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what is a typical day like in your job as a welder ?

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l have 16 years old and l want to be a welder , at the moment l an job corps student , hopefully l can get my career as a welder ready on 6 or 7 months , after that l want to go with my family to work on Pecos or Odessa on the pipelines and oil fields as a welder #job #career #career

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Oluwaseyi’s Answer

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To the best of my knowledge, taking on any career in life requires will and interest, before any individual picks up a career path, such a person must have internet in that path and have a strong will to face whatever challenges that may come.
If you say you want to be a welder, do you really have the interest and will for it, if yes l, superb, all you need do is build and equip yourself with more knowledge and the field. Go for technical training, intern under someone or with a construction company that is actively involved in welding. I trust with that, you'd be fine.
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JON’s Answer

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JesusM:
Hopefully your job corps training is giving you an idea of what it's like to be a welder.
I am not one and cannot give you a direct answer what a typical day looks like but I will tell you that there are not enough
good welders in the job market. That is a long term problem in the US . Search for Mike Rowe and comments in welders
for a 'celebrity' opinion.
If you learn decent skills you can be very successful.
It's hard work but you have the satisfaction of looking at what you just did and being proud of your work.
Best of luck!
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