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Builder in Southampton:
Pros: close to home
Cons: the pay
It’s okay. Not the greatest.
Builder in Hudson:
Pros: I like to build I genuinely enjoy building and manufacturing trusses and wall panels
Cons: Management communication. And employees not treated the same as others
Pros: I've learned how to make Tables.
Cons: The pay is terrible, there's no paid vacation, there's no workers Comp, taxes do not get taken out, there's no overtime no matter how many hours are being worked.
Knowledge that commuting time was unpaid.
Ensure you are paid fairly for the trades you perform.
Pros: Building custom crates for shipping.
Cons: Could be paid more for what I do.
Builder in Palmerston North:
Pros: Rewarding work team work satisfaction practical challenging.
Cons: Long hours tight deadlines communication break downs . Potential for job uncertanty due to supply and demand /econemy.
Making it work for you.
Builder in Grinnell:
Take pride in what you are doing and learn all you can, make the job your own.
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