Glass Blower Salary in Arizona - State Average

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Average Salary for Glass Blower in Arizona - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Glass Blower in Arizona - State Average is $37,223.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Glass Blower in Arizona - State Average is $17.90.

The average bonus of a(n) Glass Blower in Arizona - State Average is $558.00.

Job Description:

Blows through blowpipe, shaping gather (gob of molten glass) into glassware. Receives blowpipe from gatherer and examines gather on blowpipe for imperfections, utilizing knowledge of molten glass characteristics. Inflates gather, blowing through pipe while rotating pipe to prevent sagging and to obtain desired shape, or blows and rotates gather in mold or on board to obtain final shape. May dip end of blowpipe into molten glass to collect gather on head of pipe. May strike neck of finished article to separate article from blowpipe. May pull gather with tongs to aid in shaping. May use compressed air to inflate gather. Less

Blows through blowpipe, shaping gather (gob of molten glass) into glassware. Receives blowpipe from gatherer and examines gather on blowpipe for imperfections, utilizing knowledge of molten glass characteristics. Inflates gather, blowing through pipe while rotating pipe to prevent sagging and... More

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