Born of a family of mechanics, I decided on a career in electrical/electronics because good mechanics use their ears to diagnose and mine didn't work. After getting my BSEE degree, I found out that deafness didn't fly very well with EE employers either, so I turned to construction and service and stayed there. Never held a job for more than 2 1/2 years and seldom worked a single trade more than once. When my hearing was restored after 40 years of profound deafness, I decided to try working for myself. All those trades that I had learned came together nicely when I tried out for inspecting. I had an ideal foundation without planning it that way. Now if the money could be just as ideal....
"If Guam gets too overpopulated, it might tip over." Congressman Hank Johnson (D) GA