CB&I Rockville, MD
CB&I Rockville, MD
OTB Contracting Manassas Park, VA
Lyft Aldie, VA
Holcim (US) Inc. Rockville, MD
Loudoun County Public Schools Leesburg, Virginia
Kiewit Corporation Sterling, VA
Mercy Medical Center Clinton Silver Spring, MD
Trinity Health Corporation Silver Spring, MD
Verizon Rockville, MD
Penske Rockville, MD
Welders 1 work with metal and are highly skilled a variety of methods to join metal together using intense heat. They work in a wide range of industries from aerospace to oil drilling.
Welders work in wide variety of locations and industries. Their daily activities depend on where they are and the materials they are welding. 2 They are often required to follow blueprints or technical drawings and cut and join metal to produce the desired product. They may work with structural repairs or in construction of new buildings. Some serve in the military. Others work in advanced scientific fields, like aerospace.
Welders 3 can work on oil rigs offshore. In this setting, welders work on pipelines, rapidly so there is always work to do and every day is different.
Welding is indeed, hard work, but skilled workers in this trade are in high demand and can make a lucrative salary without a college education. 4 Another perk is that there are many opportunities to travel for those who enjoy it, most notably (or notoriously) the "Road Warriors" who work of oil rigs.
You can find jobs as a Welder in any state by searching online. ZipRecruiter currently lists over 31,000 Welder positions. Searches can be done by location or keyword to find your next Welding job.
The average annual salary for a Welder is between $37,365-$50,347 per year, however this can vary widely depending on a variety of factors, such as years of experience, location, and type of business.
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