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Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators

On the Job

 

Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators set up and monitor machines. They lift material onto machines and adjust machines' settings. They work to reduce or prevent malfunctions.


Physical Demands   

This career requires good hearing and time standing, walking, or running.

 

Typical Work Tasks

People who work in this career often:


Typical Working Conditions

 

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