I'm applying for a Carpenters position but have never had a carpentry job, I just graduated. Would there be any point in adding my previous job experiences even though they have absolutely nothing to do with carpentry? My previous jobs include working at a grocery store, a deli, and in retail.
Need 5 or 6 small carpentry jobs done around our house. Don't know how to find a trustworthy, experienced carpetner or handyman. What kind of credentials can I ask for when hiring someone for the first time? Do they need licenses, insurance, etc?
He does some plumbing, electrical, pressure washing, small carpentry jobs, gutter cleaning. I want to be able to have one thing he can do & make the most money at but we have done a variety for a long time so I was wondering if other had ideas.
I am thinking of moving from Long Island, NY down to Raleigh, NC. However, I do not know if there is a good amount of jobs in Raleigh for carpenters. Anyone have any insight on the state of finding a carpentry job in Raleigh? To be honest anything has to be better than living on Long Island, just too expensive here.
To go and seek union carpentry jobs in canada, for a family with young children?
Iv herd job are available but yet i dont have a clue how to go about it, im 20 years old and fully qualified carpenter. im in NSW at the moment but that doesn't mean i have to be in this state to do the work.
any help please
What jobs could men in Tudor england have that would help them aquire wealth? Would it be a job like working for the King or something like Carpentry? What jobs paid well?
I'm in charge of producing a short 2 minute video of a camp that is happening next week. Its all about women working at carpentry, welding and electrical jobs. Are there any songs that will accurately portray this event?
I'm thinking of going into carpentry and my school offers a ABC carpenter and a carpenter aprenticeship program. What is the difference between the two?
I would like to help my husband start off his own carpentry trimming business but he needs my help. He wants me to search online for builders and stuff like that but I have no clue as to where to start to find him clients. I guess I would be the one helping him out and being his secretary. I really want to help him because I know he can make more money on his own rather then working for someone. Please help I need sources ...
I prefer Babylonian job specializations, but it can be anything from the Hittites, Persians, Phoenicians, or Assyrians. I've been looking for this answer for a while and this was my last resort, so please help!
Please answer! 10 points for the best one!
I do woodworking as a side hobby. I usually make Doors, cabinets and even smaller stuff like carts and tables. I was wondering if the military has any jobs relating to this.
What are some decent respectable jobs for a man without a degree? Besides Carpenter or Construction?
How do people learn something so hands on such as carpentry on a online course? I called penn foster online school and they won't even e plain it to me.
The work experience section is a required field so I cant skip it, I have to put something down I just dont know what. Also, the jobs im applying for are sales associate, server, etc...
Or even in high school. At 17/18.
Preferably NOT fast food, but something to help me find what I am interested in. I know I am able to work at animal shelters at 18 because I volunteered there over the summer. I am interesting in animals and artistic jobs, like cosmetology or graphic design. Are then any ways to shadow people to see if you are truely interested in that career?
Im trying to find construction jobs, but im not surre where to look, the type of contruction im msearching for would be instalations andall types of carpentry.
My brother decided to enlist in the U.S. Army Reserves,
and before taking the ASVAB, he was assigned a automated logistics specialist (basically warehouse stuff). He got a 91 on the ASVAB, and he was reassigned a different job...
Carpentry and Masonry specialist in the engineering unit.
I don't know much about this stuff, but I want to do some research myself...
What are the benefits of earning a higher score on the ASVAB?
with his current score, what are some other options he can explore?
Well, I guess it is a pretty stereotypical problem...I realized I hated college, dropped out, and am now looking for something different and new....I was curious about some great paying industrial jobs in isolated sections of Canada and Alaska...Any suggestions?
Hi im thinking of moving from the uk to the sydney area can anyone tell me if there is many carpentry jobs around there and how easy is it to find a job thanks