Steel’s future is bright—a strong argument for joining the North American steel industry—one of the most competitive industries in the world. Our greatest asset? People. We’re looking for more, and we’re looking for the best and the brightest. 

If you want to work in an industry concerned with the environment, then try steel. Steel is the most recycled material in the world. Once re-melted and refined, one steel product can show up as virtually any steel product without loss of quality. In fact, more steel is recycled each year more than all other materials combined.

If you’re interested in new growth markets – think about steel. Work on a project for steel to replace wood as the material of choice in residential construction—or the design of a new dent-resistant steel for fenders. Lend your ideas to the design and construction of a new $400 million plant—or your company’s e-business strategy.

Whether you’re a student looking for a career, already employed or in transition, or if you're an engineer, material scientist, finance or other business graduate, lawyer or computer science graduate, there are great opportunities in steel.

Looking for more on what’s out there? Check out our Member Companys' job banks or read profiles of people working in or for the steel industy.

Did You Know | Facts About The Steel Industry | American Iron and Steel Institute

A trend in construction is making homes that are stronger and more resistant to disaster. Galvanized steel studs are lightweight yet stronger than wood.