The wrought iron industry is the cornerstone of the U.S. economy, employing millions of Americans.According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the industry employs nearly 14 million people, employing roughly 13 million workers.It's worth a lot of money to workers, too.The industry's wages are a whopping $1.2 trillion per year.In 2016, the average worker made an average wage of $30,000 per year, ac...
Posted September 14, 2018 10:47:51 The number one thing I’ve learned is that the best craftsmen don’t work for free.
They’re not paid to do it, they’re not free.
Craftsmanship isn’t about doing something for free and the money will come.
The craftsmanship is earned, not earned for free, and I learned that lesson the hard way.
I had a few bad experiences when it came to being a craftsperson.
I started out as a mechanic and the wages weren’t great, but after I got some experience, I realized that they were a better deal.
I worked in a small shop and they were happy to pay me for my work.
They weren’t the best paying, but I was happy.
I started getting a lot of commissions for my services.
There are lots of craftspeople out there who don’t have a lot in common, but they’re all very good at what they do.
This isn’t the time to start telling people how to do their jobs.
I’ll do my best to teach you the basics, but the most important thing is to understand the difference between craftsmanship and service.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the craftsmanship trade and how to apply it to your craft.
We’ll also discuss how to choose the right tool for your job and how you can be a great craftsprentice.