The Top Areas Hiring Industrial Mechanics in 2021

There are more than 500,000 industrial mechanics in the United States, and the Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that number to grow rapidly in the years to come. Additionally, employees in this role can make good money without having to earn an advanced degree. Of course, getting employed as an industrial mechanic will be easier if you look in the right place. Here’s how to become an industrial mechanic, including the best places to look for a job as one.

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There’s a Skilled Trades Shortage Coming | Here’s How to Prepare For It

Without construction workers, we wouldn’t have buildings to live and work in. Without plumbers, we wouldn’t have running water with the twist of a faucet. Without electricians, we wouldn’t be able to illuminate a room with the flip of a switch. The skilled trades make modern life possible. And yet, the nation is facing a shortage of skilled trade workers like none we’ve seen before. 

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How to Find the Best NDT Technicians For Your Build

Whether your building project is residential, commercial or industrial, safety is paramount. Nondestructive testing, or NDT, plays an essential role in making sure your completed structure is not only safe for its intended use and the people who will be around it, but that it will stand the test of time. Here’s how to find the best NDT technicians for your next build.

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Industrial Jobs on the Rise in 2021

It can be challenging to zero in on the employment options that are both growing in demand and applicable to your skillset. That’s why we’ve created the following list for people who are interested in the industrial sector. Here’s 2021’s hottest industrial jobs and what you need to qualify for them.

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Women in the Welding World Today

For years, welding has been a boys club. But the number of women joining this trade has risen since the 80s. The landscape looks different today. Here’s a look at the history and current state of women in the welding world.

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