Message from BloodEagle in tradworker #tradworker

2017-11-15 01:43:41 UTC  

So it doesnt hamstring you.

2017-11-15 01:43:58 UTC  

Agreed, in fact the more you know the more you can do on your off time for extra cash or personal projects.

2017-11-15 01:44:02 UTC  

Is it easy to get fired from a trade for being doxxed? What are the best trades?

2017-11-15 01:44:22 UTC  

I am a welder and they know I went to cville 2 and 3.

2017-11-15 01:44:26 UTC  

THey dont care.

2017-11-15 01:44:40 UTC  

It depends on the job though and how big you get.

2017-11-15 01:45:00 UTC  

If you are needed then they wont care, thats why you need to do your best to make it seem like if they got rid of you they would be taking a financial hit.

2017-11-15 01:45:08 UTC  

Like Johnny monoxide was make over 40hr and had no probs for a very long time

2017-11-15 01:45:15 UTC  

He was in a trade.

2017-11-15 01:45:26 UTC  

Now he got real big so he did face some recently

2017-11-15 01:46:12 UTC  

HVAC, Plumbing, Welding, and electric all seem to be the most recommended

2017-11-15 01:46:37 UTC  

If you are into art stuff welding is where its at.

2017-11-15 01:46:46 UTC  

There isnt much structure to it

2017-11-15 01:46:53 UTC  

It is a intuitive thing

2017-11-15 01:47:00 UTC  

Plumbing is hard work but it pays well, electric, and welding would be my top choices. Welding over all others though.

2017-11-15 01:47:00 UTC  

And it makes enough to support a family?

2017-11-15 01:47:06 UTC  

Maybe get some land?

2017-11-15 01:47:11 UTC  

Oh yeah

2017-11-15 01:47:12 UTC  

Welding will.

2017-11-15 01:47:30 UTC  

You will want to learn pipe and some exotic metals

2017-11-15 01:47:31 UTC  

I liked welding in the class i took

2017-11-15 01:47:42 UTC  

and the money making potential is off the chain

2017-11-15 01:47:46 UTC  

Feels smooth

2017-11-15 01:47:57 UTC  

Yeah its fun imo

2017-11-15 01:47:57 UTC  

Isn't it a traveling job though?

2017-11-15 01:48:04 UTC  

Depends again

2017-11-15 01:48:11 UTC  

Underwater welding is

2017-11-15 01:48:22 UTC  

But you also make a ton

2017-11-15 01:48:40 UTC  

You are out west. There are alot jobs out there that specialize in titanium and what not. You wouldnt have to travel for that.

2017-11-15 01:49:02 UTC  

Good to know

2017-11-15 01:49:03 UTC  

Also he is right underwater is travel but you make over 100hr.

2017-11-15 01:49:28 UTC  

You can do underwater for a few yrs and buy a mansion.

2017-11-15 01:49:54 UTC  

How hard is it to become an underwater welder?

2017-11-15 01:49:58 UTC  

Also for a quick job if you learn how to work on those giant wind mills out west that pays about 45hr starting pay.

2017-11-15 01:50:14 UTC  

It is not hard to become. It is hard to keep doing it is hard on your body

2017-11-15 01:50:32 UTC  

If you start young though you can do it for 10yrs and be done.

2017-11-15 01:50:33 UTC  

A lot of pressure on your bones.

2017-11-15 01:50:57 UTC  

Never heard of working out wind turbines

2017-11-15 01:51:03 UTC  

Might be interesting

2017-11-15 01:51:06 UTC  

There is a good underwater school in seattle and in miami.

2017-11-15 01:51:34 UTC  

Pressure on bones? That's why we got milk lol👌🏻