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Welding is one of the most important trades of the world in which we live. Welding is defined as 'the fusing of two or more pieces of metal or plastic'. It binds the office buildings in which we work, the malls where we hang out, and in every car that we will ever drive.
Welding is a 'skilled trade', which means that not everyone can pick up a welding torch and build something, it must be learned. Because of this, welders are often paid well or above average wages. Interested? It actually doesn't take too long to learn, in some cases a journey person status can be reached in as little as 3 years. The skilled welder has a steady hand, good hand-eye coordination, and good working ethics.
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