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For entry-level jobs most employers prefer high school or
vocational school graduates. To prepare yourself for a metalworking
career, you should take courses in algebra, geometry, mechanical
drawing, blueprint reading, machine shop, drafting, and computer
applications. If available, classes in electronics and hydraulics
can also be useful.
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