The average pay for a Leather Worker is $24,369 a year and $12 an hour in Arkansas, United States.
The average salary range for a Leather Worker is between $19,239 and $28,684.
On average, a Less Than HS Degree is the highest level of education for a Leather Worker.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arkansas, United States.
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Punches holes, installs rivets, and finishes edges of leather products, such as holsters, rifle cases, and belts, using handtools: marks holes in article, using template and marking pencil.
Punches holes for rivets, snaps, or buttons, using hand punch.
Fastens parts together, using rivets, stitching machine, needle and thread, or adhesive.
Attaches eyelets and metal decorations to article, using hammer and punch.
Cuts around edge of article to smooth edge, using knife.
Brushes stain on cut edge to match color of article.
Rubs finished article with damp cloth to clean leather and rubs paste wax on surface, using cloth, to produce shine.
May emboss designs on leather surface.
May be designated according to article fabricated or repaired as holster maker; rifle-case repairer.
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Leather Worker Job Listings for Arkansas, United States