Wyoming is a great place to become a welder. There is ample opportunity and fair wages for welders of all levels and skills.
There are many great Wyoming companies that are always looking for talented welders. Some of the best companies to work for include:
- Wyoming Machinery Company
- Granite Peak Fabrication
- Aviat Aircraft
Wyoming Welding Schools
Below are some of the best welding schools in Wyoming and more details about what you need to work as one in the state.
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Wyoming Welding Salaries
Welding is well-paying job across the United States.
Statewide, the top welding earners make approximately $64,710 while the lowest paid earn about $30,330. So if you are just starting out then you would be closer to that lower range – many years of experience bring the higher range.
The median salaries below are for Wyoming. The media represents a number where half of the welders earn less than that amount, while the other half earn more.
Choosing A Welding School In Wyoming
When choosing the right school, you need to consider a variety of factors.
Below is a short list of considerations when deciding on a welding school to attend.
- Are you looking for an urban or country feel?
- Is financial aid or scholarships needed?
- Will you stay on a campus or commute?
- Will you be going part time or full time
- Do you know what kind of welding you are interested in doing?
- Would you be interested in a 2 year degree or just want a certificate program?
- Will you need help with job placement?
Every school is so different, so do not just jump in without reaching out to them. Give them a call and ask lots of questions!
How Much Will A Wyoming Welding School Cost?
Welding schools can range in price, but usually are in the $5,000 to $15,000 range. This of course depends on the location and courses you take.
Not all schools have their fees on their website, so it is best that you call them and confirm this information before applying.
Many schools also offer financial aid and scholarships as well – so definitely look into those as well to bring costs down.