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Paper Processing Workers

Experience, Skills, and Personality Traits

Experience as a paper processing worker will be developed on the job, working under a supervisor. To be successful, you should have good manual dexterity, problem-solving skills and auditory attention, meaning that you can focus in the presence of other loud noises. Most paper processing workers will need to learn how to control machines and make adjustments to control speed and output. Alertness, attention to detail, and good vision and hearing are also very important for the skilled workers who tend complicated control panels and check the quality of the product. The ability to work on a team is key to success in this career. Strong communication skills will help you to work well with other workers and your supervisors.

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