Carpentry is a specialized trade and a trade in which the main job done is cutting, shaping and installing construction materials during the construction of buildings, ships, wooden bridges, concrete formwork, etc. Carpenters usually specialize in roughing or finishing work. Hard work is at the start of projects and includes things like frames, scaffolding, building concrete shapes, or laying plywood. Floors, dry walls, or some kind of finishing work eventually cover any difficult job.
The finishing work pays special attention to detail and includes doors, windows, moldings, floors, cabinets, counters, shelves, panels, furniture, exterior cladding, toys, photo frames and any custom carpentry; it includes any artwork you see. In the past, when buildings were often constructed entirely with wooden structures, the carpenter played a significant role in the construction of buildings; together with the bricklayer, he was the main construction worker. A carpenter, or finishing carpenter, is generally not considered a carpenter (although there is some confusion and overlap between the use of the terms). At the end of the day, if you like to see what you've achieved and don't mind being covered in sawdust or occasionally being hit on your finger with a stray hammer blow, then you should consider working as a carpenter.