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Infographic: Careers in Welding

An illustration summarizes the work, compensation and opportunities in this field. Those opportunities sometimes involve travel and increasingly involve automation.
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A small slice of the infographic. Click on the link below to see the entire illustration.

MMS’s outreach to future manufacturing professionals typically focuses on careers in machining. A closely related field is welding, and the Tulsa Welding School has recently produced a detailed infographic summarizing the work, opportunities and compensation in this field. Most of the jobs are in manufacturing, but the illustration points out the traveling job opportunities as well. It also notes the increasing extent to which welding work involves automation. For the benefit of a young person in your life who might make a good welder or welding technician, find the complete infographic here.

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