Demand grows for welding jobs in US as students turn away from trade schools

The demand for welders in the U.S. continues to grow as fewer young people seek out the career. “I went home one day, and I was like, ‘You know, I think I want to weld,’” says Natalie Rhoades, a student at the Pennsylvania College of Technology (PCT) in Williamsport. Rhoades is on track to graduate in May with a bachelor’s degree in welding and fabrication Continue Reading

Nigerian, Australian Builders Sign Pact on Building Technology

The Nigerian Institute of Building (NIoB) and the Australian Institute of Building have signed a memorandum of understanding to improve on the methodology and technology of building construction.The MoU, which was signed in Sydney, Australia, is aimed at making both institutes to have a shared commitment to become stronger in the profession.The National President of Continue Reading

Nigeria loses $10 billion annually to welding expatriates, NIW reveals

The President of the Nigerian Institute of Welding (NIW), Mr. Solomon Edebiri in January 2019 lamented in an interaction with journalists that Nigeria loses over $10 billion annually to expats who have colonized the welding and engineering sector from local professionals. “We lose over $10 billion annually in capital flight,” he said. “When you bring Continue Reading

How To Acquire Valuable Skills For Money Making

With the current economic recession and high rate of unemployment, it has become imperative for any body that wants to survive economically to acquire the necessary skills that can solve basic human problems and in return there will be financial reward. Skill acquisition is all about empowering yourself with special &practical knowledge in manufacturing and Continue Reading

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