Most hand polishing applicants will need to possess at high school diploma or a G.E.D. certificate. Professionally, it is helpful to have some prior experience with mechanical tools in any manufacturing setting, whether it is electrical, automotive, or otherwise. Any familiarity with reading blueprints or drawings will also be helpful in applying for such a position. An associates degree in a vocational field might help applicants stand out when applying, but anything beyond that would lead an applicant to be a bit overqualified for the position and that applicant would probably not be considered for the position.
Periodically, there may also be training that is needed, while this training may occasionally cover new products to be used, in most cases the training would be in regards to health and safety procedures.
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