Lens Grinders and Polishers
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Employers prefer to hire lens grinders and polishers who have a high school diploma or GED. Employers look for people who have good manual dexterity. They also look for people who are able to do very detailed work and follow directions.
Most people start in this occupation as a technician trainee. It can take up to one year to learn all the skills needed to become a lens grinder and polisher. Experienced lens grinders and polishers who have leadership skills may become managers or supervisors. Some lens grinders and polishers become opticians. Those who gain skills in all areas of making lenses may open their own retail store or laboratory.
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