Welcome, and hope you accept these good pointers from the guys above.
I wood reccomend the Carpentry Trade for you to gain Experience that will be helpful in your future.
Why Carpentry you may ask?
Well as a Carpenter for over 40 years now, I have been able to learn a vast outline and concept of Electrical, Plumbing, Concrete, Steel, and Masonry.
Working with Electricians, you will learn a lot about why they want you to install a painted backer board so they can mount their electrical panels. When they do, you take advantage and ask questions.
Working with Plumbers they always want you to install blocking for their pipes, then you ask why and more questions.
When you work with Concrete, you lug panels, oil them, and watch someone erect them, and then you ask why.
When you work with Steel, you lug the donage to unload the truck full of steel and then you ask why.
When you work with Masons, you carry scaffold planking and set up staging and then you ask why.
So you see, the Carpenter is involved with all the Trades and you can spend all day asking why and not do to much but learn a whole bunch. That usually takes up about 5 to six years to master, and then you are ready to Master one Trade. Choose the one that you enjoy going to work to in the morning.
It is a long life doing work that you do not enjoy.