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Weekly Round Up – Welding News

With the colder months upon us, many of us are looking for ways in which to stay warm.  Why not use some of your free time to weld a fire pit.  Not only will you stay warm while working on the project, but you will

Weekly Roundup–News in the Welding World

This week we have top of the line welders on sale, an exploding job market for welders, and a new innovation in welding that could make a huge difference in the automobile industry. Image Source: USA TODAY Special Welding News UK Welding Shop Earns Movie

2012 Welding Events

If you're like me, you've been looking at your calendar and planning all your trips, conferences, and "life in general" for 2012. Don't overlook the opportunities for education, collaboration, and networking. Here I've compiled some of the top welding conferences, expositions, and trade shows for

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Online Training from Tooling U

Manufacturers have unique training needs. They need to make sure that their workers are trained properly and that the training actually matches the jobs that they need done. They also need to ensure that their workers are making adequate progress. Somehow, they have to be

How Lincoln Electric Thrives in a Tough Economy

There aren’t very many companies that can boast never laying off a single employee for financial reasons since the end of the Second World War. And then again, there aren’t very many companies that can boast making a profit for all but two of those

Are Welding Jobs in Demand?

Who would take the time to become a Certified Welder without the promise of a job? Every welder who enrolls in a class for basic welding training or additional certification wants to know if there’s a good chance of finding a job. Is that a realistic expectation

Hiring Expected to Expand

No one has been unaffected by the recession. Every day there is a new report and thousands are out of work. Many more are underemployed, working two or three jobs trying to make ends meet. Manufacturing was one of the hardest hit areas when the