Cory McAllister takes a 10pm welding class at Lone Star College in Houston, Jan 28, 2015. Welding and other once-faltering blue-collar jobs are finding new life amid the Gulf Coast region’s industrial revival.
Cory McAllister takes a 10pm welding class at Lone Star College in Houston, Jan 28, 2015. Welding and other once-faltering blue-collar jobs are finding new life amid the Gulf Coast region’s industrial revival. MICHAEL STRAVATO NYT
Cory McAllister takes a 10pm welding class at Lone Star College in Houston, Jan 28, 2015. Welding and other once-faltering blue-collar jobs are finding new life amid the Gulf Coast region’s industrial revival. MICHAEL STRAVATO NYT

As demand jumps for welders, community colleges fill a training gap

March 14, 2015 04:00 PM

UPDATED March 12, 2015 11:25 PM

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