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Sailors and Marine Oilers


Perform a variety of tasks on ships.

Sailors and Marine Oilers perform a wide variety of tasks on ships. They may stand watch to look for things that block the ship's path, measure water depth, or use emergency equipment as directed. They may also work to maintain the ship.

Wages $23.55 per hour on average  
Outlook Statewide data not available
Education & Training High School or less is needed for entry.
Related Programs (Current training programs available)
On the Job Work Activities
Career Pathways Transportation Operations
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