Locksmithing

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Locksmithing is the profession of working with locks and keys. A person who does this is called a locksmith. Locksmiths fix broken locks, make keys, and install security systems like alarms.[1] In most countries locksmiths must follow a strict set of rules. In some countries locksmiths start as apprentices. In others they must get a certificate or degree after training at a school or university.

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  1. Rathjen, Joseph (1995). Locksmithing: From Apprentice to Master. McGraw-Hill Professional ISBN 978-0070516458. pp. 4.