So I've served my time as an apprentice, finished my NVQ level 3 and I have several opportunities; I can either stay on with my house builder company at the moment and become a site manager trainee (the only thing of which that appeals to me I'd the security); I can stay on site and continue house bashing new builds which can be enjoyable at times but is also repetitive, however this will keep my lifestyle at a similar pace I imagine; Finally I could look into shop fitting for a few years, which mainly I like the sound of as although it's a graft, it's more or less set out for you and it should be constantly different. The only thing stopping me being I do like time to do things at home and I know I get extremely stressed out when I feel like I have no time at all to do things. So my question is how worth it is shop fitting and do you think its worth a shot or shall I stick with what I know? How much can I expect to earn shop fitting compared to working under another captenter contracting. I could always leave the industry completely and flip burgers but that only appeals to me slightly. Cheers guys!