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Entrance to the Lithographic Trades
Employers in the lithographic printing industry require beginners to have at least one or two years of high-school education.
The Bindery
The bindery is that branch of the printing industry which takes the printed sheets from the pressroom, assembles them, fastens them together in one of several ways, and cuts or trims them to the required sizes.
The Importance of the Bindery
There are three stages in the production of a printed article after the copy that is to be printed reaches the composing room.
The Work of the Bindery
Pamphlet or magazine binding is called soft-cover binding to distinguish it from bookbinding or hard-cover work.
Entrance to the Bindery Occupations
The bindery trades do not require the preparation that is demanded of the composing-room and pressroom trades.
Automobile Trades - The Importance of the Occupations
The workers in the automobile trades are important because we are dependent on automobiles and trucks, to a very great extent, for the transportation of passenger traffic and the necessities of life.
Automobile Trades - The Places of Employment
The automobile mechanic may find employment either in a service station or in a garage that does general repair work.
Automobile Trades - The Future of the Occupations
The automobile industry is expanding due to the fact that cars are being manufactured at a lower cost thereby enabling many people to buy them. It is also expanding because many industrial concerns are increasing the number of automobile trucks, which they are using for transportation purposes.
Automobile Trades - Entrance to the Occupations
The promotional opportunities in the automobile trades are as great as they are in any other group of trades.
Why We Need Stationary Engineers
A stationary engineer is a man who operates or assists in the operation of a steam power plant.
The Work of the Stationary Engineer
The stationary engineer is called upon in the course of his work to perform many tasks of a mechanical nature.
How One May Become a Stationary Engineer
The stationary engineer must have a great deal of practical knowledge to be able to operate a plant efficiently. He should understand the care of steam boilers and the conditions affecting them.
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