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Plastics Engineers and Technicians
If you are interested in a career as a plastics engineer or technician, follow your school's college prep program by taking classes in English, government, foreign language, and history. You should take additional classes in mathematics and the sciences, particularly chemistry and physics. Computer classes are also important. You should also take vo-tech, drafting, and other classes that involve you directly with design and manufacturing.
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