The Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts the need for electricians growing much faster than average over the next decade. If you’re interested in this high-demand career, here’s everything you need to know.
The Surehand Spotlight shares some of the many thousands of stories in the skilled industrial trades, shining a bright light on the hard-working tradesmen and women who build, operate, maintain, and ensure the safety of the world we live in. This month we shine the spotlight on Brandon Champion, Director of Sales and Development at Prime Pipeline Services. We spoke to Brandon about advancing in NDT, the future of the energy sector, and advice for anyone in the field.
If you’ve been looking for a new career in the industrial sector, becoming a boilermaker is something you should consider. But before you commit to being a boilermaker, it’s important to do some research. More specifically, you should take a look at what an average day looks like for a boilermaker so you can get a better sense of how that aligns with your professional expectations. We’ve put together everything you need to know about a day in the life of a boilermaker.
If you love working with your hands, you may be interested in becoming an electrician. Electricians earn a good living and are in high demand across the country. Becoming one could be just what you need to find your lifelong career. We’ve put together everything you need to know about a day in the life of an electrician.
Industrial mechanics make a good income, work normal hours, and are in demand across the United States. You might be interested in becoming one yourself. If so, keep reading to learn what a day in the life of an industrial mechanic looks like.
If you love working with your hands and have strong technical skills, you might be interested in becoming a machinist. It’s a solid career that you can enter into without having to spend four years pursuing a college degree. But it can sometimes be challenging to figure out exactly what you need to do to become a machinist. That’s why we’ve put together the following guide.
Machine operators specialize in the operation of complex machines for industrial, manufacturing, and other employers. If you’re a technically-minded person interested in this type of career change but don’t know what to expect, we’ve put together a guide of a day of a life of a machine operator.
There are more than 625,000 electricians in the United States. You might be interested in becoming one as well. But you could still be curious about what exactly an electrician does, what it takes to become one, and where the best places to work as one are.
If you’re mechanically-skilled and uninterested in spending four years working towards a college degree, you might consider becoming a machinist. There are several different ways to do this, but one of the easiest is to take a look at what a typical machinist’s day looks like. That’s why we’ve put together the following information. Here you’ll learn more about what machinists do on an average day and what it takes to become one.
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.