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Carpenter

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Bryce Meers

on 29 April 2011

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Transcript of Carpenter

Job Description
1. Read blueprints so you can lay out the project.
2. Measure and cut lengths of wood.
3. Assemble the frames of buildings using nail guns or other tools.
4. Lift walls, floor joists, and roof beams into place then secure them.
5. Put in cabinets, doors, stairs, porches, and any other small projects in the buildings. Working Conditions
Carenters work for construction companies, carpentry contractors, or the maintenance departments of companies. Alot of carpenters are self-employed. Many work about 50 hours a week during a busy job.
The job take place in the summer but in other weathers they stop working or shorten their days of work.The hazards in a carpenter job include risk of falling and cuts from tools or sharp materials. Earnings
A carpenter makes $21 to $38 dollars an hour but Apprentices earn a percentage of what a labourer makes. If you work in a rainy or snowy city then you will lose work time so that means no money. Level 1
Apprentice Carpenter
They Make $10 to $20 dollars a hour
You need a High School Diploma
Need to be in a Apprenticeship program
You need to be able to know how to sand, provide general assistance to the senior carpenter, clean up, set up machines Level 2
Carpenter
Makes $30,000 to $50,000 a year
Completed apprenticeship
Designing and building projects on your own
Building client relationships Level 3
Senior Carpenter or Manager
Makes $50,000 to $70,000
Over 10 years of carpentry experience
Need to Supervise, oversee large objects, take on Apprentice Carpenters
Be able to coordinate a team of carpenters

Level 4
Business Owner
Makes $50,000 to $80,000 a year
10 years of carpentry experience
Knowledge of the business
Reliable contacts
Manage employees, accounting, advertising Carpenter Career Path Related Jobs
Architect, Bricklayer, Stonemason, Building Inspector, Cabinetmaker, Concrete Mason, Drywaller, Electrician, Flooring Installer, Glazier, Home Inspector, Insulator, Ironworker,Plasterer, Plumber, Renovator, Roofer, Tilesetter. Future Prospects
There are 23 jobs in my area which is around Fort St. John, Peace River, Prince George, Quesnel, Smithers and 24 jobs in British Columbia.

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