Q: What is it like working as a Carpenter?
Carpenter in Kingman:
"Wear and tear on body."
Be safe don't take chances or take your job for granted.
Carpenter in South Bend:
Pros: It not to hard to find steady work.
Cons: The people and everywhere dont like to pay.
Carpenter in Port Arthur:
"Companies with does not have enough work to keep me busy."
Pros: All my work is close to my house in any plant aroundI can be in any plant in 30 minutes.
Cons: The company I was with does not having to work to keep me busy I've been in this trade for 30 years plus ran three jobs will signature groupand the pay is not what it is supposed to be.
Carpenter in Savannah:
"Over worked; under paid. Too many chiefs, not enough indians."
Pros: I know most of the people that I work around, and the ones who get hired in.
Cons: People are too lazy and want to get paid to do nothing. No work ethic. Hear complaining too much. Under paid. People seem to have either low education or brain capacity.
Carpenter in Tupper Lake:
Sell all your stuff and go back to school .
Carpenter in Quincy:
Pros: I love doing what I do because I get to meet wonderful people and no two days are the same the field is constantly growing and changing and we must change with it.
Cons: Feeling like I'm being taken advantage of.
Carpenter in Dubuque:
Pros: Beautiful city.