It takes a lot of wood to build a bonfire. Not surprisingly, that means that someone has to go out there and “get it done.” If you decide to accept the “Bonfire Builder Challenge,” good luck, because there is no such thing. No, your work as a bonfire builder consists of gathering wood and burning it. In the process, you need to make sure that you don’t set any major fires or fall into your creation, either of which would be exceeding horrible.
Career Opportunities and Job Outlook- Unknown:
As of 2010, the bonfire builder is sort of specialized career with limited demand. Oh sure there may be the “Bonfire Craze of 2015,” but I wouldn’t hold my breath. Odds are that this isn’t a full time job.
A Day in The Life:
So who is likely to hire a bonfire builder? The wise guy answer is “anyone who wants a big fire for a party or get together.” And that is also the right answer. Here is the deal if you like fires and like building them, then this is a good job for you.
Best news of all, it’s a wide-open field. Currently, there are no millionaires or billionaires trying to muscle in on that “bonfire building action,” so go for it! If this is a job you decide to tackle, please put safety first for, after all, you are playing with fire. And make sure you have insurance too.
Working as a bonfire builder will largely mean that you have a small entrepreneurial “gig” on the side where you collect wood and set it on fire. Ah the dream…
Career Training and Qualifications:
A bonfire builder needs to be able to collect firewood and set it on fire. So until that bonfire building academy opens up in Florida, you are on your own.