Numerical Control Tool Programmers
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Most employers require tool programmers to have a high school diploma or GED. Some prefer to hire programmers who have completed a formal training program. Employers who train programmers usually prefer applicants who have experience as machine tool operators or machinists.
Employers look for applicants who are skilled in using computers and electronics.
Experienced tool programmers can advance to working on more difficult projects. Those who have good people skills may become supervisors.
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