Cons In Carpentry
There are cons in carpentry that could affect your outlook on the carpentry business in a hole. In this part of the site I will be going over the cons so that you will get a better understanding on what you will be getting into if you are thinking about starting a carpentry career.
First of all carpenters do not work all year. Imagine being a carpenter and you are finishing up your carpentry project, after you are done you should have another job lined up. But in this weak economy it could be very difficult to accomplish this tough task. It is very possible that a carpenter may only work 9 months out of the year. That means carpenters really have to be responsible with their money to make it in general.
Second carpenters sometimes have to work outside meaning they are subjected to extreme weather conditions. I live in New Jersey and the winters can get very cold as well as the summers get very hot.
Third as a carpenter must be really good at working with has tool as well as being a good businessman. There have been jobs that I had to be the foreman, worker business manager, and a host for the customer. There could be many hats that you have to wear if you plan on opening up your own carpentry business.
I know that I have explained some of these points throughout the website but I want to get I through you the reader that the carpentry business can be tough and is not so rosy like they show on TV.
There is no doubt that the economy is doing poorly carpenters all over the U.S.A are unemployed and I am thinking that it may only get worse. The only thing that we can do as a people in a hole is have faith that the economy will rebound in time and that everything will be alright.
Personal Testimony I was going to buy a house but I decided to hold off until this storm clears and if you are in the position were you can afford nice things or a home a suggest that you hold on to your money until this storm blows over Good Luck and God Bless
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