Is Being a Locksmith The Right Career for Me?
“Just like any other trades, there are upsides and downsides to being a locksmith. When deciding any career it is important to look at the upsides and downsides, and decide whether that career is a good fit for you. If you decide to become a locksmith, one thing you should like doing is working with your hands.”
Although not traditionally manual like construction or working at a warehouse, being a locksmith is definitely a manual job.You are constantly working with your hands, lifting heavy toolboxes and re key sets. Also, if you are not careful you may find yourself stabbing your own hands multiple times when trying to re key a customer’s lock. If your hands are already used to punishment they may not suffer from the stabbing. However, if your hands are soft you may find them getting adjusted over time. You may soon find yourself paying more attention the the life cycle of your skin than someone should be.
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Application Process to Become a Professional Locksmith
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Proponents for Application Process
However, there are also people who support legislation that requires locksmiths to be licensed and bonded. These people claim that requiring licenses prevents crime and acts as a sort of quality control of who can work in an industry which is vital for our 24 hour emergency security needs. Whichever position you happen to believe is the correct one, we do live in a representative democracy. It is the legislative branch’s job to create laws, therefore, if you wish to do something about this you should use those means.
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