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Is welding difficult and is it harder the more experience you earn ?

I am also intrigued in learning new things that are not common but I partake in common things as well. (As long as it's not boring). #jobs

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Alyssa’s Answer

Welding is an excellent field as it will more than likely still be needed many more years to come! In this growing industry you will have an opportunity to learn a variety of welding techniques. Academies offer very thorough training, and start you off learning the basics. There is no prior knowledge needed before, and as you learn more, instructors will be there to guide you and support you. The foundational knowledge of welding is a huge asset to you as you grow in the industry and generally will help you feel more comfortable as you gain new experience. Welding can open you up to working with some of the tallest buildings in the world, working for a local company that provides support for a new medical facility, and so much more. I encourage you to take a tour or information session at a local spot. Several schools such as South Coast Welding in Houston offer appointments to help you gain valuable information before your next step (https://scweldingacademy.com/). Best of luck!
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Mike’s Answer

Most things are difficult your first time, but through practice it becomes easier. With this said, Welding is a very good field and a great trade to have/know. I'd think that it becomes easier w/ the more experience you earn, not harder.
Thank you comment icon Thank you so much for the advice. Ethan
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