Steel quickly became influential in North America, where massive iron ore deposits allowed the United States to become one of the most impactful economies on the planet.
Today, steel is used across different industries, such as aerospace, shipbuilding, heavy equipment design, pipeline transport and mining. A mixture of different metals, iron, and carbon, steel is a tougher metal, used for nearly unlimited purposes. Steel requires far less energy to produce than other metals. However, steel production still contributes a significant amount of pollution.
Transportation (cars and ships), buildings and infrastructure (like bridges!), various machinery and appliances, packaging. Steel can be found in daily use items like certain cutlery, doorknobs and hardware like nuts, bolts and screws.
Welders, Plant Managers, Steel Sales Representatives, Material Handlers, Maintenance Technicians, Process Associates, Steel Project Engineers, Structural Steel AUTO CAD Designers, Steel Mill Operators, Steel Detailers...the list goes on...these are just a sample of the different career tracks in steel.