What is a "Class A" machinist?

A place near where I live is now hiring a class A machinist. So I
got kind of curious, hoping "A" is for "amateur." (:
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It never hurts to apply if you are interested and honest about your abilities. Sometimes companies do not find what they are first looking for and will give someone less qualified a chance. Don Young
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