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Iron worker career cluster: Construction and Extraction Occupations. Mateo Friscioni February 7,2014 4 th hour Career/ Technology Foundations . Introduction.

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iron worker career cluster construction and extraction occupations

Iron workercareer cluster:Construction and Extraction Occupations

Mateo Friscioni

February 7,2014

4th hour

Career/ Technology Foundations

  • “My dad, he worked rebar, an ironworker. Watching my pops get up every single morning, going into work, working hard - I think that really made me want to work that hard, wanted to make me get up early and go for a run or get a lift in or get some extra hitting in and really try to better myself every day’’-Bryce Harper. Working in my shop is really fun I love it. In the summer I work at my dads shop and I like it because I can weld and help my dad do stuff that needs to be done. In order to get a better understanding of my chosen career for an iron worker I will be researching “Nature of work, work conditions, Training, Qualifications, Advancement, job outlook, earrings, and back up career.
nature of work
Nature of work
  • Unload and stack prefabricated steel so that it can be lifted easily with slings
  • Use a crane to lift steel beams, girders, and columns into place
  • Stand on beams or girders to help position pieces that are being lifted
  • Signal crane operators for positioning of the structural steel
  • Align beams and girders into position
  • Verify vertical and horizontal alignment of the structural steel
  • Connect columns, beams, and girders with bolts or by welding them into place
  • Use metal shears, torches, and welding equipment to cut, bend, and weld the steel
working conditions
Working conditions
  • Physical or mental: Both because you need physical strength to carry steel and mental strength to understand the blue prints
  • Outdoor or indoor: Both because you can be on the field putting up the structure of the building or indoor fabricating
  • Hours: Normally it’s a 8 hour day but since my dad owns it we can work longer or shorter hour
  • Conditions: The conditions change with the letter in the shop its hot in the summer and cold in the winter, outside the conditions are the same
training qualification and advancement
Training, qualification and Advancement
  • There is no real education you need
job outlook employment
Job outlook/Employment
  • Employment rate: rise 11 percent
  • Find a job in: my dads shop in Clinton Township
  • I will keep my shop in Clinton Township
  • Years pay: 83,790 per year
  • Life style goal #1: Live in a 2 story house (-) 185,000
  • Goal #2: Drive a Ford Raptor (+) 70,000
  • Goal #3: Take over the shop when dad retires(+)
  • Goal #4: Own a German Sheppard and a Rottweiler(+)
back up career
Back up career
  • For a back up career I would love to be a professional foot ball player
  • I would love to be on the Pittsburgh Steelers
  • I want to be a iron worker because of all theses things I could have with hard work. I really like to work hard because I feel accomplished when I finish all the work. It makes me proud of myself. So I hope I will get this occupation. If I could ask for one thing it would be to do this. And maybe one day it will be my company when my dad hands it down to me. So I have not changed what I want to do. So hopefully the work will be good in the feature. And ill I need is a high school diploma but I still want to go to college to have a shot at my back up career.
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