Dairy Products Manufacturing Workers

High School

Most dairy products workers learn their skills from company training sessions and on-the-job experience. Employers prefer to hire workers with at least a high school education. Courses that can provide helpful background for work in this field include mathematics, biology, and chemistry. Machine shop classes also can be useful for the experience gained in handling and repairing heavy machinery.  


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