Hoist and Winch Operators generally receive Moderate-term on-the-job training before they are capable of performing their job at an acceptable level.
Once employed, Hoist and Winch Operators can expect to earn an average of $39,000 per year throughout their career.
In addition, over the coming 10 years Hoist and Winch Operators will see a moderate decline in jobs available within their industry. They will likely experience a decline in employment of -1.2%. In respect to starting your own business, Hoist and Winch Operators rarely feel the entrepreneurial itch. Currently, 0.0% of the employment base is classified as self-employed.
Given the job environment today, it should come as no surprise that Hoist and Winch Operators are currently facing unemployment levels approaching 8.6%.
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