i have strong body but weak brain lol, do you think i should be construction worker I'm definitely gonna look in to that thanks!
Again, I would say it's good for short term only. I recommend you try to get into heavy equipment operation. The drivers and operators always make more. www.ziprecruiter.com/.../No-Experience-Heavy-Equipment-Operator
nah i woudnt be able to be a driver or operator i would accidentally crash it lol.
Best would be if you could make enough money to buy your own like a Bobcat (maybe $20,000) and then you could charge $50/hour for anyone wanting your services. www.ebay.com/.../293791335561
hey thats actually a good idea lol
So if I were to make a plan for you, I would say get a construction job, but save as much as you can (Ask your bank to set up an automated savings that puts $250-$500 of your paycheck into a savings account every month. And add more when you can). Then when you have about $20,000, buy a Bobcat and learn to use it carefully. You can then do work for people and start charging $50/hour. Once you feel confident about using it (about 500 hours of operation), you can start charging more, like $75 or $100/hour.
Bobcat is small and only has two handles. Very easy, probably easier than driving a car.
Don't forget you have a huge resource in the internet. You can search for information on anything:www.compactpowerrents.com/.../
im thinking i should work at mcdonalds lol
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what about warehouse jobs? They might pay better
In my area, most apprenticeships you will need a highschool diploma to start them..Skilled trades are good but will require thinking from time to time.Maybe he should look into getting a job as a "general labourer" in construction to start out and watch the different tradespeople to try to find one that would be appealing.
@Heiniken thank you