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So I'll give you a brief catch-up, I will be starting college next month and contacted a lot of sparks,companies about work etc I managed to have a chat with a lighting company that does floodlights, streetlights, schools, football stadiums etc. They have offered me work one day a week around my current job whilst I study, which is great, but I just wanted some opinions on which route to go. The company that has offered me the work does everything from making the lights in house, to fitting, to maintenance on site e.g during matchs have people on site in case they go down. They also do maintenence in house on machinery, general office maintenance etc. Basically what I am yet to decide is to what sector to look at, whether to do the actual site work, installing and maintaining the products, would potentially all over the UK and even internationally at times which is no issue, or to go for more the maintenance side of things in house such as the machinery, systems etc or even to the actual workshop side of things, creating the lights, boxes etc and getting them ready for installs. In your honest opinion which one do you think would be more beneficial to do long term?
 

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