solderer


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a worker who joins or mends with solder

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Among other things, she was a pork trimmer in meatpacking houses, a hotel maid, a laundry worker, a jar capper, a waitress, and a solderer.
The use of the mechanical or "chain" solderer to replace the hand method for sealing the tins of salmon, eventually superseded by the solderless canning line, served the same purposes.
She was employed as a solderer at the International Rectifier in Leominster.
James works as a solderer at Sapphire Research and Electrics in Ferndale but performs at restaurants, bars, weddings and birthday parties in his spare time.
Partridge worked for many years as an electronics Solderer.
Gwen worked as a solderer and then moved to work in the canteen at George Wimpey.
Piskala was a tester at the Webster Record Company in Dudley, and then a solderer at the American Optical Company in Southbridge before retiring in 1975.
Anthony Givans, aged 51, of Edgbaston, was unemployed for six years before being employed as a solderer.
Helen worked as a solderer and conformal coder for the Electron Company in Webster and for Allied Signal in Tucson.
htm) Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that in 2012, the most recent year for which it posted data, the country's roughly 357,000 welders, cutters, solderers and brazersAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA made about $36,000 a year.
The work undertaken by women in local Birmingham factories was far ranging and included machine operators, metal filers, lathe hands, inspectors, capstan hands, welders, solderers, packers and viewers.