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Getting work in Canada or New Zealand or USA

Discussion in 'Potential Employees Seeking Work' started by dabsfabs, Jun 17, 2013.

  1. dabsfabs

    dabsfabs Well-Known Member

    Mar 3, 2013
    Somerset, UK

    Just wondering how easy or hard it would be for to find work in either of these countries.

    I have welding, on heavy equipment of and on for the last 10+ years form, HHD, industrial balers, recycling and construction plant. Before that I did coded welding on big engineering project projects, from nuclear to bridge work and military with some fitting thrown in along the way.

    I now run my own company offering mobile welding and line boring in the UK.

    Just have one medical issue require on-going treatment.

    Any reply would be great.