|Posted by hj on December 05, 2003 at 13:34:19:|
|In response to Re: plumbing career|
Unless your own home, like the shoemaker's kid's shoes or the carpenter's house, is the last thing that gets done completely and correctly.
: : Unfortunately I am about to get laid off at my job. I am considering going to the local votech school for plumbing. I'm 33 years old but in good physical condition. Is this too old to begin a career in plumbing? Will employers hire plumbing apprentices this old? The job market seems good for plumbers, am I correct? Any advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you
: I was older than that (and a woman) when I started plumbing. A good plumber will always have a job. Study hard and do every job like it was your own home.