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By: Isaac Demmers. Carpenter. What is a Carpenter. The definition for carpenter is. A person who makes and repairs wooden objects and structures. When being a carpenter your projects can turn out how ever you want them to. You can make them as big as you want or as small as you want.

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What is a Carpenter

The definition for carpenter is.

A person who makes and repairs wooden objects and structures.

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When being a carpenter your projects can turn out how ever you want them to. You can make them as big as you want or as small as you want.

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The Earnings for a Carpenter

Carpenters are usually paid an hourly wage, which can range from about $12 to $34 an hour. If they can find year-round, full-time work, this works out to about $25,000 to $71,000 a year. The lowest wages are earned by apprentices or helpers, who earn about half the wage of fully qualified carpenters. The median hourly wage for all carpenters is about $19, which translates to about $39,000 a year.

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Required Education

Most employers recommend an apprenticeship as the best way to learn carpentry. These programs combine on-the-job training with related classroom instruction. Apprentices receive instruction in blueprint reading, freehand sketching, basic mathematics, and different carpentry techniques. In addition, they learn about safety and first aid.

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Carpenters are employed by construction companies, carpentry contractors, and the maintenance departments of factories, plants, schools, and government buildings. Many are self-employed. Carpenters are often mobile, working in a variety of places. Although a high percentage of jobs are on construction sites, they may also work in their own shops or at customers’ homes.

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Reasons why I want to be a carpenter

I would like to be a carpenter because it is something I have always been interested in. My uncle is a carpenter and I remember spending days in his shop just watching him work on projects. Ever since I been interested in the career

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Types of carpenter.

  • Scenic carpenter
  • Form work
  • Framer
  • Cabinetmaker
  • Ships carpenter
  • Trim carpenter
  • Finish carpenter
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sources

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpentry
  • https://www.careercruising.com/Careers/Suitable4U.aspx?LoginID=5dcea424-03fa-4fe9-a25f-7ea91120955e-4&OccNumber=76&MM=1&MMID=9272877
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