Spoken like one who has no idea about how it really is, just from hearing from others.Hindenburg1 wrote: ↑Sep 11th, 2017 9:10 amGoing into the trades should be your absolute last resort. It's just as hard to crack into a good paying trade job as it is to a good paying office job. These "40$/hour plumber, electrician" positions that people are throwing around will very well take you a decade if not more to get to. You'll be closing in on 40 by the time you crack into it. After that you might have 20 years left of running around working in all weather conditions at best before your joints start giving out.
But it doesn't matter, the more people who view it like this, the more money we make. And right now I'm sitting happy at $80 per hour.
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