Take the First Step Toward Your Welding Career Now!
We break down why sticking metal together requires math, and why that isn't a really big deal.
A career is a big decision: It’s how you’ll spend your dollars now and earn them later.
Arc welding is an extremely popular format you should learn in your career as a welder.
Going to welding school? Read up on what you need to do before enrolling.
We break down examples of typical pay you can expect to earn as a welder by job type and state.
You want to be a welder, but you're not sure which type of training program you should attend? Learn the differences here.
Get a feel for three common welding processes: Which would you like to use in your career?
If you are interested in welding and robotics, you may want to consider a career related to both, such as a robotic weld technician.
Welding can be physically demanding. It’s not a matter of your age, it’s more dependent on whether you can physically handle the job.
There are a few different routes to becoming a welder like apprenticeship, trade school and community college. With each option, there’s a different price point.