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Paper Cutter Salary
in Arkansas, United States

$20,622 (USD)

Average Salary

$10/hr

Average Hourly

$225

Average Bonus

Salary Recap

The average pay for a Paper Cutter is $20,622 a year and $10 an hour in Arkansas, United States. The average salary range for a Paper Cutter is between $19,239 and $23,875. This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Arkansas, United States.

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Job Summary

Description:
  • Cuts, stores, and issues revenue stamps and labels: turns hand screws on paper-cutting tool to tighten paper guide that holds sheets of stamps or labels in position.
  • Pulls knife down by hand or steps on treadle that lowers knife to cut sheets.
  • Sharpens knife by rubbing it with abrasive stone.
  • Records number of sheets cut and sequence of serial numbers of revenue stamps.
  • Stocks cut revenue stamps and labels, and issues them on request.
  • May be designated according to type of paper item cut as revenue-stamp cutter.

Salary Potential

Estimated salary in 2024:
$23,907
5 Year Change:
16 %

Education

Education data not available for this job

Skills

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Paper Cutter Job Listings for Arkansas, United States

General Labor - Conway, AR
Jan 20
Conway, United States
WestRock Company
About WestRock (NYSE: WRK) partners with our customers to provide differentiated paper and ... Assistant Feeder Operator, Flexo Labor, Cutting Aerator, Sheeter Trainee, Feeder Packer, General ...
Senior Compliance Officer
Dec 31
Fayetteville, USA
Job Juncture, Inc.
Preserves orderly and detailed work papers, assists management with the determination of the cause ... Cutting-edge knowledge of banking laws and Federal Reserve, OCC and FDIC rules and regulations
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