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Women and Skilled Labor

Once, women were a much more common sight on manufacturing lines than they are today. The image of the 1940’s woman showing her arm muscle, known as Rosie the Riveter, highlights the important roles women filled as skilled labor during WWII working as industrial...

The Benefits of Offsite Training

In today’s job market in which many manufacturing companies cite a “skills gap,” it is imperative that companies offer training opportunities to current employees and worthy candidates that may lack certain skills, but demonstrate a solid work ethic. Also, due to the...

Location Matters

Finding a welding job in your particular field of welding is largely dependent upon how far you are willing to travel. Manufacturing jobs vary by type and pay range from one locale to the next. If you are prepared to travel farther for a job, you will greatly expand...

Tips for Women in the Welding Industry

Welding offers great career opportunities for women in Colorado. While only about 5% of welders in the U.S. are women, welders are in short supply and in high demand. With a great starting salary and room for growth, welding is a career that women should consider. If...

Resume Mistakes for Underwater Welders

Underwater welding jobs are adventurous and high in-demand. While these jobs are in abundance, many job applicants will make the same resume mistakes that keep them all unemployed. What resume mistakes are you making? Find entry level welding jobs in Colorado by...