Career questions tagged welder
Hello my name is Marlon and I am wondering what skills are needed to be a welder?
I am a middle school student and I’ve been wondering for a while now what skills I need to have to be a welder? If any current working or retired welder answer this question what type of skills are needed to become a welder? Another question I have is what are the best and worst parts of being a welder?
How hard is it to learn not to come up to fast to the surface when scuba diving?
I want to be an Underwater Welder, how hard was it to learn not to come up to fast to the surface when you’re welding underwater? It’s something i want to learn now before I become an underwater welder
Can I get any tips about welding and how to become one?
I am a middle schooler and wanting to get into welding but I don’t know where to do to learn about welding. And can I get some tips about welding I would like to learn about techniques and what equipment I would need.
What kind of tools does each type of welder use depending on the environment?
Just want to know what kind of tools welders use, does it determine what job they do? Does it determine the environment they are working in? I am just trying to know.
What is the best company to work as an underwater welder?
What city would be the best high-pay rate for an underwater welder and what do I need to know about safety? What classes do I need to become underwater water welder?
Is what you do meaningful to you?
I am 22 and looking forward to getting my welding certification up to G6. One day I want to go underwater as an underwater welder because it is one of the most lucrative trades on the market. Is there anybody here that can give me some advice on what to do after I complete my Jobcorps training? I don't know whether to go into the military as a Navy Diver or begin advanced training first and then move into. Is there a path to skip military service and move directly into the private sector i.e. offshore oil rigs or harbor maintenance?