“The ideal apprenticeship job, and why.”
Just yesterday I went to the BATC. Bridgerland Applied Technology College. At this College you learn skills in fields that need them instead of a degree. There is over 40 departments in the College, and you get payed for working in the school. There is a painting house in the building, and you get payed to work on your own car. About $18 per hour. With classes coasting about $1.50 per hour. This College is based on skills, and it is like an Apprenticeship at school. If you want to learn how to weld, go to this BATC. If you want to learn how to paint like you are a mythical person, then go to BATC.
This is the ideal apprenticeship job, and the reason why is that you get the hands on experience. You get payed to work there, and you pay to get classes. You would get everything you need just like an apprenticeship and more. There are lots of jobs that needs a skill in order for you to do good. What I heard yesterday was that the skill to no skill jobs was 7-1. A skilled job would be welding, an unskilled job would be playing games and uploading it to youtube. Simple as that.
What I would be is a pilot. Being a Pilot is a skill, you need the hours of training to be good, and to be safe. Pilots don’t get good by just reading about flying, they get good by training in the plane, for hundreds of thousands of hours. The US Air Force has pilots that trained for hundreds of thousands of hours, and they are flying jets that travel at Mach speeds, that shoot missiles, and they can do there stuff in seconds.
Train Engineers were probably apprentices when they started their job. Ship operator, welder, auto shops where they fix your car’s up, robot builder, programer, hacker, cooking, bucher, farmer, detective, construction worker, Business owner, learning martial arts, doctor, dentist, woodworkers, forging metals, and many more.
Number one thing you need to do is to get a skill that no one has, and to get a job in that skill so it would be hard to replace you. You can also make your own company and get good working people to help do jobs around the city. Later on you can teach your own apprentice, and get your company to grow more and more.
Second thing is to make a company that would thrive on the skill you have and the people you hire have. Continue to grow your company to make more money.
Third thing is to retire when you are wealthy, or that you can stay out of a job until you die. Your apprentice will probably keep the company going, or he would sell it because of how successful he was, and now the company fell into bad times.
So remember to get a skill that is hard to replace, get a job and an apprentice, and then retirer.