Collects refuse on a designated municipal route, and transports trash to disposal plants or landfill areas.
Raises the steel framework of buildings, bridges, and other structures.
Mixes and serves drinks to customers of a tavern, restaurant, or lounge.
Provides protection against crime, investigates criminal activity, and works with the public on crime-prevention measures.
Builds new furniture and restores worn furniture using a thorough knowledge of fabrics and manufacturing techniques.
Photographs and/or videotapes newsworthy events for publication in newspapers and magazines.
Operates, monitors, and repairs power plants and industrial heating, cooling, and ventilation systems.
Prepares surfaces, and applies paints, varnishes, and finishes to the interiors and exteriors of houses and other structures.
Performs a variety of household maintenance and repair tasks that are not complex enough to require the specialized training of a licensed tradesperson, but require a certain skills and knowledge.
Cashes checks, makes deposits and withdrawals, and handles a variety of other transactions for bank customers.
Maintains and repairs band and orchestral instruments of all kinds.
Works on sub-assembly or final assembly of products such as machinery, electronic equipment, or aircraft.
Assists construction trade workers by performing a wide variety of tasks requiring physical labor.
Tends to the care, safety and comfort of passengers on commercial and corporate aircraft.
Installs roofs on new buildings, performs repairs on old roofs, and re-roofs old buildings.
Makes arrangements for travel according to the specific needs of individuals and businesses.
Entertains, informs, and instructs audiences by interpreting dramatic roles on stage, film, television, or radio.
Manages the successful operation of a crop, livestock, dairy, or poultry farm.