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Ironworker in Columbus:
Pros: Big city big money
Cons: The drive
Stressful long hours.
Ironworker in York:
Pros: Opportunity for scale jobs
Cons: Unfair pay and hours
Ironworker in Atlanta:
Pros: It is well paid
Cons: Some people are job scared. So they’re afraid to make decisions on their own. So many dumb rules
I do not work in Galt. We have been working in San Fransisco.
Ironworker in Galt:
Pros: I like living in Galt.
Cons: It is expensive to live in a small farm.
Love this city.
Ironworker in Wichita:
Pros: I love watching and being a part of building this city grow.
Cons: It can get a little cold from time to time.
Overall its good. Theres alot of neglect and lack of communication.
Ironworker in Birmingham:
Pros: At the moment not much
Cons: The pay is and sounds always has been in favor of the migos.... With or with out exp.. No raises false promises
Not much work in elkton mostly traveling to Baltimore and below.
Ironworker in Elkton:
Pros: Small company.
Cons: None of the work is in elkton
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