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I throw babies in dryers

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Dallas Nelson

on 26 April 2011

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There is many saftey concerns to being A welder. Such as, the radiation some types of welding emits, the sparks created, and how rough this career is on your body. You do work with the public. There is a union amongst welders, and you do travel with work. Welders usually work 40 hour weeks, and mostly work overtime. The work is not seasonal. You are not required to wear a uniform, however you must wear some sort of piece of clothing that covers there entire body. Qualifications To become a welder, you'll need dexterity, good overall physical health, and the ability to work on your feet for long periods of time. You enjoy working with your hands
You work indoors with noise, vibrations and other hazards that are common to the job
You enjoy working to close and exacting tolerances
You are able to work in uncomfortable or unusual positions at times
You have the stamina to be on your feet for long periods of time
You have excellent hand/eye coordination and good eyesight
You like to learn new things on a consistent basis employers usually want you too be 18 before they hire you. A full time course is about six months for the first ticket, when that is completed they will be able to work and they must get enough hours in before they can continue to go back and get the next ticket. There is no special training required. It takes two years to actaully become a welder. Training costs around eight thousand. You do have to buy your own equipment. It does not matter if you have a criminal record and no volunteer experience is necessary. Welding is not the most indemand career for it is an easy skill to learn. There are opportunities for raises. Welders with an aptitude for organisation or management can be promoted. Employment Advancement Outlook Remuneration\Rewards The more expeirence a welder has the more they will get paid. The annual income is in the range of $20,000 to $40,000 Most welders are paid hourly, and Plants or shop welders who are working full-time usually receive full benefits. Construction with large companies usually offers full benefits and the opportunity to travel. Getting Started English 12
Mathematics 12
Physics 12
Social Studies 12
Business & Management 12
Entrepreneurship 12
Construction Technology 12
Drafting & Design 12. Take an apprentiship program for welding. References http://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos226.htm DONE!
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