Have you felt the call of the open ocean? Maybe you want to remain with your feet firmly planted on the shore but work within the marine industry? In spite of stereotypes, there is a growing number of professional women in shipyards and other maritime jobs.
Your shipyard has unique requirements that many other employers don’t have to contend with. One of those things may be the need to employ swing shift workers for your marine environment.
You can’t deny the draw of the seas. The siren’s call that has been a beacon for seafarers through the centuries.
There has been a lot of concern over the last few years that the skilled trades workers currently in the industry are beginning to face retirement.
No one wants to face the reality of being laid off from their job. And hopefully, you’ll never have to experience it.
Augmented reality is garnering a lot of attention today. And you may think it is just for video gamers or people who want to walk around with Google Glass, but there are wide reaching implications for augmented reality in everyday tasks.
Are you looking for a job in a shipyard or marine environment? One of the best resources available to job seekers is working with agencies specializing in these types of placements.
You might think bullying is a behavior left behind on the school yard, but it is becoming more and more apparent that bullying can lead to issues in the workplace as well.
Have you thought about a career in welding? There are a variety of career paths you can take once you have the basic skills and begin to accumulate experience.
There are a lot of safety risks in a shipyard. You are certainly aware of the big risks including falling or eye protection.