Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
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. Of you. Learn your craft. Be look and act professional.
Carpenter in Waco:
Listen and watch what your supervisor does. Learn as much as you can.
Carpenter in Chicago:
"Passion over Money."
Don't do it for the pay check do it for the love of building things !
Carpenter in Orlando:
"How hard it was to find work."
Quit and go back to school.
Carpenter in Honolulu:
Wood is good. Money is better.
Carpenter in New York:
"Taking a lower pay."
Look more into a company.
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.