List of jobs (A to Z)


  1. Academic librarian - Academic librarians work in higher education, further education and research institutes attached to academic institutions. They may also be known as subject librarians and they manage, organise, evaluate and disseminate information, providing support to members of an academic community including students, researchers and lecturing staff.
  2. Accountant - Analyze financial information and prepare financial reports to determine or maintain record of assets, liabilities, profit and loss, tax liability, or other financial activities within an organization.
  3. Accounting technician - An accounting technician supports the work of accountants by undertaking a wide range of accountancy, financial and taxation tasks. They work for both private and public sector organisations, carrying out accountancy tasks ranging from organising payroll and book-keeping to preparing a variety of reports in positions such as credit control officer or account clerk; all with a view to ensuring financial information is collated, checked and analysed efficiently and to standard.
  4. Actor - Actors express ideas and portray characters in theater, film, television, and other performing arts media. They also work at theme parks or other live events. They interpret a writer’s script to entertain or inform an audience.
  5. Actuary - An actuary is a business professional who analyzes the financial consequences of risk. Actuaries use mathematics, statistics, and financial theory to study uncertain future events, especially those of concern to insurance and pension programs. Actuaries may work for insurance companies, consulting firms, government, employee benefits departments of large corporations, hospitals, banks and investment firms, or, more generally, in businesses that need to manage financial risk.
  6. Advertising Account Executive - Working for the fast-paced industry of advertising, digital or a direct marketing, you’ll be in charge of overseeing the smooth running of an advertising or marketing campaign, from briefing designers to controlling the pennies, and you may even be responsible for a team of account executives.
  7. Advertising account planner - Advertising account planners are responsible for creating the communication strategy for an advertising campaign. This includes targeting the right audience, as well as setting the tone and message of the campaign. Planners are responsible for writing the formal brief and for providing the ideal environment for creative development. They combine market data, qualitative research and product knowledge within a brief to enable the creative team to produce innovative ideas that will reach consumers.
  8. Advertising Manager - Advertising managers fulfill an essential role in advertising agencies, serving as liaison between the client and creative department and providing a wide variety of client services. Some companies have in-house advertising managers that oversee the planning, development and execution of advertising and marketing campaigns. The first step toward an advertising manager career can be a bachelor’s degree in business administration program with a specialization in marketing.
  9. Advertising Salesperson - Sell or solicit advertising space, time, or media in publications, signage, TV, radio, or the Internet. Includes individuals who obtain leases for outdoor advertising sites or persuade retailers to use sales promotion display items.
  10. Advice worker - Advice workers provide free, impartial and confidential advice and information to their clients on a wide range of issues. Some act as general advisers covering legal and financial topics such as debt, housing, employment, welfare and education. Others specialise in just one area and offer expert advice.
  11. Advocate - Advocates are legal advisers and representatives of a person or a group. They are not necessarily lawyers but they are experts in specific legal areas. Advocates often work with civil cases where they read contracts or disputes from another group which is also represented by another advocate. Their aim is for a settlement favorable to their client’s interest.
  12. Aeronautical engineer - Aeronautical engineers produce specifications for the design, development, manufacture and modification of military and civil aircraft, aeronautical components and associated systems.
  13. Agricultural consultant - Agricultural consultants, sometimes referred to as agribusiness experts, are responsible for offering support, advice and solutions to farmers and other agricultural professionals to ensure that their agribusiness runs as efficiently as possible. Agricultural consultants may be involved in helping their clients with duties such as designing irrigation systems, advising on pest and disease control and environmental or farm auditing. Some agricultural consultants may offer laboratory services such as pathology testing and soil analysis.
  14. Agricultural manager - Agricultural managers oversee the development of crops, animals and other items that can be sold to businesses or private consumers. They may manage the daily operations of commercial agricultural operations, such as nurseries and large farms, or they may look over farming operations for absentee landowners or farmers in need of management assistance. Although agricultural managers generally focus on the business of an agricultural facility, those who work in smaller businesses with few workers may have a greater scope of responsibility. Common duties include planning crops to maximize profit and minimize loss, creating budgets, hiring and overseeing production workers, supervising all farm maintenance, representing the facility in sales transactions and maintaining business records.
  15. Agricultural Scientist - Agricultural scientists work in several specialties. Animal scientists focus on how domestic farm animals are used for food. They study reproduction, development, genetics and diseases. Food scientists and technologists analyze nutrition and processing to make manufactured foods more appealing and nutrition. They discover better ways of preservation, packaging and distribution. Soil and plant scientists study the soil and its composition, and how to improve its properties to encourage plant growth.
  16. Aid worker/humanitarian worker - Aid workers typically operate in front line conditions, facilitating the effective distribution of humanitarian aid to people who have been hit by human or natural disasters. Humanitarian work opportunities can be found across the world. Depending on the nature of the situation, some relief work may be in dangerous locations. Aid workers are directly involved within communities, giving hands-on support in areas such as education, healthcare and housing. Other tasks revolve around planning, administration and implementation of projects.
  17. Air Traffic Controller - Air traffic controllers monitor and control air traffic to ensure the safety of planes and their passengers. They are also responsible for minimizing delays, providing pilots instructions during takeoff and landing, and monitoring aircraft as they travel from one place to another.
  18. Aircraft Mechanic - Aircraft mechanics maintain and repair the avionic and mechanical equipment needed to make planes and helicopters operate safely. This includes repairing, inspecting and maintaining the structural, mechanical and electronic elements of the aircraft, replacing parts, measuring wear and assessing whether parts need repair or replacement. Aircraft mechanics use a wide variety of diagnostic devices, computers, hand and mechanical tools to assess and fix aircraft, and maintain aircraft standards as required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
  19. Airline cabin crew - Air cabin crews are the teams of in-flight personnel responsible for ensuring that all the passengers travelling with their airline have a safe and enjoyable flight experience. These friendly professionals make sure passengers are safe, secure and comfortable. Essentially, this line of work is all about providing an awesome level of customer service. The air cabin crew handles tasks associated with boarding and disembarking the aircraft. They also demonstrate safety procedures and serve food and drinks during the flight.
  20. Amenity horticulturist - Amenity horticulture covers the design, construction, management and maintenance of living, recreational and leisure areas. These include: country parks; botanic and public gardens; sports facilities; urban tree planting; historic gardens and landscapes; cemeteries and crematoria; and other public spaces.
  21. Analytical chemist - Analytical chemists examine substances to determine their composition. They also look at how elements in a compound interact with one another. Their work is of paramount importance to the pharmaceutical industry, which requires information about the make-up and possible interaction of substances that might be turned into medicine. Their skills are also used in the field of environmental chemistry to detect chemical pollutants in the environment.
  22. Animal Keeper - Animal keepers work in zoos and are responsible for keeping the animals safe and healthy. These knowledgeable scientists are passionate about animals and are committed to educating the public and advocating for animal protection. Keepers partake in continuing education and stay abreast of the latest advances in the breeding, environment and medical concerns of the species for which they care.
  23. Animal nutritionist - Animal nutritionists create diets for a number of different types of animals, from birds and fish to mammals. They need to have a strong scientific background since their work pulls information from a variety of disciplines, such as biochemistry, physics, chemistry, and animal behavior. A strong understanding of economics and food processing techniques are also important. Animal nutritionists must keep in mind the nutritional needs and taste preferences of the animal for which they are formulating food. They must also consider cost and create economically-viable food.
  24. Animator - An animator creates a large series of images that form the animation seen in movies, commercials, television programs or video games. He or she typically specializes in one of these media and may further concentrate on a very specific area like characters, scenery or background design. Animators typically use computer software to do their work. The animator is a member of a team that consists of other animators and artists who collaborate on projects.
  25. Announcers - Radio announcers deliver weather reports, sports broadcasts, and news updates over the radio. Sometimes they work as talk show hosts, disc jockeys, or sports broadcasters. Most radio announcers are also responsible for other tasks that keep a station running, like running commercials and public service announcements, and updating their websites and social media profiles. In some cases, they even directly sell space to advertisers.
  26. Anthropologist - Anthropologists, along with archaeologists, study human beings. They look at our origin, development and behavior. There are three major types of anthropologists: cultural, physical and linguistic. A cultural anthropologist studies groups' customs, social structures and cultures. A physical or biological anthropologist does research on the evolution of humans. A linguistic anthropologist specializes in communication among people.
  27. Applications programmer - Application programmers create and test software programs for business applications, desktop operating systems, learning applications, middleware, mobile operating systems, networking, websites and video games. They must be familiar with computer hardware, computing systems theory, programming languages and software structure. As technology is ever-changing, application programmers must be adaptable and willing to learn new techniques.
  28. Aquarist - Aquarists have a wide variety of duties centered on providing care for marine creatures and maintaining a quality environment for these animals. Aquarists must have a strong working knowledge of fish, mammals, and other plants and animals that live within the displays at the aquariums. Aquarists are responsible for the animals’ and plants’ well-being; aquarists handle everything from ensuring that the aquarium is set at the right temperature to feeding the fish the proper type and amount of food.
  29. Archeologist - Archaeologists recover, preserve, and study artifacts from past human cultures. By collecting and studying artifacts such as ruins, bones, pottery, and tools, they are able to help us understand things about past cultures that we would otherwise never know. There are three phases to most archaeology projects. The first phase is the field work, which is focused on the discovery of new artifacts or information. The second phase happens in a laboratory or similar setting, where archaeologists study the collected artifacts to determine their significance. The third phase is when the archaeologist releases their findings to the public, often in a scientific journal.
  30. Architect - Architects work in the construction industry and are involved with designing new buildings, extensions or alterations to existing buildings, or advising on the restoration and conservation of old properties. They can work on individual buildings or on large redevelopment schemes, and can be responsible for the design of the surrounding landscape and spaces. Architects work closely with their clients and users to make sure that projected designs match their needs and are functional, safe and economical. They usually control a project from start to finish and work with a number of construction professionals, including surveyors and engineers, producing drawings and specifications that the construction team works.
  31. Archivist - Archivists are specially trained in preserving the original material and helping people obtain it. Archivists work with paper documents, photographs, maps, films, and computer records. Many begin their careers as historians and then attend classes to learn from experienced archivists. Archivists possess broad, deep knowledge about records and are involved in many, if not all, phases of the records life cycle. Their extensive research and analysis skills help in serving records to the public.
  32. Armed forces officer - Armed forces officers work in the service of their country to defend its people and they also support international peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts across the globe. An operational or combat officer in the armed forces is first and foremost a leader who must lead and manage a team of fighting specialists, developing their skills to a very high level of competence and readiness.
  33. Aromatherapist - An aromatherapist is trained in the use of plant extracts - known as essential oils - to improve a patient’s health and sense of well-being. Research suggests that essential oils stimulate the sense of smell, and can have a positive effect on the body. For example, the smell of lavender encourages relaxation. Aromatherapy is a complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) which uses essential oils to help improve emotional wellbeing and relieve the symptoms of ill health.
  34. Artist - An artist is a person who creates art for either sale or exhibition. Artists use many different techniques and materials in their work, and they can be classified as either craft artists or fine artists depending on the type of work that they create.
  35. Arts administrator - An arts administrator takes care of the business operations of an arts-oriented organization. The duties of arts administrators vary according to the type of cultural or artistic environment in which they are employed, the level at which they are employed and the size of the organisation. In small organisations, arts administrators may be involved in all aspects, whereas in large organisations they usually specialise in one particular area such as marketing, education or seeking sponsorship.
  36. Astronomer - Astronomers use both ground based equipment (such as optical telescopes) and space-based equipment (such as the Hubble Space Telescope) to make observations and collect data about space. Because space is so vast, most astronomers choose to specialize. For example, some astronomers study distant phenomena like black holes, while others spend their entire careers trying to increase the understanding of objects in our own solar system.
  37. Athlete - An athlete competes individually or as part of a team in organized sports including football, basketball, soccer, tennis, golf, running, skiing, hockey, rugby, gymnastics and baseball. He or she practices and trains regularly in order to improve his or her skills and performance. Very few athletes actually play professionally. For those who do, it is only after years of playing school or club sports and training.
  38. Audiologist - The Audiologist is a medical professional who works with people who have hearing, balance, and related ear problems. Audiologists and speech-language pathologists provide services to prevent, diagnose, evaluate, and treat communication disorders.
  39. Auditor - An auditor’s job is to ensure that an organisation is using its resources in the most efficient ways – whether for the sake of the taxpayer in the public sector, or shareholders in private businesses. And your job security is pretty-much guaranteed as all public companies and publicly-funded bodies have to – by law – undergo an annual audit.
  40. Automobile Mechanic - Auto mechanics normally deal with light vehicles that run on gasoline rather than diesel, and their jobs may be either very general or specialized. Mechanics might work with any of a vehicle's systems, from body work to engines and electrical or computer systems.
  41. Automotive engineer - Automotive engineers design the systems and mechanisms of cars. These professionals ensure that automotive designs and systems conform to budgeted quality and cost specifications. Similar to other types of mechanical engineers, automotive engineers analyze potential problems in design and work to solve those problems, design and retest prototypes of cars and car parts, and oversee the manufacturing of automotives. Computers are a big part of how automotive engineers do their jobs.


  1. Bank Teller - A bank teller job description includes shaping a customer's first impression of a bank. Providing good customer service is a must. Some of the transactions involved in a bank teller job description include setting up accounts, accepting deposits and withdrawals, processing loan payments, transferring money between accounts, and cashing checks. Since tellers deal with large amounts of currency on a daily basis, being able to work with a high degree of accuracy is an important aspect of a bank teller job description.
  2. Barrister's clerk - A barrister's clerk is responsible for running the administration and business activities of a barrister's chambers. The role is integral to the success of a set of chambers, both as a legal practice and as a business.
  3. Bartender - Restaurant Bartenders are responsible for positive guest interactions while accurately mixing and serving beverages to guests and servers in a friendly and efficient manner. At all times, bartenders are expected to be attentive to our guest needs and making them feel welcome, comfortable, important and relaxed.
  4. Bilingual secretary - Bilingual secretaries and personal assistants deal with administrative work in more than one language. They play an important role in international communication amongst businesses. Some bilingual secretaries are required to use their foreign languages more regularly than others; positions could involve working consistently in English and foreign languages or only using language skills occasionally.
  5. Biologist - Biologists study life in all its different forms, researching important processes and how organisms relate to their environment. Some biologists work with objects and processes that are observable by the naked eye (macroscopic) while others work with objects and processes that are very small (microscopic) and can only be seen with the help of microscopes.
  6. Biomedical engineer - Biomedical engineers work in manufacturing, universities, hospitals, research facilities of companies and educational and medical institutions, and government regulatory agencies. Biomedical engineers analyze and design solutions to problems in biology and medicine, with the goal of improving the quality and effectiveness of patient care.
  7. Biomedical scientist - Biomedical scientists work in partnership with doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals to perform many different roles in NHS laboratories. Without biomedical scientists the diagnosis of disease, the evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment, and research into the causes and cures of disease would not be possible.
  8. Bookkeeper - The bookkeeper position creates financial transactions and creates financial reports from that information. The creation of financial transactions includes posting information to accounting journals or accounting software from such source documents as invoices to customers, cash receipts, and supplier invoices. The bookkeeper also reconciles accounts to ensure their accuracy.
  9. Brick Mason - Brickmasons (also called bricklayers) build and repair any structure that's made of brick. Examples of projects that a brickmason might work on include fireplaces, chimneys, walkways, home exteriors, and walls.
  10. Broadcast Technician - Broadcasting technicians usually specialise in either TV or radio. TV broadcasting technicians work on a wider range of equipment than those specialising in radio. They work mainly indoors in TV, radio or recording studios and emergency services communication centres, but also work outdoors on location. There may be some heavy lifting when moving equipment to a workshop, and they may be required to work at heights.
  11. Broadcasting presenter - A broadcast presenter is the public face - or voice - of programmes broadcast on television, radio and the internet. They work on a variety of platforms including national, regional, satellite and cable television, online or radio, but their role is always to entertain and inform their audiences by presenting information and/or entertainment in an accessible and attractive way.
  12. Budget Analyst - Budget analysts advise various institutions—including governments, universities, and businesses—on how to organize their finances. They prepare annual and special reports and evaluate budget proposals. They analyze data to determine the costs and benefits of various programs and recommend funding levels based on their findings.
  13. Building control officer/surveyor - Building control officers or building inspectors, sometimes known as building control surveyors, work in construction planning and inspection in both the public and private sectors. Officers work with building designers, architects and contractors to ensure that new building construction or alterations to existing buildings conform to building regulations before planning permission is sought. If planning permission is granted, officers continue to work with all parties to safeguard continued compliance. Projects can range from relatively small housing extensions through to large city centre redevelopment.
  14. Building surveyor - Building Surveyors are experts in a range of building legislation, technical codes and construction standards. They are in high demand by other allied professions like Architects, Engineers, Town Planners and Builders for their knowledge and expertise, and are often called upon to sit on design teams in the early stages of projects to provide their expert advice.
  15. Bus Driver - Bus drivers operate various types of buses to transport students, commuters or tourists between locations. Customer service skills are important, as the occupation requires interaction with passengers on a daily basis. Drivers typically work without direct supervision and are fully responsible for the safety and satisfaction of their passengers.
  16. Butcher - Job purpose of Butcher is responsibility for planning, preparing and executing all portioning, ordering and inventory of meats and fish in accordance with standards and plating guide specifications as well as maintaining organization, cleanliness and sanitation of work areas and equipment.
  17. Buyer - Buyers are the people who determine what products get to store shelves, in catalogues, and online. They do the footwork, the research and create the deals to buy large quantities of products for their companies, and then sell them to customers, or use them to create new materials that they then sell to customers.


  1. Camera operator - Camera operators use a variety of different equipment to record a product that amuses or educates an audience or to record events such as sports games or political speeches. Through the use of video, television or picture cameras, camera operators must record scenes using different angles and shots for a wide diversity of industries, such as television programming, daily news shows, sporting events, films, documentaries and many others.
  2. Careers adviser - A careers advisor makes a link between a student’s course of study and their career path. They put students in touch with employers and vice versa, organizing careers fairs and open days to help graduates and companies meet.
  3. Carpenter - The Carpenter is responsible for maintaining municipal residences and buildings. This includes building items such as furniture and stairs, making repairs to the internal and external structure and ensuring buildings are safe.
  4. Carpet Installer - Carpet fitters and floor layers work in people's homes and in commercial buildings. Carpet fitters install floor coverings. Floor layers prepare or fit the floor base and sometimes install the coverings. If you enjoy practical work this could be just the job you are looking for.
  5. Cartographer - Cartography is the art and science of making and using maps, which are symbolic representations of geography. Cartographers create these charts for educational, political and cultural uses. They may develop general maps using computer hardware and software, or specialize in photogrammetry, which relies on aerial photographs and satellite images for building three-dimensional models.
  6. Cashier - A cashier is a person who deals with cash. There are many organization like bank, schools, shops etc that deals with cash transactions. And this are the places where there is a need of cashier. The job of cashier includes many things and it is job of accuracy. They have to interact with customer on daily basis for solving queries, handling money etc.
  7. Catering manager - Catering managers are responsible for the running of a catering organisation or service. They have to ensure a high quality of service and food provision. The catering manager will be responsible for recruitment, training and staff development. They have to be aware of health and safety and hygiene regulations. The catering manager may not have much direct contact with customers but will have to deal with complaints when they arise. A certain amount of paperwork will be involved in terms of rotas, planning, controlling budgets, and ordering stock and recruitment.
  8. Charities administrator - Work involves administration; report/proposal writing, budgeting, project appraisal and evaluation. Related jobs include social work, public sector administration, charity fundraising. Some satisfactions of the work are working for something that you believe in, variety, and responsibility. Negatives can include lack of a 'professional' career development structure in the smaller charities, bureaucracy, pressure and low pay. Skills required include written communication, organising, flexibility, listening and cooperating.
  9. Chauffeur - Chauffeurs are responsible for taking passengers to and from their homes, recreational pursuits, and workplaces using a vehicle. They offer point-to-point services and in some cases also sight-seeing trips around cities for their clients.
  10. Chefs and Head Cooks - Chefs and head cooks oversee the daily food preparation at restaurants and other places where food is served. They direct kitchen staff and handle any food-related concerns.
  11. Chemist - Chemists study various chemical elements and compounds, their properties and how they work together in our bodies and the world around us. Those who study chemistry can find jobs as researchers, laboratory technicians, teachers and other important roles. Chemists can be in high demand in industries such as the production of chemicals and pharmaceutical products.
  12. Child Psychologist - Child psychologists specialize in childhood development, and they often work with children struggling with behavioral, developmental, and emotional problems. Adolescent psychologists assist teenagers struggling with these types of problems, which include eating disorders, depression, and anxiety.
  13. Childcare Worker - Childcare workers take care of children while their parents are working or away. Working in childcare centers, or out of their homes, childcare workers take keep children safe and care for their everyday needs. This includes diapering babies and toddlers, feeding, dressing, grooming, medical appointments or other activities, and making sure homework gets done.
  14. Children's nurse - Child nursing involves everything from nursing a sick newborn to an adolescent road accident victim. However, it is not all about the child. You'll need to consider the care and support needed by the wider-family, including the parents.
  15. Chiropractor - Chiropractors, also known as doctors of chiropractic or chiropractic physicians, diagnose and treat patients whose health problems are associated with the body’s muscular, nervous, and skeletal systems, especially the spine.
  16. Choreographer - Choreographers create routines for individual performers, competitions, musical performances, marching bands, ballets and other spectacles. They create dance and movement routines, sometimes by revising or combining existing routines. Former dancers sometimes transition into choreography careers after their bodies have had enough of the physical demands involved in dancing.
  17. Civil Engineer - Civil engineering, one of the oldest and broadest branches of engineering, is mainly concerned with the design, creation and maintenance of infrastructure in the built and natural environments surrounding us. The discipline takes in railway lines, highways, tunnel and bridges, as well as water courses and sewage systems, coastal development and geotechnical engineering.
  18. Clergy - Conduct religious worship and perform other spiritual functions associated with beliefs and practices of religious faith or denomination. Provide spiritual and moral guidance and assistance to members.
  19. Clinical biochemist - In clinical biochemistry, clinical scientists help to diagnose and manage disease through the analysis of blood, urine and other body fluids. You will work in a team that includes pathologists (medical doctors specialising in the study of disease); biomedical scientists; other healthcare science staff working in the life sciences; and clinicians, including GPs.
  20. Clinical cytogeneticist - Clinical cytogenetics is a laboratory based science which involves processing and analysing the chromosomes of different types of samples with the purpose of detecting and interpreting chromosome abnormalities. Detection and interpretation of chromosome abnormalities is the role of the cytogeneticist. They are experts in studying chromosomes from samples of human blood, tissue, bone marrow or other bodily fluids, which is very important in diagnosing genetic diseases.
  21. Clinical microbiologist - A clinical microbiologist studies the microorganisms that cause illness in humans and animals. A clinical microbiologist investigates the causes of contagious diseases and researches new treatments for infections. Microbiologists play a key role in discovering new infectious agents and in developing methods to fight disease-causing pathogens.
  22. Clinical molecular geneticist - Clinical geneticists are specialized physicians who diagnose and treat patients with inherited or otherwise genetically influenced health issues. They organize screenings for inborn errors, prescribe therapy and interact with genetic counselors.
  23. Clothing and textile technologist - Garment technologists and textile technologists carry out a range of technical, investigative and quality control work on all clothing and textiles, ensuring that products perform to specifications. They work on the development of products normally within a fashion supplier or fashion retailer head office, improve production efficiency and quality, and liaise with those involved in the production process.
  24. Colour technologist - Colour technologists work in most sectors of the manufacturing industry, from cars to cosmetics. They produce dyes and pigments for textiles, paper, cosmetics and foodstuffs. They develop high technology dyes for applications in dye lasers, liquid crystal displays, fraud prevention and ink-jet printers, ensuring quality, performance and reproducibility of colour.
  25. Commercial Airline Pilot - Airline and commercial pilots fly and navigate airplanes, helicopters, and other aircraft. Airline pilots fly for airlines that transport people and cargo on a fixed schedule. Commercial pilots fly aircraft for other reasons, such as charter flights, rescue operations, firefighting, aerial photography, and aerial application, also known as crop dusting.
  26. Commissioning engineer - Commissioning engineers are employed to work at a client's site, where they are responsible for commissioning and overseeing the installation of systems, plant and equipment.
  27. Commodity broker - Commodity brokers buy and sell physical commodities (crude oil, grain, metals, coffee, sugar) on a commission basis on behalf of private and commercial clients. Making money for clients should be the main goal of a commodity broker as they earn commission on every trade they make. They balance the objectives of producers/buyers who are seeking consistency and speculators who accept risk in the market.
  28. Communications engineer - Communication engineers are integral to keeping businesses and communities communicating smoothly and securely over the computer, television, radio and satellite technology. The job entails ensuring the quality design, speed and maintenance of these tools. A communication engineer can be part of a large department or on their own overseeing this work depending on the size of the company.
  29. Community arts worker - Community arts workers help local community groups to develop skills in the arts such as dance, theatre, music, video and the visual and literary arts.
  30. Community education officer - One of the primary duties of an education officer is to supervise and execute a series of educational objectives throughout a number of school programs, public offices, and other community based facilities. There are a variety of positions for such officers including school systems, public, and museum officers. Many of the overall goals of each program are similar, but individualized services are based on the type of facility that is overseen.
  31. Community worker - A community worker is a qualified person who, through professional training and field education, has the knowledge, skills and values to work in a social welfare agency or program intended to promote or restore the social functioning of individuals, families, social groups or larger communities.
  32. Company secretary - Within any organization, a Corporate Secretary’s duties include ensuring the integrity of the governance framework, being responsible for the efficient administration of a company, ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and implementing decisions made by the Board of Directors.
  33. Computer Hardware Engineer - Computer engineers analyse computers and computer systems and they design, manufacture, implement, install and test applications, computer components, related equipment, and computer applications for industrial and commercial use. They mainly deal with computer hardware and sometimes with software integration. Their work can also entail evaluation of computer systems, design and development, and providing maintenance and technical support.
  34. Computer Programmer - For computer programmers, a typical workday might involve writing programs in whatever computer language is required for their job – Java, for example. Programmers also are called in to debug and find the problems with programs when they are not functioning properly.
  35. Computer Repair Technician - Computer repair technicians assess, repair and maintain computers for companies and individuals. They may work directly for a large company, at repair shops, or for computer repair companies which travel to the customer's location.
  36. Computer Support Specialist - Skilled computer support specialists are valued by a variety of employers to provide technical assistance to computer users. They troubleshoot problems and answer questions to prevent downtime, while enhancing the use of hardware, software, peripheral equipment and operating systems.
  37. Computer Systems Analyst - Computer systems analysts study an organization’s current computer systems and procedures and design information systems solutions to help the organization operate more efficiently and effectively. They bring business and information technology (IT) together by understanding the needs and limitations of both.
  38. Conference organiser - Conference and event organisers plan and design all kinds of events, from business conferences for corporate high-flyers in Perth's bustling CBD, to weddings at Kings Park or in one the states many parks or gardens. They work for hotels, function centres, catering businesses and increasingly also for wineries. They are responsible for every detail of a function, conference or other event, from finding and booking the venue and getting quotes for appropriate external services, to organising the order and presentation of the formal proceedings, to the small details like decorations and ensuring all participants dietary needs are catered for.
  39. Conservationist - A conservationist works with landowners and governments to protect natural resources including soil and water. They help find ways to utilize land without harming the environment. Conservationists may also be referred to as soil and water conservationists or conservation scientists.
  40. Construction Foreman - A construction foreman is responsible for the entirety of a construction project, from start to finish, including budget, personnel, quality and customer service aspects. Construction foremen may work in many different settings, and job requirements vary depending on the employer.
  41. Construction manager - Construction managers are a part of the building process from the very beginning, working closely with architects and engineers to go over plans and blueprints, making timetables for the project, determining material and labor costs, negotiating with and hiring subcontractors and workers, scheduling workers on site, gathering permits and making sure everything is up to code.
  42. Construction Worker - Responsible for assisting tradesman on construction sites such as carpenters, bricklayers, demolition experts, drywallers, cement finishers, and roofers. Unloads and loads materials, erects concrete forms and ramps, mix and pour materials such as concrete, and assists in drilling and blasting.
  43. Consumer rights adviser - Consumer rights advisers provide advice and guidance to members of the public about goods and services they have purchased. Most work for local authorities and are based in a trading standards department, a general advice centre which provides information in a range of areas, or a specialist consumer advice centre.
  44. Control and instrumentation engineer - Control and instrumenation engineers (CI engineers) typically plan, design, develop, implement and manage equipment used for controlling and monitoring different engineering machinery, equipment and processes. Their main responsibility is to make sure that all the processes and tools are functional, efficient, and safe for users.
  45. Copywriter - Advertising copywriters generally work alongside an art director within the creative department of an advertising, media or full-service agency. They work with client briefs to conceive, develop and produce effective advertising campaigns. Copywriters also work with media planners/buyers and the production department to fully develop the advertising campaign.
  46. Corporate banker - Specialized bankers deal with the complicated and unique needs of corporate finance. Also called "investment bankers," corporate bankers also perform tasks similar to personal bankers.
  47. Corporate Executive - The corporate business structure disperses ownership and control to the shareholders of the company. They are entitled to a share of the profits commensurate to their representation of outstanding shares and exert control in a similar manner. However, the day-to-day operations of the firm are managed by professionals appointed by the board of directors. These professionals are called executives.
  48. Corporate treasurer - A treasurer is one very important entity in any organization. The one who manages the available financial assets and documents all moving money, the treasurer is a very responsible person. A treasurer is an important member of the board of directors of any company.
  49. Corrections Officer - Correctional officers are responsible for overseeing individuals who have been arrested and are awaiting trial or who have been sentenced to serve time in a jail or prison.
  50. Cosmetologist - Cosmetologists use hair styles, nail services, hair removal and makeup application to help clients look and feel their best. In larger salons you may specialize in a single area; smaller shops will either provide specific services or ask their employees to be multi-talented.
  51. Cost Estimator - Cost estimators are responsible for identifying and analyzing cost factors related to construction projects or the manufacturing of goods. Using input such as production time, raw material needs, and equipment and labor expenses, they can estimate a project’s profit margin. Cost estimators often consider a number of scenarios, taking into account factors such as waste, weather and transportation. They use sophisticated software to calculate estimates.
  52. Counsellor - Counsellors help people to deal with their feelings and responses, and decide on actions they can take to solve problems and create change in their lives.
  53. Courier/tour guide - Couriers are employed by tour and coach operators or work on a freelance or consultant basis. It is their responsibility to ensure that a holiday runs smoothly and meets all of its promises.
  54. Court reporter/verbatim reporter - Court reporters – also referred to as short hand reporters – are responsible for keeping written records of legal proceedings, whether in government, court, or private settings. The verbatim documentation in criminal, civil and other court proceedings requires professionals who are highly skilled and trained in court reporting, which usually involves stenography.
  55. Credit analyst - Credit analysis is a job that comes with lots of responsibility. Generally, a credit analyst is responsible for assessing a loan applicant's credit worthiness. Depending on the area in which a credit analyst chooses to work, these applicants could be individuals or companies.
  56. Customs and excise officer - Customs and excise officers are part of the civil service and work closely with other agencies including the Garda and the Department of Foreign Affairs. They use their extensive knowledge of customs laws and trade agreements to optimise importing and exporting costs.


  1. Dairy Farmer - Dairy Farmers usually works in a cattle and poultry farm. They are responsible in taking care of the animals that includes, feeding, bathing, and milking.
  2. Dance movement therapist - Dance movement therapists help people to deal with a range of issues by using movement and dance. This might be physical or emotional problems. They work with a broad range of people of all ages, in individual or group sessions.
  3. Dancer - Dance is a form of expression. Through their work, dancers convey stories, ideas, moods, and feelings to an audience. Dancers usually get work through auditions, which involve performing and demonstrating their skills in front of the people who are producing and staging a show. Many experienced dancers become choreographers or instructors.
  4. Database administrator - As a database administrator, you'll be responsible for the performance, integrity and security of a database. However, depending on the organisation and your level of responsibility, the role can vary from inputting information through to total management of data.
  5. Debt/finance adviser - Its role is to undertake a non priority debt caseload and to provide budgeting and financial capability advice to clients impacted by welfare reform, either as one to one or group sessions. Assisting clients with non priority debts, income maximisation, energy efficiency & tariff options together will help to access charitable grants if appropriate. Assisting clients to prioritise their budgets and to stretch their money effectively to meet their needs.
  6. Dental Hygienist - A career as a dental hygienist offers a wide range of challenges. In the dental office, the dentist and the dental hygienist work together to meet the oral health needs of patients. Since each state has its own specific regulations regarding their responsibilities, the range of services performed by hygienists varies from state to state.
  7. Dentist - Dentists diagnose, prevent, and treat problems with teeth or mouth tissue. They remove decay, fill cavities, examine X-rays, place protective plastic sealants on children's teeth, straighten teeth, and repair fractured teeth.
  8. Desktop Publisher - Desktop publishers use computer software to design page layouts for newspapers, books, brochures, and other items that are printed or put online. They collect the text, graphics, and other materials they will need and format them into a finished product.
  9. Dietitian - A dietitian is an expert in food and nutrition. Dietitians help promote healthy eating habits to prevent and treat illness through supervision of food preparation and service, dietary modifications, and public education. Their role in medical facilities and nursing homes is especially important as they provide sound advice to patients on healthy eating habits and evaluate dietary treatments of diseases.
  10. Diplomat - A diplomat represents her country worldwide in a variety of positions and capacities. She is expected to be diplomatic and maintain the utmost poise and decorum at all times. Much of the job involves international travel and interaction with foreign dignitaries, as well as assisting citizens of her own country visiting foreign countries, refugees and foreigners seeking sanctuary. All of this is done in the context of positively characterizing and defending her country’s political and social positions.
  11. Disc Jockey - Disc Jockeys are required to play musical recordings in parties or events. Roles of these professionals vary depending on the purpose or the setting of the music. They may work for radio stations where they play musical selections from playlists. Among genres played by DJs are classic rock, heavy metal, adult contemporary, light rock, jazz, country western, gangsta rap, hip hop, among other music styles.
  12. Dock worker - A dock worker, also known as a longshoreman, loads and unloads cargo from ships onto trucks or railroad cars and verifies its contents. He may use specialized heavy equipment to move the materials or do it by hand with the assistance of other dock workers. He may work as an independent contractor or be employed by a stevedoring, which unloads ships, or a shipping company.
  13. Doctor - Medical doctors diagnose patient conditions using examinations and tests. Based on their findings, they prescribe treatment and medications to attempt to heal any illnesses or injuries. Most doctors routinely work in teams, with nurses and aides assisting them in well-lit work locations.
  14. Drafter - Drafters use software to convert the designs of engineers and architects into technical drawings and plans. Workers specialize in architectural, civil, electrical, or mechanical drafting and use technical drawings to help design everything from microchips to skyscrapers.
  15. Dramatherapist - Dramatherapists use acting and drama to help people of any age, who have special learning needs, or emotional or psychological problems. They work with small groups or occasionally with individual clients in a safe, non-threatening environment.
  16. Dressmaker/Tailor - Custom tailors and dressmakers make clothing according to the needs and requests of their customers. They first help their customers choose the kind and color of fabric they want and the style of the garment to be made. Custom tailors and dressmakers need to know all about the different kinds of fabrics and the latest styles. Sometimes they stock fabric in their shops. Otherwise they get it from another store or use fabric that the customer supplies.
  17. Drill-Press Operator - it Production-drilling-machine operator Operates previously set up drilling machines, for example single- or multiple-spindle drill presses to drill, ream, countersink, spot face, or tap holes in metal or nonmetal workpieces according to specifications.


  1. Economist - Basically what economists do is analyze how people create goods and services by allocating limited resources like raw materials, land, technology, and labor. They do this by researching and monitoring things like exchange rates, business trends, taxation, employment rates, inflation, and costs of materials. They then try to find trends and develop predictions based on the data.
  2. Editorial assistant - An editorial assistant is an entry level staff member who works in the publishing industry. These assistants can be found in news rooms, publishing houses, magazine offices, and the offices of new media companies which publish online. This type of job is generally taken by someone who is just getting started in publishing, although sometimes some experience is required to work in this job position.
  3. Education administrator - Education administrators perform a variety of roles including: deans, assistant deans, principals, assistant principals, district administrators, provosts, department heads, chairpersons, vice presidents, directors, registrars and directors of administration. These education jobs help the educational institution to run smoothly. They set the atmosphere of the school by the way they lead. They support their faculty and some conduct interviews for incoming teachers. Depending on their position, they might oversee the resources for their school and manage the budget.
  4. Electrical Engineer - Electrical engineers create, design, test and oversee the building of electrical equipment. This could include motors, navigation systems, radio and communication systems and more. Often, electrical engineers work with project managers to make sure they deliver quality devices on time and within budget. Anything with wires and electricity running through it has been touched by an electrical engineer.
  5. Electrical Equipment Repairer - Electronics repairers maintain and repair instruments and equipment, such as computers, communications equipment, radar and sonar systems, precision measuring equipment, and biomedical instruments. Electronic instrument and equipment repairers normally specialize by type of equipment or instrument being repaired. Electronic instrument and equipment repairers usually work in repair shops and laboratories on land or aboard ships.
  6. Elementary School Teacher - Elementary school teachers work in public and private schools. They generally work school hours when students are present and use nights and weekends to prepare lessons and grade papers. Most elementary school teachers do not work during the summer.
  7. Emergency Medical Technician - A emergency medical technician (EMT) is a health care worker who provides medical assistance to patients while they are en route to the hospitals. They are always the first one at the scene of the accident and are responsible for the initial assessment of a patient’s condition. The vast majority of EMTs in the United States work on a land ambulance, but sometimes you may see them on an air ambulance helicopter or plane.
  8. Energy managers - Energy managers are responsible for planning, regulating and monitoring the energy use of an organization or facility. Energy managers strive to improve energy efficiency through careful evaluation of the organization’s energy use and the implementation of energy-saving measures.
  9. Engineering geologist - Engineering geologists consider plans and proposals for civil engineering projects such as bridges, factories and dams, and exploration sites such as offshore oil platforms. They apply their knowledge of rock and soil make up to ensure that natural geological factors are accounted for when planning for a new building or developing a site and that the planned building will not have an overly negative impact on the surrounding area. Their findings can affect major decisions on land management, risk assessment and equipment use.
  10. Engineering managers - Engineering managers are responsible for supervising junior engineers, coordinating production plans, and researching new procedures and products that they can use in future products.
  11. Engineering Technician - Engineering technicians use math and science skills to assist engineers with creating products, improving manufacturing methods and maintaining assembly systems. Job duties vary depending on the specific industry in which an engineering technician is employed.
  12. Enlisted Military Soldier - Enlisted Soldiers make up the back bone of the United States Army. The enlisted soldier's service is a powerful, adaptable force that can be called upon at any time to respond to any threat. While Officers will give orders, Enlisted Soldiers must apply the determination and skill to achieve mission success even in the most difficult and harshest of conditions.
  13. Environmental education officer - Environmental education officers are responsible for creating awareness of environmental issues, as well as promoting conservation and sustainability. Environmental education officers may deliver presentations in schools, or host groups at sites such as nature reserves.
  14. Environmental health officer - Environmental health officers assess risk and develop, regulate, enforce and monitor laws and regulations governing public health for both the built and natural environment, in order to promote good human health and environmental practices.
  15. Environmental Scientist - The work of environmental scientists and specialists covers a variety of different areas. Many are employed by state of federal governments and play a vital role in the development, implementation, and enforcement of regulations designed to protect and preserve the environment. Others work for private businesses and institutions to help them stay on top of the latest rules and legislation and ensure they are in compliance.
  16. Equal opportunities officer - Monitor and evaluate compliance with equal opportunity laws, guidelines, and policies to ensure that employment practices and contracting arrangements give equal opportunity without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
  17. Ergonomist - Ergonomists are responsible for studying the relationships between people and tools, equipment, working and living environments. They apply their findings and knowledge to enhance the well being, performance, comfort and safety of individuals. Ergonomists must ensure that the design and function of products, tasks and work methods are compatible with human characteristics.
  18. Estate agent - Estate agents are responsible for marketing and selling properties on behalf of clients. This job involves valuing properties, showing potential buyers around properties and negotiating with the buyer and seller throughout the whole process. Residential estate agents deal with the sale and purchase of houses, flats and land whereas commercial estate agents deal with offices, shops and hotels.
  19. European Union Administrator - European Union (EU) administrators work in all institutions of the European Union including the European Parliament, the Council, the European Commission, the Court of Justice, the Court of Auditors, the Economic and Social Committee, the Committee of the Regions and the European Ombudsman. You could be a Grade AD administrator (developing and implementing policies) or a Grade AST administrative assistant (working in a supporting role).
  20. Event Coordinator - Events coordinators plan and organise special events, including parties, wedding receptions, product launches, banquets, meetings, conferences and conventions.
  21. Executive Assistant - Administrative assisting and executive assisting is one of the largest occupations nationwide, and in this field, you'll play an important role in keeping an office running smoothly.
  22. Exhibition designer - An Exhibition Designer is a professional who creates fixtures and display stands for events such as large public exhibitions, conferences, trade shows and temporary displays for business, museums, libraries and galleries.
  23. Exhibition organiser - Exhibition organisers plan, develop and organise art, archaeological, scientific or other displays to exhibit in galleries, museums and other venues. They ensure that exhibitions run smoothly and attract big audiences.


  1. Facilities manager - Facilities managers make sure that buildings and their services meet the needs of the people who work in them. They manage services such as cleaning, security and parking. They also manage building maintenance like heating and air conditioning systems.
  2. Farmer - Farmers produce the foods that we eat and continue a venerable and ancient tradition of working the land and caring for livestock. Farmers remain subject to weather conditions and continue to work within seasonal weather cycles, facing many of the hardships that farmers have traditionally had to face.
  3. Fashion Designer - Fashion designers are beauty and design professionals that create the millions of new shirts, dresses, pants, shoes, and other types of clothing that hit the market every year. As a fashion designer, you may work for a wholesale producer, a high-end design firm, or for yourself as a freelancer.
  4. FBI Agent - FBI special agents carry out a variety of duties related to investigating criminal violations of federal laws. Daily tasks typically include identifying case issues and evidence based on complaints, charges or allegations of violations. Special agents interview suspects and witnesses to obtain and verify information, and record interviews using cameras or other means. They also search for and collect evidence, such as fingerprints, DNA samples and computer records.
  5. Field trials officer - Field trials officers develop and manage research trials on plants in the field or laboratory. Some may be involved with the entire process of planning trials while others may oversee just one particular stage of the research procedure.
  6. Film/Video Editor - A film editor is a mechanic who removes the unneeded and fits pieces of film together to make a finished movie. He is a collaborator who works with cinematographers and sound editors to bring sight and sound together. And he is an artist who captures a director's vision and tells a compelling story.
  7. Financial Analyst - A financial analyst researches macroeconomic and microeconomic conditions along with company fundamentals to make business, sector and industry recommendations. They also often recommend a course of action, such as to buy or sell a company's stock based upon its overall current and predicted strength. An analyst must be aware of current developments in the field in which he or she specializes as well as in preparing financial models to predict future economic conditions for any number of variables.
  8. Financial manager - A finance manager should manage funds in such a manner as to maximize return on investment while minimizing risk, and while also ensuring that an adequate control structure is in place over the transfer and investment of funds. Further, the finance manager engages in financial analysis in such areas as forecasting, budgeting, engaging in cost reduction analysis, and reviewing operational performance.
  9. Firefighter - The primary function of a Firefighter is to protect the community from disaster situations, including house and building fires, and promote an environment of public safety . This position also participates in fire prevention and inspection activities, equipment and quarters maintenance, and training dealing with all phases of fire suppression, prevention, inspection, rescue and emergency operation.
  10. Fisheries officer - Fisheries officers patrol and examine waterways for illegal fishing activities and the taking/destruction of protected marine life. This may involve inspecting ships, fishing equipment and processing organisations. They may also be involved in education, research or other clerical duties.
  11. Fitness centre manager - Gym managers or Fitness Centre Managers oversee the operational and business activities of a facility which contains a fitness area and changing facilities. They are usually responsible for marketing the facility, managing staff and dealing with technical issues.
  12. Fitness Trainer/Instructor - Fitness trainers are passionate about health, wellness and exercise and use their skills to help motivate others in reaching their fitness and weight goals. Fitness trainers, or personal trainers, work with people from many different backgrounds and abilities, from professional athletes to elderly people. A job as a fitness trainer can be rewarding and fulfilling as trainers help others to improve their health through exercise and nutrition.
  13. Flight Attendant - A flight attendant’s responsibilities include caring for passengers, along with customer service duties such as serving meals and drinks. However, the primary role of flight attendant is to ensure the safety of passengers while they are onboard aircraft.
  14. Food technologist - Food scientists and technologists help to maintain the Nation’s food supply by ensuring food safety. They create and improve food products and often work universities, the food processing industry or the Federal government. They rely on knowledge of a variety of sciences, such as physics, chemistry, microbiology, biotechnology, and engineering to develop innovative ways of preserving, packaging, storing and delivering foods.
  15. Forensic scientist - Forensic scientists prove the existence of a crime or make a connection to a crime through information and expert opinion to investigators, judges, lawyers, and juries to help determine the guilt or innocence of the accused.
  16. Forklift Operator - The Forklift Operator is responsible for operating a forklift to move, locate, relocate, stack, and count merchandise. The operator is accountable for the safe and ef?cient operation of the vehicle and may also be required to perform fill orders and check the accuracy of other orders.
  17. Funeral Director - Funeral directors plan and direct memorial services, wakes, and burials. They help families throughout their grieving processes by offering emotional support and arranging for services like flowers, obituaries, and transportation for mourners.
  18. Furniture Upholsterer - Upholsterers work in the furnishings industry. They make, fix, and restore furniture that is covered with fabric or leather. Upholsterers may also assist customers with selections of covering, and may provide pickup and delivery services for furniture they work on.


  1. Garbage Collector - Garbage collectors travel with their waste collection vehicles and teams along pre-determined routes and sections of a city and collect waste, green waste and compost, recyclable objects and materials, etc. from residences and businesses. Garbage collectors often work in small teams, with a driver and a worker that can handle dumpsters, waste bins, etc. Garbage collectors also assist the cities they work for with special collections duties, like removing irresponsibly disposed of furniture, electronics, and other large objects from public areas.
  2. Geographical information systems manager - Geographical information systems manager oversees, supervises, and coordinates the City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) activities and operations; coordinates assigned activities with other divisions, outside agencies, and the general public; and provides highly responsible and complex staff assistance to management staff.
  3. Geologist - Geologists work to understand the history of our planet. The better they can understand Earth’s history the better they can foresee how events and processes of the past might influence the future.
  4. Geomatics/land surveyor - Land/geomatics surveyors measure and collect data on specific areas of land. Once the data is interpreted, it is used for a variety of purposes.
  5. Government research officer - Government research officers undertake research and evaluation activities that provide government departments and local authorities with evidence required for the formulation, implementation and evaluation of policies.


  1. Hair Stylist - Hair stylists use a variety of methods to enhance the beauty of clients’ hair. They perform services such as shampooing, trimming, cutting, blow drying and coloring. They also advise clients on how to manage their hair and apply design work to their hair.
  2. Health and safety adviser - Staff working in health and safety are responsible for providing a professional health and safety service to all levels of staff working for a specific organisation. Their work ensures that the employing organisation meets the requirements of Health and Safety legislation and corporate Health and Safety strategy and arrangements.
  3. Health promotion specialist - The Health Promotion Specialist will have an expanded scope of practice that includes providing the full range of assessment, treatment and counselling, education and consultative services, provision of health promotion and disease prevention strategies.
  4. Health visitor - The Health Visitor is a Qualified Registered Nurse, Midwife, Sick Children’s Nurse or Psychiatric Nurse with Specialist qualifications , which includes child health, health promotion and education. Health visitors work in the community to promote health and care. They are particularly proactive in helping out with children and the elderly. A huge part of being a health visitor will be providing care and support for families with new children, offering advice and guidance from pregnancy to primary school.
  5. Heavy Equipment Operator - The Heavy Equipment Operator is responsible for operating heavy equipment in a safe and appropriate manner. Heavy equipment may include trucks, front-end loaders, dozers, graders, compactors, snowblowers and other pieces of equipment. The Heavy Equipment Operator must also clean, maintain and secure all equipment as directed by legislation, policies and procedures.
  6. Herbalist - Herbalists are the specialists with herbs. They use them to extract and come up with different alternative medicines to cure various diseases.
  7. High School Teacher - A high school teacher instructs students in grades 9 through 12 in both public and private educational institutions. Secondary school teachers typically specialize in one or two subjects such as math, English, the sciences, social studies, art, history, Spanish, French or music, usually teaching several classes over the course of a day. Teachers at the secondary level also maintain order in the classroom, during breaks and lunch periods, and are often involved in a variety of extracurricular activities.
  8. Highway Patrol Officer - Highway patrol officers focus on the enforcement of motor vehicle laws, and usually have a set geographic jurisdiction in which they have authority. They spend the majority of their time patrolling the highways and traffic venues to both prevent accidents and law-breaking. They also assist in accidents, helping document the facts of the event and also giving testimony at trials and arbitrations involving vehicular accidents. Highway patrol officers do many other things, as well, like helping coordinate other emergency services at the scene of an accident, directing traffic, administering first aid, and assisting other law enforcement agencies when special needs arise.
  9. Historian - Historians are professionals who research and study the past in order to analyze patterns and present new and useful data to businesses, governments, historical associations, nonprofits and other organizations.
  10. Horticultural consultant - Horticultural consultants advise growers and organisations on a wide range of topics, including the technical, business, financial, social and environmental aspects of horticulture production and how to improve the quantity and quality of produce.
  11. Hotel Manager - Hotel managers run hotels, motels and other lodgings. They coordinate cleaning staff, the front desk operations, grounds and facilities maintenance. Hotel managers create budgets and set room rates, interview, hire and train new staff, resolve employee conflicts, and help guests with any issues they might have.
  12. Housing adviser - Housing advisers provide impartial and confidential information, advice and support to individuals about a wide range of housing problems such as homelessness and repossession.
  13. Human Resources Manager - Human resource managers are generally responsible for administering compensation and benefits policies and serving as a link between management and employees. They handle questions and concerns about pay, benefits, job descriptions, vacations and corporate policies. Other duties of HR managers include recruiting and hiring new employees, and administering orientation and training programs.
  14. Hydrologist - Hydrologists study the dynamic nature of water, for example the forces that cause water to move in the environment and what effects this movement has. They examine issues such as precipitation pathways, the relationship between rainfall and runoff, and the effects of precipitation on soils and various landscapes. They are also involved in projects to determine and promote sustainable usage of water sources to conserve supplies.


  1. Illustrator - Illustrators utilize creativity along with their technical skills and natural artistic ability to draw or paint to create pictures that communicate ideas, sensations, facts, feelings and emotions. An Illustrator works to create commercial images to inform, persuade or entertain their client's intended audience. They must also make adjustments in the mood or style of the images accordingly.
  2. Immigration officer - An immigration officer is a government employee who enforces laws relating to immigration, borders, and customs. As specialized law enforcement agents, immigration officers are required to have both basic police skills and specific knowledge of international trade and immigration issues.
  3. Immunologist - Immunologists are responsible for studying the functions of the body’s immune system for the purpose of developing new medical therapies, treatments and vaccines, and for finding ways to improve methods for treating different conditions. In order to effectively develop these new products and methods, immunologists must investigate the development and effects of abnormal immune responses from the body, which are associated with a variety of conditions including autoimmune diseases, immunodeficiencies, allergies and transplant rejection.
  4. Industrial Designer - Industrial design is the professional service of creating and developing concepts and specifications that optimize the function, value and appearance of products and systems for the mutual benefit of both user and manufacturer. Industrial designers develop these concepts and specifications through collection, analysis and synthesis of data guided by the special requirements of the client or manufacturer. They are trained to prepare clear and concise recommendations through drawings, models and verbal descriptions.
  5. Industrial Engineer - Industrial engineers devise methods to eliminate wasted time, energy, money, materials, and other commodities during production processes. They also take full advantage of technology that is available, reduce environmental concerns, and focus on promoting workers’ safety.
  6. Information scientist - An information scientist is a professional whose main job it is to coordinate information and make data approachable. Information scientists work in a wide array of job settings. Some act as research librarians in universities, while others assist medical personnel in hospitals or medical practices. Most information scientists today work predominantly with electronic data.
  7. Information systems manager - Information systems managers plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the activities of organizations that analyze, design, develop, implement, operate and administer computer and telecommunications software, networks and information systems. They are employed throughout the public and private sectors.
  8. Insurance Agent - Typical duties of an insurance agent include selling life, property and casualty, long-term care, health and disability insurance policies. All are designed to protect individuals and businesses from financial losses that occur through accidents, storms, theft, health issues or the death of a family member or business partner.
  9. Insurance risk surveyor - Insurance risk surveyors, also known as risk consultants, risk control surveyors and risk control advisers, work for general insurance companies, brokers or firms of specialist surveyors. Their main role is to advise about risk, based on technical knowledge and good practice.
  10. Insurance Underwriter - Underwriters work in several insurance categories, including health, life, auto and home. Their job is to review applications for insurance, analyze risks and decide whether the company will offer coverage. Underwriters must approve applications so that the insurance company can collect premiums. They must not approve too many high-risk applicants who may require large payouts, however, because the insurance company ultimately wants to make money.
  11. Interpreter - Interpreters and translators are the experts when it comes to translating spoken or written words into another language. They are the ones who enable clients and business partners who do not speak the same language to communicate.
  12. Investment analyst - Financial and investment analysts collect and analyze financial information such as economic forecasts, trading volumes and the movement of capital, financial backgrounds of companies, historical performances and future trends of stocks, bonds and other investment instruments to provide financial and investment or financing advice for their company or their company's clients. Their studies and evaluations cover areas such as takeover bids, private placements, mergers or acquisitions.
  13. Investment banker - Investment bankers make money for the big global banks by selling stock or seeking out venture capital (lending money to people or businesses and gaining part-ownership in the process). They also decide when to sell the bank’s stakes in various businesses.
  14. Investment fund manager - Investment fund managers make the investment decisions to try to increase the value of a fund: where a group of people (shareholders) pool their savings to invest in financial assets, typically securities or shares. They work in the financial sector managing equity funds, currency or property on behalf of clients looking for the best return on their investment.
  15. Ironworker - Ironworkers fabricate, erect, hoist, install, repair and service structural ironwork, precast concrete, concrete reinforcing materials, curtain walls, ornamental iron and other metals used in the construction of buildings, bridges, highways, dams and other structures and equipment. They are employed by construction ironwork contractors.
  16. IT consultant - An I.T. consultant is a technical specialist who works with clients across all kinds of businesses and industries. The consultant primarily provides advice on incorporating or integrating information technology systems to increase commercial efficiency and improve processes, service delivery, customer relationships, capital expenditure and above all, profitability and shareholder value.


  1. Janitor - Janitors are responsible for performing all-purpose cleaning and preservation of assigned area inside a particular building. Exact tasks of janitorial are not definite, consequently, must be flexible in performing assigned duties.
  2. Jeweler - A jeweler works with gold and other precious metals to create jewelry in their own design, as well as repair jewelry. Jewelry design begins with melting gold and placing it in a mold for ear rings, ring settings and pendants. A jeweler then sets stones into the work with fine instruments using a jeweler's eyeglass.
  3. Journalist - The core purpose of a journalist is to research, document, write, and present the news in an honest, ethical, and unbiased way. Although the method for reporting the news may be changing, the need for talented, qualified and educated journalists isn’t. A journalist job description still calls for hard work, ethics, quality writing, and, at its heart, the desire to tell the truth.
  4. Judge - Judges play many roles. They interpret the law, assess the evidence presented, and control how hearings and trials unfold in their courtrooms. Most important of all, judges are impartial decision-makers in the pursuit of justice.


  1. Land-based engineer - Land-based engineers, or agricultural engineers, are employed in agriculture, horticulture, forestry or environmental engineering work. They usually specialise in one of three main areas: machine and vehicle manufacture, farm organisation, field engineering.
  2. Landscape designer - Landscape designers use the environment as their canvas, typically beginning with a blank slate and ending with a functional and beautiful outdoor space for people to enjoy. This profitable career allows you to design landscapes for homes, businesses, parks, and malls.
  3. Lawyer - Represent clients in criminal and civil litigation and other legal proceedings, draw up legal documents, or manage or advise clients on legal transactions. May specialize in a single area or may practice broadly in many areas of law.
  4. Learning disability nurse - Learning disability nurses are based in a variety of settings in the community and in hospitals. They promote the health and wellbeing of their patients, and work to improve their quality of life to help them live as independently as they can.
  5. Learning mentor - The Behaviour Support Learning Mentor will provide a complementary service to teachers and other staff, addressing the needs of children who require assistance in overcoming barriers to learning in order to achieve their full potential, or accessing the curriculum.
  6. Legal executive - A legal executive is a fully-trained and qualified lawyer that simply specialises in a certain area of legal practice. Legal executives are typically employed by law firms, public sector organisations and the in-house legal teams of commercial enterprises in the private sector.
  7. Leisure centre manager - Leisure centre managers are responsible for ensuring that the separate parts of a leisure centre work together effectively at all times. They work hard to provide excellent services to members of the public, and leisure centres certainly have an important part to play in the local community.
  8. Licensed conveyancer - Licensed conveyancers are specialist property lawyers who work on behalf of clients buying or selling property, which might be premises or land. The main function of the conveyancer job is to deal with all the legal matters, paperwork and queries involved in a property transaction. They may act on behalf of the vendor or the purchaser, or sometimes for both in the same transaction.
  9. Loan Officer - Loan officers work for banks and other financial institutions. They help individuals and businesses obtain funds from these lenders. Loan officers specialize in commercial, consumer and mortgage loans.
  10. Logistics/distribution manager - A Distribution or Logistics Manager has a varied job and can be involved in stock, transportation or even the control of legislation, costing and environmental pressures. These responsibilities do vary depending on the specific role within Distribution Management, but in each role there is constant liaising between all parts of a supply chain.
  11. Lumberjack - A lumberjack is someone who harvests trees for a living for use in paper, furniture, or other wood-based products. Lumberjacks often work long hours, and must travel frequently. They often work at a job site for a couple of months, or even shorter periods of time, before moving on. They may harvest trees that are specifically planted for their wood on private land, or may be permitted to harvest on public land.


  1. Machine Operator - Machine Operators are responsible for running equipment and machine tools at production or manufacturing facilities. They operate and specialize in machines like lathes, milling machines, precision grinders, boring machines, drill presses, among others. This job is repetitive and workers are required to use buttons, foot pedals, levers and switches. Sometimes they can perform calibrations and minor adjustments on the machines they use.
  2. Magazine features editor - Magazine features editors ensure that their product is full of entertaining, informative and newsworthy articles. They tend to work for larger publications, such as the weekly and monthly consumer or lifestyle titles (commonly called 'glossy mags'), or the larger trade magazines.
  3. Maid - Maids work in both residential and hospitality facilities. Mostly they work from home to home, traveling in small teams and are required to manage cleaning of an entire house from living rooms to bathrooms to kitchens.
  4. Mail Carrier - Mail carriers deliver mail to businesses and homes along their established routes. Depending on their route, they may deliver the mail on foot or by vehicle. In some cases, they will drive to a central location, park their vehicle, and then walk from house to house.
  5. Maintenance engineer - Maintenance engineers’ work involves the maintenance of machinery and equipment, as well as optimization of procedures, systems, infrastructures, and budgets for the purpose of improving reliability and maintainability. Maintenance engineers typically analyze the equipment maintenance structure, look into equipment and machinery failures, assess the needs for spare parts and equipment replacements, report safety hazards, and evaluate alternatives.
  6. Management Consultant - Management Consultant is a leading operational improvement firm, working with clients around the world to improve their processes and financial performance.
  7. Marine Biologist - Marine biologists study things that live in oceans. Marine biologists work in a role where observation and research is a main focus. They conduct controlled experiments and observe how certain factors work within that environment. They may work strictly in this scientific-based role, or they may work on unscheduled rescue missions, using their knowledge of how sea creatures live and what they require.
  8. Marine scientist - A marine scientist undertakes research into the sea and studies its relationship with seafloors, the earth’s crust, animal life, plants, the land, coastal areas and the atmosphere. The information collected by marine scientists contributes towards databases and legislation for environmental protection. Marine scientists are employed by government and non-government organisations such as marine research institutes, universities and commercial companies.
  9. Market Research Analyst - The Market Research Analyst is principally responsible for interpreting data, formulating reports and making recommendations based upon the research findings. To accomplish this task, the Market Research Analyst works with the client (either internal or external) to understand, define and document the overarching business object. The Market Research Analyst applies qualitative and quantitative techniques to interpret the data and produce substantiated recommendations. Market Research Analysts frequently present the findings and recommendations to the client.
  10. Marketing assistant - The Marketing Assistant assists the marketing team in daily marketing activities and is usually a good entry level position to a career in marketing.
  11. Marketing executive - The position of marketing executive involves responsibility for the promotion of the company’s brand, product or service. This is done by developing effective marketing campaigns using promotional events and advertising campaigns together with analysis of market trends and keeping up to date with consumer needs and competitors’ positions.
  12. Materials engineer - Materials engineers are engineering specialists who use their knowledge of materials to outline specifications, processes, and designs for materials. They specialize in the properties and behaviours of different raw materials and use their expertise to advance various technologies and facilitate production processes. The field of materials engineering is also sometimes referred to as materials science.
  13. Mathematician - Mathematicians work in the field of mathematics, studying quantities, space, structure, patterns and change. Mathematicians usually have analytical minds, good communication skills and the ability to think abstractly. As part of a career in mathematics a mathematician may apply theories and techniques to practical problems, develop statistical models, design systems of encryption, create computer simulations, solve complex problems, teach others and much more.
  14. Mechanical Engineer - Mechanical engineers are responsible for designing, building, installing and maintaining all kinds of mechanical machinery, tool and components. Construction is just one area you could work in as a mechanical engineer – others include the power, medical or manufacturing industries.
  15. Media analyst - Media analysts monitor their clients’ performance in the marketplace by comparing media coverage on television stations, the Internet, in magazines and in newspapers. They record the number of times the company’s product or service is mentioned in the media and analyze public reception of news articles, press releases or television programs. Media analysts are also responsible for using media trends and industry data to outline strategies for companies looking to enter into or expand in a particular target market.
  16. Media buyer - Media buyers do exactly what it says on the tin: they buy media space. They keep an eye on the media, assess the efficacy of certain platforms and media channels and then make the important decisions about where advertising campaigns are actually going to be unleashed upon the world.
  17. Media planner - Media planners identify which media platforms would best advertise a client's brand or product. They work within advertising agencies or media planning and buying agencies. They enable their clients to maximise the impact of their advertising campaigns through the use of a range of media.
  18. Medical Laboratory Technician - A Medical Laboratory Technician is a skilled individual trained to carry out laboratory tests and operate laboratory equipment under the supervision of a certified medical laboratory technologist. They examine body fluid samples in a laboratory setting to detect parasites, bacteria, and other microorganisms that may be causing the patient’s disease Medical laboratory technicians work in various healthcare facilities including hospitals, offices of physicians, research laboratories, health clinics, veterinary laboratories, medical diagnostic laboratories, and biotechnology companies.
  19. Medical Laboratory Technician - Medical laboratory technicians work in hospital and private laboratories or physician office labs. At career entry, the MLT will be able to perform routine clinical laboratory tests done in hematology, chemistry, immunohematology, microbiology, immunology and coagulation. He/she will have gained basic laboratory skills required for entry-level positions in these and other emerging laboratory fields, such as molecular diagnostics.
  20. Medical physicist - As a medical physicist, you can work in one of many different health areas. Most typically, you would be involved with the commissioning, calibration, safe operation and maintenance of systems used for looking at or measuring what is happening in the body, for example those using x-rays, ultrasound, light in various frequencies; laser Doppler blood flow measurement; magnetic resonance imaging and nuclear medicine.
  21. Medical Records Technician - A medical records technician (MRT) is one of the few positions in healthcare that does not include contact with patients and yet is one of the most important jobs in the industry. An MRT is responsible for entering patients' medical records into a computer database so that they are accurate, up to date and accessible to those who need them at all times.
  22. Medical representative - Medical representative demonstrate features and benefits of products manufacturing by a pharmacy company to the medical professionals. Medical representative is also refers to salesmanship process to convince customer (medical professionals/hospitals/chemist etc.) to take decision in your favor. Medical representative has to make sure in regular meeting with client, proper description of products, answering customer’s queries effectively, taking orders regularly, providing assistance quickly, servicing regularly.
  23. Medical Secretary - A medical secretary's job responsibilities may involve recording medical histories, completing insurance paperwork and arranging for patients' hospital procedures. Some medical secretaries work with medical doctors and scientists in research settings as well, transcribing dictation, making arrangements for speeches and conference engagements and assisting with articles and reports. Still others find employment in hospitals and outpatient care centers.
  24. Mental health nurse - Mental health nurses are experts in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders. They work as members of an interdisciplinary treatment team that provides well-rounded medical care for the whole person.
  25. Metallurgist - Metallurgists use their specialised knowledge of the chemical and physical properties of metals and minerals to extract them from their natural ores, and further refine them through processes such as casting or alloying. Some metallurgists specialise in research to develop new, efficient processes that are economically viable.
  26. Meteorologist - Meteorologists study the physics, chemistry and dynamics of the atmosphere and how it interacts with land, water, weather, climate and climate change. Meteorologists may also work teaching, management, or in applied meteorology in fields such as weather broadcasting, climatology and instrumentation specialization. Meteorologists may also be involved in other forms of applied meteorology, such as helping planners and contractors locate and design airports, factories and many other kinds of construction projects.
  27. Midwife - Nurse midwives are responsible for almost every aspect of a woman’s preventative care, prenatal care, and gynecological care. They work with a woman over the course of her life to help ensure that she stays healthy. The care may include everything from pap smears to birth control counseling and more. Additionally, when their patients are in labor, nurse midwives care for them throughout the labor and delivery.
  28. Mining engineer - Mining engineers specialize in the development of mines and operations that take place underground. They take into account the effect of mines on their immediate environment before developing new sites, and they typically supervise mining production processes, conduct feasibility studies, monitor activities underground, and manage the site closure and rehabilitation process. One of the most important duties of a mining engineer is to find ways to mitigate damage to the environment which occurs as a result of mining activities.
  29. Multimedia specialists - Many multimedia specialists work as a member of a design team in a firm that specializes in media production. These include both small and large production houses that may need individuals with a variety of expertise. Projects often include the development of DVD, CD-ROM, web, and video material.
  30. Museum Curator - Museum curators usually specialise in a broad discipline, such as anthropology, art, decorative arts, natural history, social history, science or technology. Within that discipline they are generally recognised as authorities on one or more specific subject areas. Museum curators generally work indoors in museums and art galleries, but they may be required to travel extensively on field study. In small museums, one curator may be responsible for the management of the entire institution and its collections.
  31. Museum Technicians - Museum technicians prepare documents and objects that are used in museum exhibits. They work very closely with curators, who decide which items should be placed in the exhibits. When a museum receives a new item, some museum technicians are responsible for creating documentation that describes the appearance and condition of the item. Technicians also work with archivists to help organize the items that a museum receives, and may work with a conservator to help restore them if damaged.
  32. Music teacher - Music teachers are required to instruct students in music applications, both theory and practice. They give to students an overview of the different types of music and lessons about the history of this subject, including the most significant musical time periods. Their classes also include an introduction to some musical instruments, such as drums. As teachers, they may work at schools, colleges, and universities. They also may work as directors for a choir or band.
  33. Music therapist - Music therapists use music and sound to help improve people's emotional wellbeing, relieve stress and improve confidence.
  34. Musical Instrument Repairer - Musical instrument repairers and tuners are specialized in inspecting and repairing musical instruments that have been damaged to repair them back to working condition. They use a variety of tools and techniques to keep instruments working in proper condition. Instrument repairers can re-attach strings or hardware that have broken or detached themselves, alter an instrument that will not properly stay in tune, or restore instruments that have not been played for several years. Most instrument repairers have a general idea on how to play a variety of instruments in order to understand how they work.
  35. Musician - Professional musicians write, perform and record music. Paid to entertain, delight and inspire, musicians can perform solo, as part of a band, or as part of an orchestra. Musicians may also be required to give interviews with members of the press or make appearances on TV and radio shows from time to time.


  1. Nature conservation officer - Nature conservation officers manage the local environment with an emphasis on preserving and protecting areas of natural beauty, and setting targets to promote biodiversity. Their role involves promoting awareness on environmental issues, encouraging people to use the countryside in an informed and respectful manner, and advising local government. They work for local authorities, national organisations and charities.
  2. Naval architect - Naval architects work as part of a team of technical staff responsible for designing, producing and repairing safe, sea-worthy surface or underwater vessels.
  3. Network administrator - Network systems administrators ensure network availability to all users of a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN). They install, configure, support and monitor an organization’s network, test website performance, and perform needed upgrades and maintenance. These information technology (IT) professionals may work for manufacturing companies, colleges and universities, healthcare providers and IT service firms.
  4. Nuclear Decontamination Technician - Nuclear technicians assist physicists, engineers, and other professionals in nuclear research and nuclear production. They operate special equipment used in these activities and monitor the levels of radiation that are produced.
  5. Nuclear Engineer - Nuclear engineers are at the forefront of researching and developing the processes used to obtain benefits from nuclear energy and radiation. Engineers in this subfield combine their knowledge of nuclear energy and expertise in nuclear reactions for design, research, development, and construction processes.
  6. Nurse - Nursing is a great career for men and women with a caring nature. Nurses restore, maintain and advance the health of individuals, groups and entire communities. They provide direct nursing care, which may include working with physicians to perform examinations, delivering treatment as prescribed by a physician, and in some cases administer medications. Nurses often monitor and assess a patient’s condition and play a key role in a patient’s rehabilitation. Nurses also plan and deliver health programs for groups or communities.
  7. Nutritional therapist - Nutritional Therapists use a wide range of tools to assess and identify potential nutritional imbalances and understand how these may contribute to an individual’s symptoms and health concerns. This approach allows them to work with individuals to address nutritional balance and help support the body towards maintaining health.


  1. Occupational Safety/Health Inspector - Health and safety Inspectors are civil servants who deal with health and safety in workplaces. They make sure that employers follow health and safety legislation. Inspectors visit workplaces to make routine checks on standards. They also investigate complaints and industrial accidents which may require liaison with legal and insurance departments, or local authorities.
  2. Occupational Therapist - An occupational therapist is a health professional who is responsible for helping patients regain their ability to perform daily living and work activities. His or her patients have generally lost these abilities because of mental, physical or developmentally or emotionally disabling conditions. Most occupational therapists work in hospitals or in the offices of other health professionals.
  3. Oceanographer - Oceanographers are geoscientists who study the circulation and movement of ocean waters, analyze their chemical and physical properties, and investigate their effects on climate, weather and coastal areas. This field deals with a wide range of concerns and many oceanographers choose to focus on one of four main areas: biological, chemical, geological or physical oceanography.
  4. Office Machine Repairer - Computer, ATM, and office machine repairers install, fix, and maintain many of the machines that businesses, households, and other consumers use.
  5. Office manager - Office managers are responsible for making sure that a company's support staff is running smoothly. This can take many forms, and depends on the size and type of company, so it could mean organizing, planning and overseeing a large pool of administrative assistants, or working with one or two people in a smaller office.
  6. Operational researcher - Operational researchers make use of analytical and creative skills to assist organisations in developing better systems and operational procedures. They examine an organisation's operations and use mathematical modelling, computer software or other analytical approaches to find more effective ways of working. They provide managers with the information they need to develop a strategic policy and make better decisions.
  7. Optometrist - Optometrists provide primary vision care. Also called Doctors of Optometry or ODs, they diagnose and treat eye diseases and disorders. They determine whether vision correction is needed and if it is they prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses.
  8. Orthodontist - Orthodontists typically deal with hardware such as retainers and headgear with the goal of aligning teeth to improve the appearance or the ability of the person to chew and swallow food without difficulty or pain.
  9. Orthoptist - Orthoptists investigate, diagnose and treat defects of binocular vision and abnormalities of eye movement. Orthoptists usually work under the supervision of ophthalmologists, who are medical doctors specializing in diseases of the eye.
  10. Outdoor pursuits manager - Outdoor pursuits managers are responsible for every aspect of the day-to-day management of centres dedicated to providing instruction in a variety of outdoor activities including horse riding, mountaineering, cycling and water sports.


  1. Packaging technologist - Works with the packaging, production and marketing teams to develop and implement new packaging types and packaging changes, from design concept to market testing. Investigates cost and quality improvements, helps ensure compliance with food safety, labelling and environmental legislation.
  2. Painter - Painters apply paint, wallpaper and additional finishes to inside and outside surfaces of buildings and other areas. They utilize pre-coating agents, filling and leveling materials, and mix and match colors and textures. In addition, they read blueprints, drawings, technical specifications and material data sheets in the successful completion of assigned painting task.
  3. Paralegal - The main function of a paralegal or legal assistant is to support a lawyers in his or her work through a variety of support-based and administrative duties.
  4. Paramedic - A paramedic is a health care professional responsible for providing medical assistance to patients while they are en route to the hospitals. They are always the first one at the scene of the accident and are responsible for the initial assessment of a patient’s condition.
  5. Parole Officer - Parole officers are employed only in the Division of Parole and are primarily assigned to area field offices or temporary release units within a geographic region of the state. Parole officers provide supervision, guidance and control over an assigned caseload of parolees, and both assist in the resolution of their problems, and determine their conditions of parole and their degree of compliance with them.
  6. Patent attorney - Patent attorneys help inventors and companies navigate the tricky path to obtaining a patent, and advise clients on patent infringement and other areas surrounding intellectual property rights. A patent attorney might work in a firm of patent attorneys or in-house for a large company. They advise clients on the likelihood of obtaining a patent, partly through studying scientific and technical documents and utilising their specialist knowledge.
  7. Personal assistant - A personal assistant offers personalized support to the family and/or the individual they support. Responsibilities will often include making travel arrangements, organizing events/engagements, running errands, managing appointments or calendars, making reservations, placing orders, answering/returning calls, and many other similar administrative, clerical and support duties.
  8. Personnel officer - A personnel officer is responsible for dealing with employee relations and taking care of staffing issues. He can work independently, as part of a contracted team hired by a company or be employed in-house as an employee.
  9. Petroleum Engineer - Petroleum engineers work with geologists and other specialists to analyze the type of rock contained at a site and then determine the best drilling method to use. Their job is to achieve maximum productivity from a gas or oil drilling operation.
  10. Pharmacist - Pharmacists are responsible for the distribution of prescription drugs to patients. They advise patients and health professionals on the side effects, interactions, and dosages of medications.
  11. Pharmacologist - Pharmacologists study the effects of drugs and other chemical substances on cells, animals, humans and the environment. As a pharmacologist you would carry out research to discover and develop new drugs and medicines, and to make sure they are used safely.
  12. Photographer - Photographers use their technical expertise, creativity, and composition skills to produce and preserve images that visually tell a story or record an event. They photograph people, landscapes, merchandise, or other subjects, using digital or film cameras and equipment. May develop negatives or use computer software to produce finished images and prints.
  13. Photojournalist - The main job of a photojournalist is to provide pictures for stories or news articles that provide clear and truthful images corresponding with the topic. Photos need to be taken that will allow the reader to gain a better understanding of what the story is about. Some photo journalists do more than just take pictures. Some publications will have them edit and develop film, color correct photos and prepare them for publication. Photojournalists will also be in charge of scheduling photo sessions with companies who are advertising or having a story written about them, keeping track of events they will need to attend and cover, as well as arriving to the scene of a story with the reporter to take photos of the live coverage.
  14. Physician Assistant - Physician assistants perform therapeutic, diagnostic, and preventative health care under the supervision of physicians and surgeons. They treat minor injuries, splint broken bones, apply casts, and interpret x-rays.
  15. Physician - Physicians examine patients; take medical histories; prescribe medications; and order, perform, and interpret diagnostic tests. They counsel patients on diet, hygiene, and preventive healthcare.
  16. Physicists and astronomers - Physicists and astronomers study the ways in which various forms of matter and energy interact. Theoretical physicists and astronomers may study the nature of time or the origin of the universe. Physicists and astronomers in applied fields may develop new military technologies or new sources of energy, or monitor space debris that could endanger satellites.
  17. Physiotherapist - Physiotherapists help people of all ages who are temporarily or permanently suffering from physical disabilities and debilitating conditions. These healthcare professionals work in hospitals and community settings to treat patients with all kinds of ailments - just about anything from sporting injuries and persistent joint problems, to paralysis resulting from strokes and neurological conditions.
  18. Picture researcher - Picture researchers select specific photographs or illustrations for use in a wide range of media such as books, magazines, websites and television. Their employers include media or advertising companies, picture agencies or libraries, and museums or art galleries.
  19. Planning surveyor - Planning Surveyor develop plans and programs for the use of land. Their plans help create communities, accommodate population growth, and revitalize physical facilities in towns, cities, and metropolitan areas.
  20. Plant breeder - Plant breeders work to improve the quality and performance of existing agricultural and horticultural crops as well as create new varieties. They aim to develop useful traits, such as disease resistance or drought tolerance, or to improve characteristics such as appearance.
  21. Plant care specialists - Plant care specialists care for all varieties of plants in different weather conditions and guard them against major diseases. This work involves maintaining existing landscaped gardens or implementing new designs alongside a landscape architect.
  22. Plumber - A plumber is responsible for installing, repairing and maintaining pipes, fixtures and other plumbing used for water distribution and waste water disposal in commercial and industrial buildings.
  23. Podiatrist - Podiatrists diagnose and treat abnormalities of the lower limb. They offer professional advice on preventing foot problems and care.
  24. Police Officer - The duties of a police officer focus on protecting people and property. They patrol the areas they are assigned, which sometimes include entire jurisdictions, respond to calls, enforce laws, make arrests, issue citations, and occasionally testify in court cases. They often make traffic stops, respond to domestic disturbances, and, at times, provide first aid to someone involved in a traffic accident or injured in a domestic dispute until paramedics arrive. Much of their time is divided between patrolling, writing reports, and filling out forms.
  25. Press sub-editor - Press sub-editors are the kings and queens of readability. Working in the world of print (newspapers and magazines) and online media, these eagle-eyed professionals use their attention to detail and understanding of language, punctuation and grammar to make sure news pieces and magazine articles are factually correct and devoid of grammatical errors. Press sub-editors are also the proofreading superstars that define and maintain an in-house style and make every article read like an absolute dream.
  26. Prison officer - Prison officers supervise inmates in prisons, remand centres and young offenders' institutions. Their work will vary according to the type of prison, its level of security and the age of the prisoners.
  27. Probation officer - The probation officer, as an investigative sentencing specialist and supervision specialist, is responsible for providing meaningful assistance to the court in its deliberations and decisions concerning criminal offenders.
  28. Product development scientist - Product development scientists work in various industries, including food, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and medical device manufacturing. They not only develop new foods, drugs, and medical technologies, but they also research and develop ways to enhance existing products.
  29. Production engineers - Production engineers manage the operation of one or more manufacturing workshops in a manufacturing company. Their role is to organize, set up and optimize production, while observing specifications.
  30. Production manager - The Production Manager generally is responsible for budgeting, scheduling work, and coordinating the various production departments.
  31. Project manager - The Project Manager oversees the planning, implementation, and tracking of a specific short-term project which has a beginning, an end and specified deliverables.
  32. Prosthetists and orthotists - Prosthetists and orthotists provide care for anyone requiring an artificial limb (prosthesis) or a device to support or control part of the body (orthosis). They also advise on rehabilitation. Orthotists provide a range of splints, braces and special footwear to aid movement, correct deformity and relieve discomfort. Prosthetists provide the best possible artificial replacement for patients who have lost or were born without a limb. A prosthetic limb should feel and look like a natural limb.
  33. Psychiatrist - A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental health and emotional problems. Because of extensive medical training, the psychiatrist understands the body’s functions and the complex relationship between emotional illness and other medical illness. The psychiatrist is thus the mental health professional and physician best qualified to distinguish between physical and psychological causes of both mental and physical distress. Psychiatrists are physicians who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of mental health.
  34. Purchasing Agent - Purchasing agents buy products for organizations to use or resell. They evaluate suppliers, negotiate contracts, and review product quality.


  1. Quality assurance manager - Quality assurance managers play a crucial role in business by ensuring that products meet certain standards of quality. They plan, direct or coordinate quality assurance programs and formulate quality control policies. They also work to improve an organization's efficiency and profitability by reducing waste.
  2. Quantity surveyor - Quantity surveyors manage and plan all costs associated with all types of construction projects, from outset until completion. Above all, quantity surveyors are concerned with doing the best possible job at the best possible price.


  1. Race relations worker - A race relations officer works to develop and promote good relations between people from different racial groups and to ensure equality of access to services. This may include community work supporting people who experience racial discrimination and delivering race awareness workshops to communities, staff and volunteers. Many roles also involve the development, monitoring and review of policies and strategies designed to ensure an organisation, staff and stakeholders engage with legislative duties.
  2. Real Estate Agent - Real estate agents help their clients buy, sell, or rent homes and other properties for clients. They differ from real estate brokers, in that brokers possess the licenses necessary to run their own businesses. Without that license, agents are required to work for a broker.
  3. Receptionist - Receptionists greet clients and visitors, in person or on the phone. They then direct the person to the most appropriate person or department for their needs. Often, the job of receptionist is not limited to reception duties. An increasing number of employers want to have a receptionist able to perform basic secretarial tasks. Since receptionists are usually the first person that customers meet, it is important for the first impression to be the right one.
  4. Records manager - A records manager is responsible for the effective management of the information that is received and generated by an organisation. Information is at the centre of everything an organisation does. How it manages this information can directly affect its ability to operate efficiently.
  5. Recreation Worker - Recreation workers spend their time planning and leading activities that are designed to help individuals and groups enjoy the outdoors, stay active and engaged, and improve their fitness. These professionals may focus on outdoor sports or lead arts and crafts, music, games and other recreational pursuits.
  6. Recruiter - Recruiters often work in human resources departments, where they specialize in recruiting, screening, interviewing, and placing workers.
  7. Recycling officer - Recycling officers are responsible for planning and developing local environmental and waste reduction policies, and running recycling schemes.
  8. Regulatory affairs - Regulatory affairs is a comparatively new profession which developed from the desire of governments to protect public health by controlling the safety and efficacy of products in areas including pharmaceuticals, veterinary medicines, medical devices, pesticides, agrochemicals, cosmetics and complementary medicines.
  9. Reporter - Reporters provide news to a public audience by way of TV, radio, print or the Internet. They work in a variety of settings varying in size. Work happens in the newsroom, in the field or anywhere else that a story can be researched. There are no formal educational requirements, but most reporters earn degrees in journalism and gain experience through internships.
  10. Research Chef - Research chefs are usually associated with culinary jobs though it is related to research and development of food services. The research chef has to focus on the business issues related to the culinary industry and chalk out plans of expansion, promotion, and development of his associated company. The Research chef also has to formulate new inventive food ideas for application in the workplace. The research chef has to research information related to major food manufacturers, assess the price trends of foodstuffs, and work with large food retail chains.
  11. Research scientist - As a research scientist, you would plan and carry out experiments and investigations to broaden scientific knowledge in a range of areas, from life sciences to industrial processes.
  12. Respiratory Therapist - The respiratory therapist treats people with disorders affecting the cardiopulmonary system such as asthma, emphysema, pneumonia, cardiovascular disorders, and trauma. In the hospital setting, the respiratory therapist provides care and life support to patients in the emergency room, intensive care units, general hospital areas, the pulmonary diagnostics laboratory and other specialty areas such as rehabilitation.
  13. Restaurant manager - Restaurant managers ensure that restaurants operate efficiently and profitably while maintaining their reputation and ethos. They must coordinate a variety of activities, whatever the size or type of the outlet. Managers are responsible for the business performance of their restaurant, as well as maintaining high standards of food, service, and health and safety.
  14. Retail merchandiser - Retail merchandisers work closely with company buyers to maximise profitability by predicting and monitoring sales trends and accurately controlling stock levels. Retail merchandisers are responsible for ensuring that the right amount of goods are available in store being sold at the right price. Merchandisers play a key role within a company as profitability can be affected by how successfully they undertake their work: through shrewd planning, careful purchasing and sensible promotions profits can be enhanced.
  15. Roofer - Roofers work with gravel, asphalt, tar and other construction materials in order to construct roofs. They work in extreme conditions and are required to perform strenuous lifting and kneeling and bending as well. The job of a roofer is far from being safe as they are always at the risk of falling and injuring themselves – some falls can prove to be fatal as well.


  1. Sailor - Sailors work on freighters, tankers, and passenger ships and are responsible for repairing, stowing, and preparing most deck equipment, such as cargo-handling gear. During docking or departing, sailors handle ships' mooring lines. At sea, they stand watch and steer the ship following instructions from the officer on watch. Sailors must be qualified to take charge of lifeboat crews and be familiar with fire safety and fire-fighting regulations.
  2. Sales Representative - Sales representatives sell goods and services to industry, business and professional establishments, as well as to wholesale or retail outlets.
  3. School Principal - The School Principal shall plan, direct and supervise the total high school program and perform related duties as required.
  4. Security Guard - Security guards are professionals who safeguard and protect people or assets against any kind of attacks and damages. The job description may vary depending on the size of the premise that needs to be guarded, the number of security personnel employed, and the protection systems that are assigned to the guards.
  5. Sheet Metal Worker - Sheet metal workers fabricate or install products that are made from thin metal sheets, such as ducts used for heating and air conditioning.
  6. Shoemaker - A shoemaker is someone who makes, designs and repairs footwear. They are employed in shoe repair shops or custom shoemaking establishments, or they may be self-employed.
  7. Site manager - Site Managers are required to supervise and organise daily work on a building site. They are in control of all operations, including progress, planning, labour relations, and cost planning. These managers team up with other professionals like sub contractors, consultants and client’s representatives in order to make sure that the job is completed within budget and on time.
  8. Sociologist - A sociologist studies humanity on all levels with a strong emphasis on political systems, behavior in political systems, how humans respond to change and the development of power systems.
  9. Software Developers - Generally, software developers find work in one of two main areas: writing code for software or writing code for computing systems. Application software developers design systems for consumer applications, such as those used in games, according to the BLS. Depending on client need, they may develop custom-made software for consumer applications or design databases for organizations. Systems software developers design computing systems, including the user interface. These can include systems used within companies as well as operating systems for electronics such as mobile phones.
  10. Software developers - Software developers help organizations achieve goals with software-based solutions. Often, they specialize in a particular software package or coding language. These information technology professionals may update existing software or develop new programs to address a specific need or solve a particular problem.
  11. Soil scientist - Soil scientists study soil and advise clients on its management and conservation. They survey and map soils, and produce information on their various properties and possible uses. They use their research to make the best use of soils and their work can be applied in a variety of areas, such as advising farmers on crop nutrition, the use of fertilisers, or land management methods that minimise or prevent soil erosion.
  12. Speech-Language Pathologists - Speech-Language Pathologists are professionals concerned with evaluation, treatment, and research in human communication and its disorders. They treat speech and language disorders and work with individuals of all ages. They diagnose and evaluate speech problems, such as fluency (stuttering), articulation, voice disorders as well as language problems, such as aphasia and delayed language and related disorders, such as dysphagia (swallowing difficulties).
  13. Sports coach - As a sports coach or instructor, your primary job will be to provide expert training for athletes. You’ll be assisting their skills development and ensuring peak performance and fitness are achieved during crucial times, such as competitions, tournaments, matches, trials and qualifying events.
  14. Sports development officer - Sports development officers organise and promote sports events in the community. They might be employed by local councils or the National Governing Bodies for specific sports, and often work alongside other organisations like the NHS, charities or schools
  15. Sports therapist - Sports therapists monitor, rehabilitate and restore athletes to playing form. For healthy athletes, sports therapists ensure that injury prone areas of the body, such as fingers, elbows, ankles, tendons and calves are in good condition. If sports therapists suspect or uncover injuries, they inform the team doctors. Sports therapists rehabilitate injured athletes by keeping track of their medical tests, such as CT scans, MRIs or X-rays. Then they monitor how the injuries are healing based on those tests and re-evaluate or continue with the treatment plan they designed.
  16. Statistician - The role of a statistician involves gathering, interpreting and reporting on various types of data. The results of a statistician's research are used in decision-making, market research, and scientific research. Statisticians work in almost every field and industry. Their knowledge and skills are put to use in finance, education, insurance, and governmental departments, among others.
  17. Stockbroker - A stockbroker is a financial service agent who helps customers to buy and sell in financial marketplaces. He can sell securities to investors and provide insight on the market to his clients. This job requires fast thinking and excellent customer service skills to survive in this highly competitive industry.
  18. Surgeon - Surgeons specialize in the treatment of injury, disease, and deformity through operations. Using a variety of instruments, and with patients under anesthesia, a surgeon corrects physical deformities, repairs bone and tissue after injuries, or performs preventive surgeries on patients with debilitating diseases or disorders. Although a large number perform general surgery, many surgeons choose to specialize in a specific area.


  1. Tax adviser - Tax consultants, also know as tax advisors, are experts in tax law, planning and compliance. They serve businesses and individuals alike by staying current on new tax law and positioning taxpayers for short and long term tax optimization. A tax consultant typically expands on the role of tax preparer. While tax consultants prepare tax returns, they also often work closely with clients throughout the year to ensure client tax liability is minimized. Tax consultants are strong written and verbal communicators able to explain tax law and strategies in a way that is accessible and easy for clients to understand.
  2. Tax Examiner/Collector - Tax examiners do similar work whether they are employed at the Federal, State, or local government level. They review filed tax returns for accuracy and determine whether tax credits and deductions are allowed by law.
  3. Tax inspector - Tax inspectors are civil servants, working for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), who work out how much tax companies and individuals must pay on their income and profits. Some tax inspectors work in areas such as fraud or international taxation.
  4. Taxi Driver - Taxi drivers pick up passengers and transport them as quickly as possible to their destination, whilst ensuring that the safety and comfort of the passengers are maintained.
  5. Tour operator - Tour operators specialise in creating holiday packages by combining various services and resources across carriers such as airline tickets, accommodation, rentals and sightseeing tours. Typical tour operator jobs, involve working alongside travel consultants across various travel agencies in order to organise and sell leisure packages. Depending on the travel agency, tour operators can offer services either in commercial or business travel while acting on behalf of other travel and leisure entities.
  6. Town and country planner - A town and country planner makes decisions about the best way manage and develop towns, cities and the countryside. They must balance economic, social and environmental factors and can specialise in one particular area, such as transport, planning policy or conservation.
  7. Toxicologist - Toxicologists use the latest, most advanced biotechnological methods to learn about toxins at the molecular level. They carry out many controlled studies and must determine the probability of harm and help establish regulations to protect the population.
  8. Trade union research officer - Trade union research officers inform the activities and strategic development of trade unions by collecting, analysing and disseminating information on socioeconomic and political issues.
  9. Trader - Traders are required to apply their financial knowledge of securities markets to trade on behalf of their clients or an organization. They evaluate economic data and determine adequate values for securities on financial markets. These professionals also evaluate economic trends using statistical tools to identify price levels and risks for securities in which a company is interested. They also team up with other professionals such as research analysts, portfolio managers, and assistant traders in order to check investment opportunities for a firm.
  10. Travel Agent - Travel agents help their clients make travel plans. In addition to booking reservations, they assist customers in choosing their destination, transportation, and lodging and inform travellers of passport and visa requirements, rates of currency exchange, and import duties.
  11. Truck Driver - Truck drivers drive different types of trucks and heavy vehicles in order to make deliveries, dump chemicals and waste and transporting materials from one place to another. Not only these professionals drive trucks, but also there is a whole lot more to this position as truck drivers are expected to manage other duties related to this position. This may include loading and unloading trucks, performing inspections and preventative maintenance and keeping the exterior and interior of their vehicles clean and tidy.


  1. Veterinarian - Veterinarians or doctors of veterinary medicine diagnose, and treat diseases and injuries of pets, such as dogs and cats, and farm animals, such as cattle or sheep: The veterinarian examines the animal to determine nature of disease or injury and treats the animal surgically or medically. A veterinarian tests dairy herds, horses, sheep, and other animals for diseases and inoculates animals against rabies, brucellosis, and other disorders. They advise animal owners about sanitary measures, feeding, and general care to promote health of animals.


  1. Waiter/Waitress - Waiting staff serve customers by taking orders, serving food and preparing tables. An important part of the work is to make customers feel welcome and comfortable during their meal.
  2. Warehouse manager - The Warehouse Manager mainly supervises employees whilst minimising problems in warehouse management. In larger organisations, a Warehouse Manager will primarily be a communicator and organiser, while in smaller organisations their job is far more physical, usually involving the loading and unloading of goods in and out of the warehouse.
  3. Waste disposal officer - Waste disposal officer are required to manage waste disposal and recycling facilities. They are also responsible for street cleaning and waste treatment operations.
  4. Water conservation officer - Water conservation officers monitor, manage, protect and improve environmental areas where groundwater is critical, such as wetland habitats, taking action where required to rectify problems.
  5. Water engineer - Water engineers are engineering specialists who work in any of the water-based projects, which can range from the provision of clean water to prevention of flood damage and waste water disposal.
  6. Web designer - Web designers have the creative task of designing, optimising and maintaining websites. Making information as accessible and appealing as possible is the chief goal of the web designer, who may specialise in a certain development area, such as e-commerce operations or website structure
  7. Welder - Welders use manual and semi-automatic welding equipment to weld different types of metals together (ferrous/non-ferrous), following blueprints and welding process specifications. They may specialize in certain types of welding, such as mobile welding, aerospace precision welding, manufacturing welding and pipeline construction welding. They repair worn parts of metal by welding on extra layers. Welding machine operators use welding machines, such as spot, butt and seam resistance or gas/arc welding machines, to make and/or repair metal parts.
  8. Welfare rights adviser - Welfare rights advisers give clients advice and guidance on welfare benefits and their rights. These include benefits such as income support, housing benefit and tax credits.


  1. Zoo Keepers - Generally the duties of a Zoo Keeper include the care and maintenance of captive animals and their enclosures, with the cleaning of enclosures and food areas, and the preparation of food taking up most of a Keepers day. Zoo Keepers are also generally required to maintain detailed animal records, administer treatments under veterinary supervision, make detailed observations of their charges and assist in the capture and restraint of animals. Zoo Keepers are often in the public eye and must be able to communicate well and answer general enquiries in a pleasant and courteous manner. Many Zoo Keepers also come into contact with the media.
  2. Zoologist - Zoologists study the habitats and characteristics of animals and wildlife. They use their research for many different purposes. Some just want to improve human knowledge of a particular species. Others help governments develop conservation plans to decrease the negative impacts of human expansion.

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