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When James McSorley was overworked and underpaid, he explored joining the union, and he’s glad of it.
Returning to civilian life after 10 years travelling the world in the Marine Corps, he struggled to find a path for himself. Needing a job, he walked onto a construction site in East Boston, where he grew up.
While working as a busboy in a local restaurant, Andrick decided to contact the Carpenters union and start the path to a life-long career.
Becoming a union carpenter changed Corinne Campiola’s life around for the better.
As an apprentice in Local 279, Ted says he recognizes and appreciates similarities between union construction and his military service.⠀⠀
Cassandra Klewicki, a third-year apprentice of Local 290, traveled to Kerala, India, as part of the 2019 North American Trades Women’s Delegation in 2019.
Unhappy with her job and dealing with both personal and financial issues, Brandie started looking for a higher paying career, and came across the Carpenters Union.
Linton worked non-union for many years, earning low wages, making it difficult for him to provide for his family.