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Salaries are influenced by the worker's experience, the size of the employer, and the location of the foundry. Apprentices generally start with a lower pay rate than a skilled coremaker, with incremental raises as they become proficient in different skills. Most coremakers belong to unions, so their work hours, overtime pay, health insurance plans, and other fringe benefits are established by contract between the unions and the companies.

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