Jogger Printing Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Jogger Printing in United States

The average salary of a(n) Jogger Printing in United States is $33,405.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Jogger Printing in United States is $16.06.

The average bonus of a(n) Jogger Printing in United States is $431.00.

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Printing - Rolltender - Walton, KY

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Jogger - Printing production:. 1+ years’ experience in Roll Tender and Jogger work in web offset printing....

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Printer I - Saint Petersburg, FL

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Must have prior printing experience ; Operation of digital printing equipment and an offset press; Work involves driving to deliver print orders and to pick up...

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2nd Sheetfed Operator - Mesquite, TX

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Measures plate thickness and inserts packing sheets on plate cylinder to build up plate to printing height and installs and locks plate into position, using...

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Sheetfed Press Operator - Mesquite, TX

IntegraColor

Measures plate thickness and inserts packing sheets on plate cylinder to build up plate to printing height and installs and locks plate into position, using...

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Copy / Printing Associate -First Responder - Ledyard, CT

Ricoh

Uses shrink-wrap machine, paper cutter, hole driller, bindery equipment, jogger, tape machine, stackers, electric stapler and scales in completion of various...

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