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/diy/ - Do-It-Yourself


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Hi /diy/, any advice for a would be apprentice plumber? I realized that I fucked up getting a meme art degree, so I've decided to break into trades. Plumbing seems like a decent fit for me. Ultimately; I'd like to specialize in new construction, but I don't mind dirty jobs for decent pay and a valuable skill. I'd like to build my own home one day... well several really, and I figure that being an experienced plumber could greatly help with that venture as well. Any advise on resources, guides, etc? I have my interview soon. Thanks.

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