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Work Environment

Glaziers who are employed by construction companies, glass suppliers, or glazing contractors may have to drive trucks that carry glass and tools to and from job sites. Working on buildings may require them to be outdoors, sometimes in unpleasant weather. Bad weather can also cause the shutdown of job activities, limiting the hours glaziers work and thus also limiting their pay. Glaziers typically work 40-hour weeks and receive compensation for overtime.

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