I’m currently taking a welding class in High School and I have already achieved a couple of certs. This year i’m entering the TSA competition hoping to win district and maybe even be a state champion. The reasons why I would like to attend Tulsa Welding School is to further my education on welding and it’s also a small sized school located close to home. Tulsa Welding School is only specific for welding and pipefitting and doesn’t have other courses, so you can focus only on what you are really there for. The welding program only takes 7 months to complete, where in other schools it would take about 2 years.
The benefits to being a vet is you get to take 2-4 weeks of paid vacation. You also get to have paid sick leave which isn’t typical for most jobs. Your salary as a vet can range from 65,000-150,000 dollars a year. Now there are many different types of vets so you get paid depending on the type of vet you are. Being a vet takes a lot of hard work and dedication.
And it takes you about 8 months to get certified in welding but it took me 3 months to get certified if you want to receive advanced training you will learn how to weld a fuw new welding techniques such as SMAW flux core, tig,mig processes for use in pipe welding and manufacturing applications and pipe fitting skills and if you want to work for industrial shutdown it last from a few months for most people doing this type of work the traveling is done within about a 1000 mile radius of your home and if you do work the shutdown you typically spend six month on the road and six month
I will be attending Rogue Community College (RCC) in September full time. To reach this goal, I will need to save at least $100 from each of my two week paychecks for 8 months to help with tuition and books. It is about $95 per credit at RCC and to be a Registered Nurse, you need at least 46 credits which is a little over $4,000. Being able to save $200 from my paycheck for 8 months covers about $1,600 of the tuition cost. I plan on applying for financial aid and using the money my parents already have saved up for me to pay for the rest of my schooling.
The United States Coast Guard has conducted over 18,000 search and rescue missions in the past year. That adds up to a lot of money. But everyone is still in a discussion whether society should pay or the people that put themselves in danger. Even though people are breaking the law by crossing marked off areas, society should pay for search and rescue missions because people are already paying with their taxes and risk takers should be cared for. Every day, more and more people are taking new risks and somebody has to pay for the rescue missions when somebody puts themselves in danger.
Hydraulic fracturing has helped the economy in some ways. For example fracking has created over 60,000 new jobs such as drillers, pipe fitters, electricians and engineers for our communities. In Pennsylvania, New York, West Virginia and Texas together have enough natural gas to power the entire United States for 110 years because of fracking. In some ways fracking is good for the economy like for example, it gives all Americans a clean, inexpensive source of fuel, and helps the growth of the economy. Keep in mind fracking has also caused earthquakes, pollution and health issues for humans, but in the early 1980s, there was so much natural gas that all gas prices were reduced.
One thing that is different here in Grand Rapids than in Utah is the parking fee is high for students. Students must pay $3.50 every time they need to park. This can add up quickly especially if you have classes every day. I must say the size of the classes at the community college has really benefited me. It gives the teacher more time to assess questions I, or another student might have.
I like how you used minimum wage as one of the tensions between economics and ethics. This is a popular topic in the news now and seems to come up every couple of years. There are many pros of raising the minimum wage such as higher worker morale, improved living standards and increase consumer spending. At the same time there are disadvantages as companies could raise their prices, jobs could be cut, and reduce desire for career advancement. If I own a coffee shop and increase the wages of all employees to $15 an hour, but have to layoff 3 employees in the process am I doing an ethical or unethical thing?
It is a shocking truth that privatized prisons in America are getting paid for having a certain amount of inmates filling their beds. Between 1990 and 2009, the number of private prison inmates increased by more that 1600 percent and 65 percent of all private prison contracts pay private prisons a set amount of cash per prisoner. AZ, OK, LA and VA all have contracts that require 95% to 100% occupancy in private prisons at all times. When the prisons dont meet this percentage, they have to pay. Or in some corrupt and terrible situations the prisons pay members of authority to arrest and put people in their prisons so they dont have to pay and can get more money because their beds are full.
Almost eight out of ten end up in a landfill or incinerator. Also, Hundreds of millions end up as litter on roads, beaches, streams, and other waterways. Taxpayers pay hundred millions of dollars each year in disposal and litter cleanup costs. In conclusion, tap water is the better choice over bottled water. Bottled water has to go through so many processes to make it safe for us to drink.
Yes it cost a lot but the job you get after your going to make way more money over your whole life paying for the college than you will with a minimum wage job. After it 's paid for then you have all the money that you need instead of living paycheck to paycheck. Although it might not be the right option for everyone but you know where you stand. Overall college is the better option. You will have a lot of opportunities and get way more money.