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Carpenter

Odds of Getting In

Your odds of getting in are good. The industry expands and contracts with the economic cycle and...well, people need places to live. And old places are falling down now so there is a lot of re-build work to be done—and luckily for you as a future carpenter, a lot of those crappy homes built in the 1950s weren’t built very well so they will be London Bridges for quite a while.

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