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  • Production Feed-Folder

    Our employees are the heart and soul of Alsco Uniforms. Alsco Uniforms has grown into a worldwide leader serving over 350,000 customers in 13 countries. The Feeder/Folder continuously grasps, sorts and grades clean textiles and then either folds by hand or feeds into an ironer or folding machine for final finishing. Whatever our customers need, Alsco Uniforms finds the answers that work for them.
    $23k-29k yearly est.3d ago
  • Feeder/Packer I

    A feeder/packer will interchange functions depending on the business needs. Feeder * Feed a minimum of 4 machines, feeding requires lifting product, pre-breaking them and placing product into feed hopper. Feeder is responsible for feeding paper blanks in machines and sorting.
    $24k-32k yearly est.49d ago
  • Press Feeder 2,2,3 Schedule. 7pm - 7am

    Our Staunton, VA facility to looking for a Feeders for our Printing department. At Graphic Packaging International (NYSE: GPK), we produce the box you may have poured your child's cereal from this morning, the microwaveable tray that heated your lunch, the paper cup that held your coffee throughout the day, and the carrier of those bottles of craft beer you may enjoy tonight!
    $28k-32k yearly est.60d+ ago

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Average Salary For a Feeder

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Feeder is $31,642 per year or $15 per hour. The highest paying Feeder jobs have a salary over $41,000 per year while the lowest paying Feeder jobs pay $24,000 per year

Updated March 21, 2023
Average Feeder Salary
$29,583 yearly
$15 hourly

4 Common Career Paths For a Feeder


Packers are employees in the warehouse who are responsible for managing company products and ensuring that the products are ready for transporting or delivering. Packers should have in-depth knowledge of the layout of the company warehouse and the products stored in specific areas of the warehouse. Once purchase orders are received, packers check the inventory and ensure that the orders can be fulfilled. They then get the requested products, check if they are working well, and then proceed to pack them securely. Once the products are securely packed, packers give them to delivery personnel.


A pressman is responsible for maintaining the printing press operations, maintaining the efficiency of the equipment and machinery to produce high-quality outputs. Pressmen ensure the readability and completeness of the content before distribution. They must be knowledgeable of the mechanical industry, spotting inconsistencies with the equipment, and performing immediate repairs or component replacement to avoid delays in operation. A pressman works closely with other printing operators to ensure that the outputs meet the clients' specifications and business' printing guidelines.


Housekeepers are responsible for taking care of their employers' houses. They are usually tasked to do work related to cleaning. Their primary responsibilities include sweeping, vacuuming, and mopping floors, managing recycling, taking out the trash, dusting surfaces, cleaning the bathroom, among others. They are also responsible for doing laundry, folding clothes, and storing clothes in cabinets. They may also be given additional responsibilities such as shopping for groceries, managing and stocking the pantry, cooking, walking pets and watering the plants. Housekeepers should be responsible, trustworthy, and knowledgeable on housework.

Shipping And Receiving Coordinator

A Shipping and Receiving Coordinator oversees the shipment and deliveries of products in a warehouse or organization. One must have an efficient organization, and communication skills as most of the duties include shipping and receiving merchandise and maintain accurate and proactive control of inventory. Additionally, a Shipping and Receiving Coordinator can have different tasks such as loading and unloading products, stacking up shelves and keeping it up to the standards of company policies, inspect the merchandise, and communicate with customers.

Illustrated Career Paths For a Feeder