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Veterans in Piping
The UA VIP offers many programs, including a 16-week accelerated welding program that prepares graduates for a lifelong career
in the construction industry. New welders that have graduated from the UA VIP program are assured job security with good wages
and excellent benefits throughout their career.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that the construction field will need to attract 240,000 workers each year to replace those
retiring from the workforce.
For more information, visit the UA’s Veterans in Piping site.
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 FIND A CONTRACTOR
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MassPlumbers at Greater Boston PCA • 5 Elm St., Suite 8, Danver
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See the Veterans in Piping Video
Veterans of the U.S. Military have served your country well, providing
security for all Americans. The United Association of the Plumbers and
Pipe Fitters Union (UA) wants to give back to those who have given
so much.
Returning veterans have at times had difficulty finding good jobs.
Therefore, the UA has created a program called Veterans In Piping (UA
VIP). The UA VIP program helps returning veterans transition to civilian life,
receive training, and find careers with contractors throughout the country.
These contractors are “arming” themselves for the construction boom of
the near future.
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