Do I Want to Be a Jewelry Repair Technician?
Jewelry repair technicians use metal, special chemicals and tools to size rings, reset stones, modify jewelry and replace broken jewelry parts. This job typically requires considerable on-the-job training to become fully skilled, and common places of employment include jewelry manufacturers and sellers as well as repair shops.
Jewelry repair technicians are at risk of injury from tools and chemicals, physical strain from long hours performing bench work, and in some cases, from security threats from working with high-end and valuable jewelry pieces. Retail work hours are common; night and weekend work may be required. However, self-employed workers have the opportunity to set their own hours.
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