What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Carpenter in Portland:
"Accuracy. Safety. Team."
Measure twice; cut once. Keep a sure foot. You can use all the help you can get!
Carpenter in Tampa:
"Make sure you get paid what you are worth."
Do the job right the first time. Work to the best of you ability, As long as.
You are going to work, work hard. If you make your boss look good or.
Make money you become more valuable and they will tend to take care.
Learn your craft. Be look and act professional.
Carpenter in Bellingham:
Show up on time. Be observant so you learn what needs to be done on a job so you can help get things done without having to be told, cleaning work area, proper safety and tool care. Time is money, and safety and neatness help company with regulatory officials, insurance companies, and most of all customers who refer you to more business and often become your friends.
Carpenter in Gary:
"Share Your Skills With New Carpenters."
Work hard and try to learn something every day and pass your skills to others.
Carpenter in Manchester:
"Being Good At Your Job Is Not Always Good For Advancement."
If you are too good at your job it's hard to be replaced so you can take on a different roll in the same company. They tend to rely on you in the position you're and not allowed you to move up.
I would suggest that you become good but keep an eye on your future path so you do not get stuck where you are.
Carpentry has been a great field to be in and would advise anyone that likes to work with their hands to do this job. It does have it's rewards.