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    Welding Jobs in Florida

    Many people dream of moving to Florida with its gorgeous weather and access to the ocean. From great food to natural beauty, Florida truly has it all and attracts a large number of tourists each year, who wish they never had to go home. Living in Florida you will never be more than 45 minutes away from the beach plus you don’t have to pay local or state income taxes. Florida is also a state where major industries and employment opportunities have continued to grow in recent years, especially for welders.

    10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in Florida

    1. 6G Welder
      Comprehensive Energy Services, Inc. (30+ days ago) ,FL

      Welder -6G SUMMARY OF DUTIES Select equipment and plan layout, assembly and welding, applying knowledge of geometry, physical properties of metal machining…

      Bear Wyatt (23 days ago) Tampa Bay,FL

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

    3. Supervisor – Central Shops Weld
      Universal Orlando Resort (27 days ago) Orlando,FL

      Universal Orlando Resort ® is a universe of opportunities for people who have a lot to offer. Whether you’re serving food, working in an office, maintaining…

    4. Welder
      Mainland Welding Inc (2 hours ago) Port Saint Lucie,FL

      Previous working experience as a Welder. We are looking for a careful and skilled Welder who can contribute with commitment and a high standard of quality…

    5. Pipe Welder
      Austin Industries (30+ days ago) ,FL

      Works well in group problem solving situations; Ethics – Treats people with respect; Supervisory Responsibilities – May directly supervises 1 to 5 pipe welder

    6. Welder
      Orion Marine Group (7 days ago) Port Canaveral,FL

      Works as assigned by the Foreman to ensure the successful completion of on-going or new marine construction projects….

    7. Welder- Mechanic Foreman
      City of Coral Gables (7 days ago) City of Coral Gables,FL

      Minimum six (6) years experience at the journeyman level in automotive and construction equipment welding, including experience in a wide variety of gasoline…

    8. Pipe Welder
      Attaway (30+ days ago) Tampa,FL

      *Job Summary* Must be capable of welding down hill 6010. *Responsibilities and Duties* Local hire only . Job Type: Full-time Salary: .00 to .00 …

    9. Welder/ Iron Worker – Lead Man
      Allpro Fabricators & Erectors (30+ days ago) Davie,FL

      Welder/Iron worker. must be able to read drawings. Job Type: Full-time Salary: ,000.00 to ,000.00 …

    10. Metal Fabricator / Welder
      Got-Rack (30+ days ago) Tampa,FL

      Ability to use tools such as welder, chop saw, torch, plasma, band saw. HS Diploma or equivalent….

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    Florida is one of the top states for welding jobs in the United States. In 2015, there were over 12,000 welders employed in the state. There were about the same number of welding jobs in 2009, which shows that the total employment of welders in the state is holding steady. While the number of jobs is not projected to increase dramatically in the next few years, new welders will be needed to fill positions as the population ages. There is also always a high demand for skilled and certified welders who have experience with new technology.

    Underwater welding is one of the top welding industries in Florida and some of the largest employers of underwater welders are located in the state. As an industry, underwater welding is popular due to its high pay. A total of four of the top ten largest underwater welder employers are located in Florida. These employers include Subsea Global Solutions, Dive-Tech International, Inc., Logan Diving & Salvage, and Sea Sub Systems, Inc.

    In 2015, the median salary for welders in Florida was $36,900; however, more skilled welders and welders in more specialized industries can make more. Given the geography of Florida, many welders work either with underwater diving teams or in shipyards. These types of jobs require dedicated welders who can work in more extreme conditions. Many welders also work in more traditional industries such as auto body repair and construction.