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Watch and Clock Repairers

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Watch and clock repairers work in a variety of settings, including home businesses, department stores, shopping centers, jewelry stores, or repair shops. Work areas are typically clean, well lighted, and comfortable. Repairers often work individually and sit at a workbench much of the time. Repairs consist of close work with fine tools and delicate instruments, causing some people to experience eyestrain, especially at the start of their training or career. They can minimize this by using the right equipment and following proper procedures.

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