From my experience, I started building homes at first, I can speak from the experience I have on hiring technical and professionals in the construction and assembly business.
I’d suggest you start small- find someone who does the line of work you are interested in, and become an apprentice. As an apprentice sometimes they will pay you a minimum amount, however you’ll be trained in exactly what you are looking for!
I recently hired someone to weld a few things for me, this man became a welder by volunteering his time, soon enough he started working with a stage company building stages for huge name in the music industry! That is where this took him!
I wish you the best in your career development!
Edison recommends the following next steps:
I am not sure if you are a MIG/TIG/Stick welder, so bare with me:
For MIG welding, auto-repair shops would be a good place to start.
For TIG welding, try to get into sanitary stainless steel welding through food plants. Some companies will train you on this welding and it's an in-demand skill.
The reason I know this is because my ex was a sanitary TIG welder, XD
Wish you the best of luck,
Kristy recommends the following next steps: