Paper Processing Workers

If you are considering a career in paper processing, high school courses in chemistry, physics, and mathematics are valuable. Because the industry is heavily computerized, basic computer skills are vital. You should take classes in computers whenever possible. If you are interested in installing and repairing paper processing machinery, courses in shop, mechanical drawing, and blueprint reading may also prove helpful.


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