This paper is about a career of being an electrical lineman. It will talk about how to become one, the work environment, what they do, how much it pays, and other information.
Will being a heavy equipment operator be as exciting as it sounds or will it just turn out to be a hard and boring job? Being a heavy equipment operator will prove to be intriguing because it takes a lot of team work and coordination to operate the equipment efficiently and correctly. Read on and discover the education needed to make this job the best it can be. Also discover the salary that could be earned. One thing to worry about though is the duties required to ear that salary.
So I did some research and found that, “Jobs added by 2020 would be a total of about 114,700 jobs.”(Explore the trades.com) This would help me by, a shoring that a job would be most likely available for me when I graduate, and I wouldn’t have to do a job I didn’t want to do! Which would tell me that I should really start trying things to prepare myself for this career of an electrician. More education I would need, I found on a website moreover said, “Make sure you take English seriously, because it’s needed in Blue prints and safety regulations” (BigFuture.CollegeBoard.com). This would help me with information, about how I would need to be able to be ready for when the time comes. Also this really great because, I currently have a (89.8) % in ELA. In a different find during research I found that, “Certain classes that are 4 years, and are in the special program created by the certain website will be free and or, at least 50% covered” (Learn.Org). This would help me save money, and get things easier when I would prerequisite them, and all I really care about is saving money, which would really help me in the long run! Also when you think about it since you would usually pay to take up to 4 years of classes, and you wouldn’t have to pay for it so, you would basically save up to (4) times as much money!!!!
In the next five years, there will be lots of people retire from their jobs which means people in high school now will have the opportunity to take those jobs. The job that seems the most interesting would be working at an electric co-op being a lineman. Linemen do a lot of things for the co-ops, including construction and repair of distribution lines. This job would require a lot of physical labor and time away from your family. These lineman give up a lot of things to help everybody else out. During every storm they are on call and they have to wait for a call to come in which means they sit at the electric dispatch place away from their families. I have linemen in my family and they have stated that they love their job and would not choose
Welding is the process of joining pieces of metal or other parts by heating the surfaces to the point of melting using a blow torch, electric arc, or other means. This careers demand has skyrocketed in recent years. According to Tri-County Technical College, welding is ranked as one of the top ten fastest growing career fields in South Carolina by the US Department of Labor (“Welding Associate's Degree”). Welding is a very meticulous career, to be a welder you have to be focused, careful and you have to have an extensive knowledge of the field to be successful. Welding requires a variety of skill sets. If a person has a variety of skills and experience doors will open up for positions such as: shipbuilding, automotive repair, and construction.
There are a great deal of jobs to pick from in addition I have made the decision to be an electrician. An electrician goes to residential areas and installs wire, light fixture, and outlets. The job also takes people skills for the reason that you work with people every day and must meet there needs if you want them as a longtime customer. It is one of the fastest growing jobs of today; there are hundreds of them just here in Colorado. An electrician will not require a college education. An education in business would be okay if you were to start your own company. To be an electrician you are required to have a 4-5 year apprenticeship and journeyman's license. It is not all serious though it also pays a significant amount. Picking a career is a significant process thing there's apprenticeships, getting the job, and making enough money to support yourself (NECA, 2016).
On any given Sunday, America has tens of thousands of arm chair quarterbacks sitting in their living rooms calling the shots for the NFL teams of their choice, but the “arm chair lineman” is basically unheard of. An effective offensive line is crucial to the success of any football team. Without a working line, many quarterbacks and running backs would not have the successful careers they now possess. The left tackle is the second highest paid player in the NFL, according to an article in the magazine Bleacher Report (Salman, 2008). The exorbitant salary received by left tackles illustrates the organization’s understanding of the necessity for a powerful offensive line. The work of the offensive line is to provide protection and create time for other players to make decisions and follow through with game-changing plays.
The career I am researching is a “Sheet Metal Worker”. I am researching this career because I would someday want to go into the field of sheet metal working. I will want to do this because this career leads to many different careers such as a field installer, a product manufacturer, and an architectural designer.
A final benefit of being a heavy equipment operator is there is a good work environment.Equipment operators work the regular construction hours 6 to 5 or 8 to 6. Those are pretty long hours. Some people enjoy those hours those hours are rugged doing some physical
Hi, I’m Lissette Jaslyn Vierra I attend Ceres High School I will be a senior this upcoming fall. I kind of have an idea on what I want to become as an adult, I would like to be an engineer. Not completely sure what kind, but I have 3 top ones: A Robotic Engineer, an Electrical Engineer, or maybe some kind of Criminal Justice Engineer. As for the Criminal Justice Engineer, I would like to join the Army or Airforce to build something to protect the men and women serving our country. The other two Engineer course are really fun and I enjoy making robots and wiring them to move.
Consolidated has a few problems with their inventory control. They have a purchasing agent doing periodic checks of their inventory without reviewing their history and the demand. The lack of a computer inventory system is another problem that Consolidated must address. To design a system for consolidated the company needs to make some changes to its structure and organization.
I think that Lincoln Electric (LE) should definitely has a production facility in India because of its growth and foreseen opportunities, but if I were LE I would suggest to enter with a local partner in order to gain knowledge and experience in how the country operates in terms of bureaucracy, labor, culture and so on.