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Information in this tool comes from the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Apprenticeship, and from CareerOneStop.


Average Pay

Sheet Metal Workers

Across the U.S.

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Career Outlook
Sheet Metal Workers


New job opportunities
are likely
in the future.

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Typical Training

Sheet Metal Workers

Typical training
at entry is a

High school diploma or equivalent

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An apprenticeship combines on-the-job training and technical instruction to help workers enter highly skilled occupations. Workers earn a salary while gaining valuable skills. Learn more about apprenticeship.

Apprenticeship programs are sponsored by an employer, labor group, or employer association. The U.S Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship works together with state apprenticeship agencies to administer the program nationally. You can learn more from either:

  • An employer or organization that has sponsored apprenticeships
  • The office that administers apprenticeship programs in your area

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