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Amy Myska, an employment and training counselor with the state of Wisconsin Job Service, is answering questions throughout the State of Opportunity series.
Q: How has welding changed in the past 25 years? Who is teaching the welders, and what is required?
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A: Over the past 25 years, welding has been an in-demand occupation in Wisconsin, and projections for the future indicate much of the same. Currently welding ranks 23rd of the top 25 high-growth career fields in the state of Wisconsin (worknet.wisconsin.gov) with an average of 80 to 120 openings posted annually. In recent years, companies such as Marinette Marine and Oshkosh Corp. have increased their demand for welders. However, this is also a career field where we will see significantly more openings as the workforce ages overall and more welders retire.Read More At: http://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/money/companies/state-of-opportunity/2015/01/09/qa-welding-industry-changed/21520525/
- - Volume: 3 - WEEK: 3 Date: 1/13/2015 12:29:33 PM -