Diagnoses ailments and performs operations to repair, reconstruct, remove, or replace organs, limbs, and bodily systems.
Installs and repairs electronic equipment for military installations, manufacturers, and businesses.
Sells insurance and advises clients about amount and type of coverage based on needs and circumstances.
Greets visitors to offices, answers questions, and refers customers to appropriate staff.
Negotiates to procure accounts, and supervises advertising campaigns for products, companies, and organizations.
Performs maintenance and repairs on coin-operated vending and amusement machines.
Plans and designs spaces to be constructed or remodeled according to specifications of clients.
Develops, assembles, and tests electrical equipment according to principles of electrical engineering.
Repairs malfunctions, maintains service according to manufacturers' schedules, and sometimes installs computers and peripheral equipment.
Facilitates the purchase and sale of stocks, bonds, and other securities for individual and institutional clients.
Operates industrial trucks and tractors to move products and raw materials for manufacturing firms.
Helps governmental bodies, businesses and individuals maintain a positive image with the public.
Formulates the policies and directs the operations of private and publicly-held companies.
Supervises the work of employees and ensures that equipment and materials are being used properly and effectively.
Builds new furniture and restores worn furniture using a thorough knowledge of fabrics and manufacturing techniques.
Installs, repairs and maintains residential and commercial phone systems.
Researches methods to improve quantity and quality of yields from farm crops and livestock, and attempts to find practical solutions to problems in agriculture.
Typesetters operate keyboards to prepare print documents, while compositors lay out pages, check proofs and make corrections.