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    Welding Jobs in California

    The number of welding jobs in California makes it the second largest number of welding jobs in the United States and the number of welding jobs and career opportunities in California continues to grow.* From 2012 to 2022, the total number of jobs is expected to grow by 6.5 percent to a projected employment of 26,300 in 2022.** In addition, the median salary of a welder in California is $39,034; however, welders who work in more specialized industries often make more.

    10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in California

    1. Welder Container Opening! Great Pay! Atwater, CA
      Waste Management (1 day ago) Atwater,CA

      Welder Container Opening! As well as a Stock Purchase Plan, Company match on 401K, and more! Works from prints, drawings and verbal instructions….

      Bear Wyatt (23 days ago) Los Angeles,CA

      COMBO WELDER (FIRST CLASS ONLY) SEND RESUME/CONTACT: JAMEY @BEARWYATT.COM Location: East Coast – USA Pay: – an hour plus daily diem offer…

    3. Welder – Temporary
      SpaceX (5 days ago) Hawthorne,CA

      This is a temporary position with SpaceX, for the length of time as stated, and is subject to change with minimal notice as business needs dictate….

    4. Millwrights / Welders Needed
      Contractors Resource Inc. (11 days ago) Ontario,CA


    5. Welder – Direct Hire Authority
      Department of the Air Force (30+ days ago) Edwards AFB,CA

      Ensure all submitted documents contain your full name, address, phone number, and last four digits of your social security number….

    6. MIG & TIG Welders
      BBK Performance Inc (30+ days ago) Temecula,CA

      *Job Summary* *Full time Mig/TIG welding positions with Temecula based specialty exhaust manufacturer.* *Tig a plus but not required.* *Welding experience…

    7. MIG Welders
      Sync Staffing, Inc (18 days ago) Riverside,CA

      Experienced MIG Welders -Welding aluminum & Metal -1yr Experienced -Flexible on the hours -Monday-Friday -Full Time -Location: Riverside, Corona, Pomona…

    8. Welder and Fabricator
      Vantage Vehicle International (8 hours ago) Riverside,CA

      Located in Corona, CA Great environment; good benefit (100% health insurance monthly premium pay per Vantage Vehicle), paid vacation and etc. Monday to…

    9. Entry Level Trainee and Experienced Field Service/Installation Technician
      Vortex Industries, Inc. (4 days ago) San Jose,CA

      Welders, mechanics, electro mechanical, locksmith, access hardware, alarms, low. For over 80 years Vortex, a family owned company, has been the leader in growth…

    10. Welders Wanted
      Unico Steel, Inc. (19 days ago) Industry,CA

      Great team player. This position is responsible for ensuring projects are completed on time and fabricated based on shop drawings….

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    Residents of California love the variety of geography from mountains to beaches and everything in between. You can spend the day surfing or go snowboarding. The climate overall is very temperate so you don’t have to deal with harsh winters. California also continues to see rapid employment growth. From 2012 to 2022, the overall projected growth rate is 14.9%; however the fastest growing occupations may grow at a rate of 23.9% or more by 2022.*** A number of California industries require welding jobs from construction to underwater welding to manufacturing.

    Overall the job outlook for welders in California is favorable. While many companies have reduced their need for low-skilled welders by investing in more automated welding techniques, welders are still needed to repair and maintain these systems.** The greatest need is for trained and certified welders who understand modern processes and equipment. Training and experience are two of the best assets to finding a welding job.

    The largest industry employing welders in California is the Architectural and Structural Metals industry with 11.1% of the total employment occupation.** However, welders are employed in a wide range of different industries within the state as well as being self-employed. In all of these areas, skilled and certified welders are the more competitive job applicants. The skills welders have and learn on the job are also often transferable to other related occupations and industries.