Life in Nepal is not easy. This is the reason that many Nepalese choose to work outside of their country to earn a better income and to provide a more comfortable life for their families. Many Nepalese fly to Qatar for hard construction work. They are exposed to the extreme heat that can even cost their lives as it was in 2016 when many Nepalese workers died of heatstroke.
While there are fairly 40% adults in Nepal who have had a proper education, there are 60% who have not reached post-secondary education (college). This explains while there are more Nepalese men and women who choose hard labor jobs like construction. In the painting (and the repainting) industry, many Nepalese show significant skills.
Nepalese Workers Render Re-painting Services
In Australia, many construction firms hire workers from other nations to render re-painting services.
The profession of painter and varnisher can hardly be surpassed in terms of craftsmanship and design. Because there is much more to it than just classic painting. It is one of the few professions in the craft and includes a variety of activities and different focuses depending on the subject and employer. The main tasks as a painter and varnisher include sanding, filling, painting and painting, glazing, wallpapering, but also working on the PC and maintaining contact with colleagues and customers.
This is a skill that’s not learned overnight. It takes a lot of practice and experience to perfect painting jobs. Nepalese show these great skills and thus employers renew their contract to extend their services in their field.
Bottom line is that, regardless of education, Nepalese are hardworking and sincere. They tend to show the craftsmanship that deserves praise. They sacrifice their time being away from their families and provide their excellent services without complaints.