welding jobs in texas

    Welding Jobs in Texas

    There are plenty of welding jobs in Texas because it is one of the fastest growing states in the country. A big reason for this is the low cost of living in terms of housing and land costs as well as other consumer goods such as gas and food. Texas also continues to grow as a center for jobs making it an even more attractive location for new residents. Plus the state does not have income tax resulting in an even lower cost of living. The climate is also warm which attracts people and there are a variety of major cities along with beach and ocean towns. The increase of new residents and businesses has also led to a high demand for welders as the construction industry expands.

    10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in Texas

    1. Pipe Welder (6G)/Pipefitter – Commercial – Austin, TX
      Construction Force Inc. (14 days ago) Austin,TX

      Seeking Pipe Welder/Fitter for Commercial work in Austin, TX * must be 6G certified * Commercial – Mechanical…chill water pipe (largest is 8″)….running…

    2. Welders – Structural and Welder Fabrication
      Lincoln Tyler Management Services, LLC (28 days ago) Dallas,TX

      We are in need of experienced, contract Structural Welders and Welder Fabrication to add to our team! Makes this a great opportunity!…

      Trade Management Inc (30+ days ago) Longview,TX


    4. Welder
      CAPA (30+ days ago) Penitas,TX

      Examining finish products and spare parts and comparing them with samples to check whether the specifications are met;…

    5. Experienced Welders
      Industrial Kiln & Dryer Group (28 days ago) Texas City,TX

      Industrial Kiln & Dryer Group*, a leader in the rotary equipment service, is looking for team members with welding and mechanical skills….

    6. Welder Needed ASAP! Apply in person M-F 9AM-11Am or 2PM- 4PM
      51 Esplanade Blvd Ste 600 Merla, LLC (29 days ago) Houston,TX

      No overtime at this time*. Uses basic welders tools and equipment, maintains welding consumables inventory. Sets up and operates welding equipment, including…

    7. Structural Welder
      Enerflex (5 days ago) Houston,TX

      Headquartered in Calgary, Canada, Enerflex has more than 2,000 employees globally and operates in over seven regions around the world….

    8. Welder – GEMS 3W
      General Electric (14 days ago) Fort Worth,TX

      Welders will be. Welder may include but is not limited to:. GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive…

    9. Welders & Pipe Welders – Commercial – Temple, TX
      Construction Force Inc. (30+ days ago) Temple,TX

      Single Hand Welders. Seeking Welders for Commercial Construction in Temple, TX area. Journeyman level needed….

    10. Structural Welder
      Ranger Oilfield Products, LLC (29 days ago) Willis,TX

      We are looking for an experienced structural welder for a project lasting at least 5 weeks. At the conclusion of this project this position may or may not…

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    As the state with the highest number of welding jobs in the country, Texas has more than double the number of welding jobs as the state with the second most welders California. In 2015, there were a total of 55,020 welding jobs in Texas, which is a big jump from the 39,661 jobs in the state in 2009.(see more here.) Overall that is an increase of over 38% more jobs in just six years. The economy of the state continues to increase leading to more and more job opportunities for skilled and certified welders.

    A large part of the state’s economy is driven by the oil industry. This industry creates a high demand for skilled welders to work on pipelines and fabrication. Texas also has a high number of underwater welding companies including two of the largest in the nation, Bisso Marine located in Houston and US Underwater Services located in Mansfield. The welding opportunities in Texas range from more experienced and high paying positions to more entry-level roles. Jobs also vary by industry so there are a variety of options to fit any welder’s interests and abilities. Skilled and certified welders are always in high demand to meet the growing needs of the many industries employing welders.