Welding and Soldering Machine Operators
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Some employers prefer applicants who have knowledge of computers. This is because some machine operators program computer-controlled machinery. This mainly applies to those who set up the machines.
Employers look for applicants who have good eyesight, hand-eye coordination, and hand control. Applicants should also be in good physical condition.
Welding and soldering machine operators can advance to more skilled jobs. With additional training and experience, they may become skilled welders or solderers. These workers have more responsibility, plan their work, and use hand-held equipment.
Braze Operator, Fitter-Welder, Machine Operator, Mig Welder, Robot Operator, Spot Welder, Technical Associate (TA), Fabricator, Finishing Technician, Welder
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