Often unseen, welders are the skilled men and women dedicated to working on all types of industrial, manufacturing and construction applications. And demand for welders keeps growing.
If you're not using the American Welding Society as a networking tool to identify welding jobs and career advancements you need to watch this video.
The World Needs More Welders
The contents of this video are presented for entertainment purposes only and are not condoned or endorsed by the American Welding Society in any way. All welding and cutting sequences were performed by trainer professionals in controlled environments. Under no circumstances should anyone attempts to recreate or mimic any of the depicted techniques or actions. Doing so can result in personal injury, property damage, or death. All welding-related activities should be performed in a responsible manner, and in accordance with all applicable codes, standards, safety guidelines, and local laws.
Are you a student entering the welding workforce and need some help figuring out your next step in the career process?
The American Welding Society is dedicated to helping you out by launching a free online career management and planning system. This system will help you identify your career knowledge and skills and match you with available jobs and careers. Look for it to be released in January 2015.
AWS has always been focused on people improving technology. Now, we are also using technology to improve people and their professional career paths. Watch as AWS President Dean Wilson shows how --- together --- we will help create the most powerful welding workforce the world has ever known. Join AWS as we commit ourselves to this mission, to advance the science, technology, and people of welding, for ourselves, and for the next generations. To show your support and find out more, visit aws.org/innovation. Join our effort to create the most powerful and capable welding workforce that has ever existed.
AWS President Dean Wilson Talks National Welding Month.
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