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    Welding Jobs in Louisiana

    Would you be surprised to learn that there are plenty of welding jobs in Louisiana? The residents and visitors of Louisiana love the diverse culture and food scene throughout the state as well as the entertainment possibilities in the major cities such as New Orleans. The state has a rich culture and history which attracts both visitors and new residents. It is also regularly ranked one of the happiest states in the country. The low cost of living and low tax burden also attracts people. Louisiana’s economy also continues to grow and bring in new businesses which in turn generate more job opportunities. The continued growth of the state and its economy also leads to a number of jobs for welders.

    10 Most Recently Posted Welding Jobs in Louisiana

    1. Welder
      Gulf Island Fabrication (4 days ago) Houma,LA

      Flux weldind, welding machine. Overhead crane operating, forklift use in shop, fitting and stockig materias were daily in the panel ship and also did some…

    2. Welder – Structural
      Wood (7 days ago) Saint James,LA

      We operate in more than 60 countries, employing around 55,000 people, with revenues of around billion. Wood is a global leader in the delivery of project,…

    3. Welder
      Setpoint Integrated Solutions (26 days ago) Luling,LA

      Less than 5%. Basic mechanical aptitude including, but not limited to, basic hand and power tool knowledge. Disassemble and reassemble valves without damaging…

    4. Combo Welder
      Jacobs (6 days ago) Garyville,LA

      At Jacobs, we help prepare people for new opportunities and challenges. Jacobs Global Field Services is a premier provider of construction, maintenance and…

    5. Pipe Welders* IMMEDIATE START
      EM Contracting, LLC (29 days ago) Morgan City,LA

      Pipe welders needed for immediate start job in Morgan City, LA. Must be available to work overtime hours….

    6. Welder
      Acadian Contractors, Inc. (30 days ago) Abbeville,LA

      Our team works in over 100,000 square feet of fabrication shops located on 125 acres of yard on both sides of the Vermillion River with 2 water access slips,…

    7. Combo Welder
      APTIM (7 hours ago) Baton Rouge,LA

      If interested please make sure you phone CURRENT phone number is on your resume/application and we will contact you….

    8. Shipyard Welder/Fitter
      St. John Fleeting (30+ days ago) Garyville,LA

      The candidate must be experienced in cutting, fairing, and washing steel with the use of a gas cutting torch as well as experienced with stick welding….

    9. Maintenance GRM (Pipefitter/Welder)
      Almatis Burnside LLC (30+ days ago) Burnside,LA

      Works from sketches, blueprints, and verbal instructions. ,000 life insurance policy – at no cost to the employee….

    10. Welder
      Epic Piping (30+ days ago) Livingston,LA

      The employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts; Use hand-welding or flame-cutting equipment to weld or join metal components or to fill holes,…

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    Louisiana is one of the states with the largest number of welding jobs in the country. With over 16,600 welding jobs in 2015, the state continues to grow in career opportunities for welders. Since 2009, the number of welding jobs has increased by over 20% as the economy grows. The average salary for welders in Louisiana is also higher than the national average. Louisiana boost a salary of $44,370 on average while the national average is just $40,970.*** Welders can find jobs in a number of different industries in the state.

    Some of the major employers of welders in Louisiana include shipyards given the large ports, construction companies and manufacturing companies. The state manufactures a number of different kinds of large equipment as well as petroleum and coal products. One of the largest underwater welding companies in the country C-Dive is also located in Louisiana in Houma. The company also performs a popular underwater service in the Gulf of Mexico—underwater burning. While there are many specialized welding positions in the state, Louisiana also has a demand for trained and certified welders for entry-level jobs.