Ready for a new career in welding? We’ve got you covered!

During these unpredictable times, many people have been laid off from their jobs, have had their hours cut, or lost their jobs due to unforeseen circumstances. Whether you’ve been out of work for some time, are looking for a new career, or are just starting out, you might want to consider a career in welding. Read on!

While it can take years to train or get certified in several professions, the good news is that it typically only takes about nine months to earn a welding certification, which makes it very accessible and manageable. Once you pass a welding test and demonstrate a certain skill level, you’re ready to begin a solid new career. Further training is required for specialties within the field of welding, but you can get started within a few months. And the experts at Sidney Lee Welding Supply are always here to answer any questions you may have.

With various levels of training, people can weld in several different industries, including robotics, engineering, sales, the film industry, education, the restaurant industry, inspection, project management, design, and in the traveling welding industry, which are typically the most lucrative. These types of jobs can include underwater welding (which requires specialized training), industrial shutdowns, building and repairing ships as well as on-board repair and maintenance, military support jobs, installing pipelines, NASCAR racing teams and automobile sports. 

There is a whole world of professional and exciting opportunities available to welders, and we would love to help you get started or further your career goals in welding. Welders are always in high demand, and can be a lucrative career depending on skill level, training, and experience. And welding is a relatively secure industry going forward, so your investment in a career as a welder is a safe and solid one.

Visit or call Sidney Lee Welding Supply today and learn more about the exciting field of welding!