Metallurgical Laboratory Assistant Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Metallurgical Laboratory Assistant in United States

The average salary of a(n) Metallurgical Laboratory Assistant in United States is $56,955.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Metallurgical Laboratory Assistant in United States is $27.38.

The average bonus of a(n) Metallurgical Laboratory Assistant in United States is $1,264.00.

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Assesses data obtained from investigation of physical and chemical properties of metals or processes used in recovering metals from their ores to select method, standards, and procedures of examination and testing, and conducts tests. Examines operating records and test reports, or observes and investigates processing to determine conformance to established procedures, methods, and standards. Conducts physical, chemical, and process examinations, using metallurgical equipment and instruments for routine, special, and experimental investigations. Writes report indicating deviations from specifications and recommends corrective measures for approval. Less

Assesses data obtained from investigation of physical and chemical properties of metals or processes used in recovering metals from their ores to select method, standards, and procedures of examination and testing, and conducts tests. Examines operating records and test reports,... More

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