Welding Career Research Paper

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The career that I plan on pursuing is becoming a very well skilled welder because welding is really interesting to me. When I first took a look at welding I was afraid because I didn’t think I would be able to pursue a career like this, but when I enrolled in the class at Finch-Henry Job Corps Center. It all turned out to be great for me. Welding is a very dangerous job and there is lots of safety equipment needed to keep you protected from getting burned and seriously injured. Some equipment include safety glasses, head protection, hearing protection, leather boots, a helmet and even more, and also attend safety classes in order to receive your OSHA certification. Welders make a lot of money and you don’t even have to have a college degree…show more content…
Some career opportunities are project management, inspection, engineering, robotics, and so much more. The military also needs welders to help support the troops with repairing military tanks and vehicles. Other types of welders in the military are hull technician and aircraft metals technology, hull technician welders in the military repair ships, they are good at fabricating parts and they even work in machine shops. Sometimes they even design and product their own parts. On the other hand aircraft welders has to be able to read and also create parts from blue prints while welding so these kind of welders are very useful in the military. Becoming a welder is like having a never ending career because there are so many jobs in the world that has welding jobs, under water and even outer space. Welders can make as much money as a lawyer or even a doctor; welders can earn a six figure income without having a college degree. Salaries vary for welders. Your salary depends on how skilled you are and how far you’re willing to travel. Industrial pipe welders who travel earn between 50,000 and 185,000 a year, that’s a lot of money to weld

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