9+ Best Welder Quotes: Exclusive Selection

Profoundly inspirational welder quotes will challenge the way you think, and make your life worth living.

Famous Welder Quotes

Paternalistic regulations often prohibit women from holding jobs in certain industries: In the Russian Federation, women cannot drive trucks in the agriculture sector; in Belarus, they cannot be carpenters; in Kazakhstan, they cannot be welders. — Sri Mulyani Indrawati

My father was indeed a musician, but he was a weekend warrior. He was a welder, actually, and worked all his life at the Ironworks in Beloit Wisconsin, and he played in a swing band on weekends. — Robin Zander

You don’t need a college degree to be a good carpenter, welder, plumber, auto mechanic, member of the armed forces, or firefighter. — Kathy Szeliga

Once you become successful, people know where you live, the type of house you live in, the kind of car you drive, the clothes you wear, and so it would be patronising to go and talk like a welder. Welding’s a mystery to me now. You can’t go back, your life changes every day. — Billy Connolly

We need women to go through apprentice programs. I’ve seen women who did, and who are now highly trained electricians and welders. These are jobs that women are capable of doing. — Hilda Solis

I ate supper after Dad saw the evening shift down the shaft, and I went to sleep to the ringing of a hammer on steel and the dry hiss of an arc welder at the little tipple machine shop during the hoot-owl shift. — Homer Hickam

My mother and father raised their eyebrows at first when I said I wanted to be an actor because I was in this industrial city. My dad had done a bit of boxing on the side, but he was a welder first and foremost. I was 17, and I said, ‘I want to be an actor.’ They worried it was a waste of time. — Sean Bean

I told Celine Dion not to record that ‘Titanic’ song. That’s about as big as you can get. ‘Flashdance?’ I thought, ‘Welder by day, disco dancer by night – who wants to see that?’ — David Foster

I left school when I was 16; then I worked for my father, who was a welder. And I was a welder for three years, you know, welder of fabrication, metal ’cause it was a big industrial town, Sheffield. It was much steel and coal and stuff like that. — Sean Bean

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