7 List Of Jobs That Men Can Do!

Last Updated on June 14, 2021 by Bob De Generio

Men can do a lot of things that women can’t. They’re stronger, they have more stamina, and they just aren’t afraid to get dirty! From plumbers to construction workers to mechanics, there are some jobs that are only for men. Read on for the 11 best jobs for men!

Here Are The 7 Jobs That Men Can Do:

1. Landscaping

2. Carpentry

3. Painting

4. Plumbing

5. Electrician 

6. Sports Job

7. Construction Worker

Landscaping

Landscaping is a job that will have you outside more than inside. You’ll be doing the hard labour of digging, planting trees, trimming hedges and much more!

Some landscapers are also responsible for sprinkler installation or other home exterior work like siding installation and window replacement. With such a hands-on role in your clients’ yards, this profession can lead to many referrals as often homeowners want their landscaper back who did such great work on their property last year!

But before you decide if this career path might suit you, consider how difficult it may be on the body when lifting heavy plants or equipment over your head all day long. Not to mention heavy pressure from carrying hoses around the yard or up and downstairs.

This profession is a great fit for people who enjoy being outside, have an eye for design, can lift heavy materials with ease and want to make lots of money!

There are some downsides though, like not having many days off in the summer because you’ll be constantly working on homes or yards while they are at their busiest time of year. You may also need to work weekends during the winter when customers are looking for a way to beat the winter chill.

If you like working outside, can lift heavy materials with ease and want to make lots of money then this may be exactly the career path for you!

However, if there’s anything else that interests you more or if it will be too physically demanding on your body, do not give up hope yet because we have plenty of other careers in store for those who love cooking food as much as they enjoy eating it.

Carpentry

Carpentry is a fantastic career for those who are good with their hands and want to work with wood. Carpentry requires you to be able to physically lift up heavy materials, which means that there are plenty of jobs available for strong men (and women!). You’ll need the skills necessary in order to measure correctly when cutting pieces of timber or lumber. If you’re skilled in carpentry then it’s quite possible that this is your dream job!

Carpenters must be able to:  – measure correctly when cutting pieces of lumber or timber.

– lift heavy materials like wood up and down a ladder, scaffolding, etc.

– use carpentry tools effectively for tasks such as sawing boards into lengths or repairing broken window sills with good precision.

– read plans and blueprints in order to carry out the right measurements accordingly (a knowledge that can easily be picked up).

– have problem-solving skills in case unforeseen problems occur on site during construction work which may require them to adapt their task appropriately so it is completed efficiently without too many delays.

In summary, if you’re sure you would love this career then just go ahead and apply! Millions are trying to come up with an alternate solution.

Painting

Painting is one of the best jobs for men to do. Painting is a job that needs concentration and focus as well as being creative at times. The painting industry can offer many opportunities because they are always in need of more painters no matter what kind of work, even if it’s just basic maintenance on buildings or something else like creating art pieces with paint (even those types require strong coordination skills).

If you’re good enough you could also become an artist by displaying your paintings publicly or selling them online! In this case all requirements will be met and there won’t be any objections about whether only men would want this career.

The first step when entering into the world of painting is to find out where training centres exist so you’ll be able to get the necessary skills. Training centers may be community colleges or trade schools, for example in some areas there are courses offered by small private enterprises that provide training on how to paint houses and other buildings.

Plumbing

If you become a plumber, your skills will be in great demand. As with any profession, there are certain advantages and disadvantages to plumbing: it is physically demanding work that requires good physical fitness; people who have the required training can make much more money than those without specific expertise; some areas may not allow women into this field because they consider it too dangerous for them or difficult to carry out their duties adequately. 

In these cases, you could take up another career path and focus on other professions where no such restrictions exist (as mentioned before).

In order to become successful at plumbing, you’ll need an apprenticeship as well as certification by a state’s licensing board also known as getting a license because of physical limitations.

What is a plumber?

A plumber works in water, pipes and drainage systems to fix leaks or clogs. They may also install fixtures such as bathtubs, sinks and toilets.

Some plumbing jobs are more physically demanding than others; for example, working at high altitudes can be difficult because the air pressure makes it hard to breathe. Plumbing technicians who work with live wires have dangers that come from electrical shocks or fall if they’re not wearing protective gear (gloves, boots).

In addition, there’s always the danger of being cut by sharp tools or chemicals used in some trades like drain cleaning–or worse yet subjecting oneself to hazardous materials when using their hands too.

Electrician

An electrician is a person who installs, diagnoses and repairs electrical wiring (both commercial and residential) systems as well as other electro-mechanical devices that operate by power.

Electricians work in many industries including construction, manufacturing or telecommunications. They may travel to perform their jobs on site, they can also be found performing routine maintenance tasks at office buildings or homes.

The trade requires knowledge of the National Electric Code and extensive worker training which takes four years for apprenticeships followed by the Illinois State Licensing exam. A master’s degree is required for senior leadership positions such as supervising an entire team of workers; additionally, some trades require licensing depending on location where you live within the United States.

During this time period, an electrician can expect to make about $45,000 per year.

Sports Job

Roughly half of all professional athletes are hired on a part-time basis, with many earning only enough to get by. In general, they make between $50 and $70 thousand per year because their salary is supplemented by winnings won in competitions as well as from endorsements.

Athletes who play for teams located within the United States must be citizens or have permanent residence visas; those that represent foreign nations need work permits granted before being able to participate professionally.

Additionally, most professionals spend about 50 hours practicing each week while balancing other responsibilities such as family life and schooling obligations. The average number of years an athlete can maintain this type of schedule ranges anywhere from four to ten – depending on his individual talents and how much.

Construction Worker

Construction workers are men who work in a trade that involves the construction of buildings. They use machines, tools, and their physical labor to put together structures such as homes, office buildings, or shopping malls. As one of the most physically demanding jobs out there, it’s not surprising that many people with this occupation have high levels of testosterone – on average more than double what is found in females!

A typical worker might earn about $16 per hour for an eight-hour shift with overtime available and benefits may include health insurance coverage and paid time off from work based on the number of hours worked annually. Construction sites can be dangerous places though so safety gear like hard hats are worn constantly while working; additionally, they must wear steel toe boots because heavy equipment works on a construction site for 12 hours a day, five to seven days per week.

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