Paper Engineering Paper, it's slowly dying out but it is still here.

People in this career typically design and maintain machines that make our paper

The average salary for a paper engineer is $71,231 per year, or $21.36 an hour.

Paper Engineers typically work indoors in a plant full of paper machines.

Paper engineers are responsible for maintaining the machines and properly coding them to manufacture what is needed without mistakes.

In the future it is estimated that there will not be an incline in the demand for paper engineering.

Most paper engineers need a master's degree.

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