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Advice and council young train to be independent in future by give guidlines

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Its full time work if you show up to work every day and work hard. You may see a few days off here and there but what construction company doesnt have that?

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They never have consistent work and lead u on

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Tradesman doesn't pay

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They hire ANYONE AND EVERYONE

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No drug screen

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Show up on time. Not early, not late, but on time. Have your application completed or at least have the information you need to complete it available. Do not fuss about having to complete an application- if you can't be bothered to put an effort into getting hired, how can we expect you to put an effort in while working? Ask questions and be honest. Don't try to hide stuff or sugarcoat it- a good interviewer will pick up on dishonesty very quickly. What you wear is not a huge deal, but be presentable (unless you came straight from work to the interview). This is advice from someone who does the hiring for this company. You won't get a better answer than that.

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Field experience is preferred, but I have hired guys fresh out of school before- as long as references check out and the instructors will vouch for the skill level.

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It depends on the local market and a little bit on the time of year, but in the Central PA (Harrisburg area) market, apprentices will be paid between $17 and $22 an hour, depending on the job and their skills and type of previous experience.

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