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Photographic Laboratory Workers
Photographic laboratory workers develop black-and-white and color film, using chemical baths or printing machines. They mount slides as well as sort and package finished photographic prints. Some of these laboratory workers are known as darkroom technicians, film laboratory technicians, and developers. There are approximately 22,000 photographic process workers and 51,000 photographic processing machine operators employed in the United States.