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Average Salary for Cobbler in Colorado - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Cobbler in Colorado - State Average is $29,788.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Cobbler in Colorado - State Average is $14.32.

The average bonus of a(n) Cobbler in Colorado - State Average is $423.00.

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Repairs shoes damaged in manufacturing process: inspects shoe or reads ticket to determine defects. Removes damaged parts, using handtools, such as knife, hammer, lasting tool, prying tool, and tack puller. Operates stitching machine or stitches by hand to repair broken or missed stitches and to replace parts. Relasts shoe to remove defects, such as wrinkles from outer parts, bunching of inner parts, and crooked seams. Aligns and cements parts, such as edges, bindings, heels, soles, and uppers of shoe by hand. May fill holes and cracks in shoes, using colored wax filler. May be designated according to part of shoe repaired as cobbler, sole; cobbler, upper; lining repairer; or according to method of shoe construction as cobbler, mckay. Less

Repairs shoes damaged in manufacturing process: inspects shoe or reads ticket to determine defects. Removes damaged parts, using handtools, such as knife, hammer, lasting tool, prying tool, and tack puller. Operates stitching machine or stitches by hand to repair broken... More

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