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Burlington, VT
Flexo Prepress Tech & Prepress Manager Location: US- VT - Burlington, VT - 05408 Jobcode: NJ9878 Email this job to a friend Apply Online or email this job to apply later Flexographic printing...
2 days ago
North Springfield, VT
19 Precision Drive compensation: $40,000 to $50,000 depending on skill set employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post JOB DESCRIPTION: SPC PRINT. INTEGRATED. is looking for someone who...
30+ days ago
The Graphic Edge - Rutland, VT
Status/Hours: Full-Time, Non-Exempt Monday-Friday 6:00am-2:30pm Job Summary: Work in the screen printing department to complete custom printed garment orders and ready them for the shipping...
30+ days ago

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By carefully setting up and proofing your images in Lightroom, you can create prints worth sharing and selling. Author Tim Grey continues his exploration of Lightroom, this time in its Print...

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Advice on Finding Your Next Job in the Printing Industry

Experts predict that the total number of print industry jobs will decline over the next 10 years. By some estimates, the industry may see a decrease as high as 18 percent between 2014 and 2024. In spite of these facts, employment prospects for printing specialists are still favorable. The best of these printing jobs will go to the best-prepared workers. Here's some advice for staying ahead of the curve.