apprenticeships.
- Solid future prospects. Carpentry is a career for life. Laugh as ever more white collar workers see their jobs disappearing to India, or even being done by computers. People are always going to need carpenters, and they're always going to have to be local.
- Pick your work type. There are part time jobs and full time jobs with full benefits going for anyone with carpentry skills, or you can work freelance at people's homes or businesses for even higher hourly rates. If you like, you can do carpentry as a hobby in time not spend on a main job, but still create beautiful woodwork and get well paid.
- The satisfaction of a job well done. Increasingly, people work in areas where it's hard to even know how what they're doing is in any way constructive, or to tell the difference between good and bad work. In carpentry, every moment that you're working you can see the solid results of the quality work you're doing, and at the end of a project you get the fulfilment of looking on your creations with pride
- Good working environment: people are happy to have found a good carpenter, and can appreciate your skills and dedication. That leads to a happy working environment and good relations with clients, managers, and other colleagues and tradesmen.
- Work life balance: when you're off the clock, you're not taking your work home with you. You'll never get work emails and calls to deal with on evenings and weekends, so you can enjoy your time off with friends and family.
- Studies show that working with your hands is better for your physical and mental health than sedentary and computer-based jobs, or indoor environments such as retail.
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god tier career, go for it.
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>>16792328

>Money was pretty good i guess, but don't listen to the carpentry fags who say it will fix all your problems. I've lived the carpentry life dog and it ain't all glamour
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>>16792353
- Studies show that working with your hands is better for your physical and mental health than sedentary and computer-based jobs, or indoor environments such as retail.

What about if it's a computer job but you are still sort of with your hands like IT jobs are though? I guess you mean more the office cubical type of thing where people are doing reports on Excel spreadsheets?
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>>16792326
workin that meme magic... and doin a bad job at it.
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>>16792311
gettin tired of your shit, get the fuck outa here.
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