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From aerospace to agriculture, discover the many industries that employ welders today.
Whether you’re exploring certification, advanced training, job openings or the many other opportunities in welding today, this guide will help you navigate your next career step.
Navigate your next career step by exploring what welding is, what welders do and how to stay safe on the job.
Creating and repairing everything from cars to pipes, welders are in demand. If you’re considering a career in this field, here’s what you need to know.
While 60 percent of welders are in the manufacturing business, here are four industries where they can also find work.
A not so obvious type of work injury is over exposure to toxic fumes. Here's what they are, how they can affect you and what you can do to stay safe.
In the case of welding, workers need to protect themselves from common hazards. To stay safe on a welding job, take these 3 precautions.
Welding, in general, comes with its own set of dangers but when performing this job in a confined space, here is what you need to know.
Labor Finders is on a mission to put more Americans to work every day. As the leader in blue-collar and industrial staffing in the U.S., we are taking ownership of our position and taking a stand against unemployment in America.
When it comes to keeping records of injuries on the job, find out who's responsible for doing so according to OSHA.
Before you can get started as a flagger you have to be certified. Here’s what you need to know about the certification process.
With the popularity of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn, creating and maintaining a professional image online is important for a job search. Here's how you can do just that.