Boyd’s Bible Dictionary:

(cart-wright). Carpentry an early art (Gen. 6:14-16; Ex. 25:23; 27:1-15. David and Solomon employed foreign woodworkers (2 Sam. 5:11; 1 Kings 5:6). Joseph a carpenter (Matt. 13:55); and Christ (Mark 6:3).

Concise Bible Dictionary:

Of interest to the Christian in that the Lord was not only called “the carpenter’s son,” but also “the carpenter” (Matt. 13:55; Mark 6:3), which implies that He actually worked as an artizan before He began His heavenly Father’s “business,” for which He specially came into the world. It demonstrates the real manhood He had taken in grace.