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welding graduate

Matt Podlaszewski graduated from Penn Commercial Business/Technical School in August 2015 from the Welding Technology program. His education here, which he was able to complete in under one year, allowed him to achieve his goal of getting a great job in the trades. Right out of high school, however, Matt originally went to Mercyhurst…(Read More)

Skilled trade worker

Three skilled trade careers that are in-demand now. Welding. Installing and maintaining electrical equipment. Setting up indoor heating and air conditioning systems. These are all tasks that must be completed by skilled trade workers, for their proper completion is of fairly high importance. Skilled trades are seldom listed among the popular career choices for…(Read More)

Pennsylvania Gas and Oil Industry Jobs Gone Header Image

Employment in Once-Booming Marcellus Shale Anything But Stable The year was 2004. For the first time in Pennsylvania, drilling on a Marcellus Shale well was completed in Washington County in the southwest region of the state, in an effort to access and extract the reservoir’s precious and—what producers hoped would be bountiful…(Read More)

Welders in Pennsylvania

Did you know that more than 50 percent of the products in the United States require welding at some point in their manufacturing process? That percentage includes computers, cell phones, oil rigs, bridges and ships. You might be able to infer that because so many things we use to succeed as a nation require welding…(Read More)

welder wearing welding helmet using a tig welding machine

Are you considering a job in the welding industry? It’s a good choice! While many individuals are focusing on digital technology as they look to the future, skilled trades are actually a better option depending upon your needs, your skills, and your goals. The welding, cutting, soldering, and brazing industries are expected to grow…(Read More)