Which professions have the best jobs for leatherworkers?

A new survey from the American Leatherworkers Association found that, of the top 10 professions in the United States, nine of them employ leatherworkers.

And they’re all in the service industry.

Leatherwork is a profession that, until now, has been relatively invisible.

The industry, however, is now expanding, and the jobs for which leatherworkers can be most employable are in the fashion industry, retail, and retail sales.

The study also found that many of the jobs are high-paying and can easily pay more than $100,000 a year.

The survey found that of the respondents, more than a quarter of the men in the industry were earning more than that, and nearly a third earned more than the median wage.

The report found that there are also several opportunities for women in the leather industry.

The study also identified nine different types of jobs in the craft industry, which include leatherworker, leatherworking equipment, leatherworker and leatherworking services, leatherworkers and leatherworker training, leathercrafts, and leatherwork services.

The report also highlighted some of the most lucrative and popular jobs in leather, which were highlighted in the report’s list of the 10 most popular professions in America.

One of the highest-paying leather jobs in America is the service sector, where the average salary in 2017 was $85,000.

There are also a number of high-profile jobs in apparel and accessories, which make up more than 80 percent of the workforce.

The top-paying service job in the country in 2017?

That was the service sales position.

The most-discussed job category was in jewelry and jewelry accessories, where an average salary was $92,000 in 2017.

The second most-common job was in furniture and accessories where an estimated 88 percent of employees were paid $80,000 or more a year, according to the study.

The top-paid service jobs in 2017 are in retail, which paid $77,000, and apparel, which was worth $60,000 and $55,000 respectively.

Leather, which is a much less-paid specialty, is a slightly more-profitable industry than clothing.

The highest-paid leather job in America was the work-from-home position at $95,000 per year.

The service industry has grown rapidly in recent years, with jobs in retailing and jewelry and accessories all expanding, according the study, which looked at data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In the last five years, the industry has doubled in size, with the number of employees in the business increasing by 7,000 percent, according a report by the National Retail Federation.

In 2017, the United Kingdom’s retail industry grew by almost 10 percent, with 2.5 million people in the sector.

It’s the second-highest-paying industry in the world behind only the United Arab Emirates.

The most popular leather job is the work from home position at about $93,000 annually.

The other jobs in this sector include service sales, repair work, and work-in-progress.