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What do you enjoy most about being a plumber?
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Your answer can be a little bit personal if you are comfortable with that. This question is designed for the interviewer to get to know you a little bit better. What makes you happy to go to work every day? You could answer something like this: "The thing I enjoy most about being a plumber is being able to solve serious problems for home owners. The relief that they feel once their issue has been fixed is great and it makes me feel good to know that I helped them out." You could also answer in a more concise was such as, "Every day is an exciting challenge because there is always something new to learn. That is what I enjoy most about being a plumber."
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"The thing I enjoy most about being a plumber is being able to solve serious problems for home owners. The relief that they feel once their issue has been fixed is great and it makes me feel good to know that I helped them out."

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User-Submitted Answers

What do you enjoy most about being a plumber?
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Be it setting up a new system for a building/residence or fixing a residential problem, I would really enjoy helping people.
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The fact it is challenging and learning all the different aspects of plumbing.
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I like to work with my hands, that is what I enjoy most about plumbing.
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Always have to think ahead about what is the best way to approach the job and also versatility of the job.
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Solving probless and helping/please in my customers.
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Solving difficult problems...
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I know its not the glamorous job but I lobe being a plumber because I know a can satisfy customer when I repair their plumbing concerns.
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Practical work and meeting new people.
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Working with hands and problem resolution.
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I enjoy making the customer happy, but what I enjoy the most is overcoming a challenging problem and fixing and correcting whatever the problem may be, its a great feeling.
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I enjoy how it keeps you strong and fit while you are working and I look forward to having the title of a qualified plumber after ive finished my apprenticeship.
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After installing the system I am so existing water has flow with out any leakage and the society has using water near to them place and to became life easy to the society.
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Meeting new people and helping the community.
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I enjoy installing fixtures soldering routine maintenance on fixtures.
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Solving problems, working with team.
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What enjoy most about being a plumber is that ist a respectful trade.I enjoy looking on the face of customer after helping them with there problem,
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Getting the problem solved.
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Meeting new challenge everyday and resolving the succefully.
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I love my work thats all.
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There's a lot more new design in plumbing and that is very challenging to me as a plumber.
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Seeing the finishing job and knowing I did everything correctly and the customer is satisfied with the work performed.
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It is a hands on job always something new to do and problems to be solved.
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Meeting new people and learning new skills.
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Lot of challengers everyday there is always something new.
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Helping people and enjoying when people ask me to do what they are not able to do it or they don't want to do it.