Overview

Upholsterers make, replace, and repair coverings on furniture and in vehicles. Most work for household and institutional furniture manufacturers, upholstery shops, and automotive interior repair shops. About 36% of workers were self-employed in 2010. Most work full time.

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Employment Stats

High school diploma required

Growing by 0.7% over the next 8 years

$32K Average annual salary