A welder at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, welds the initials of ship sponsor onto the keel plate of the destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr. A report this week from Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the average weekly wages in Jackson County is second-highest on the Coast at $924, thanks to industry like Ingalls.
A welder at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, welds the initials of ship sponsor onto the keel plate of the destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr. A report this week from Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the average weekly wages in Jackson County is second-highest on the Coast at $924, thanks to industry like Ingalls. Courtesy Huntington Ingalls Industries
A welder at Ingalls Shipbuilding in Pascagoula, welds the initials of ship sponsor onto the keel plate of the destroyer Frank E. Petersen Jr. A report this week from Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the average weekly wages in Jackson County is second-highest on the Coast at $924, thanks to industry like Ingalls. Courtesy Huntington Ingalls Industries

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