If you enjoy working with your hands and would like to work in construction, you might consider training as a glazier. These professionals install a variety of glass products, including windows and skylights, in buildings. Keep reading to learn about training and career options in this field.

Inside Being a Glazier

Glaziers cut, fit, transport, install, remove and replace a variety of glass products, from glass tabletops to glass building facades. A glazier may be employed by a company that specializes in glass work or self-employed as a contractor. Glass work usually is done outside at construction sites, and it generally involves physical labor. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), glaziers typically work 40 hours a week; however, they might put in up to 60 hours a week during construction booms (

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