Studies the physical characteristics, motions and processes of the earth's atmosphere.
Researches and develops theories concerning the physical forces of nature.
Maintains complete, accurate, and up-to-date medical records for use in treatment, billing, and statistical surveys.
Performs lab analysis for diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Supervises and outlines the building of roads, bridges, tunnels, and buildings.
Organizes and lists the instructions for computers to process data and solve problems in logical order.
Creating and maintaining layout, navigation, and interactivity of intranet and internet websites.
Convert information from one language into another language. Interpreters work in spoken or sign language; translators work in written language.
Diagnoses and treats problems of the feet, through corrective devices, medication, therapy, and surgery.
Studies human behavior by examining the interaction of social groups and institutions.
Assesses, plans, or implements fitness programs that include exercise or physical activities such as those designed to improve cardiorespiratory function, body composition, muscular strength, muscular endurance, or flexibility.
Transforms scientific and technical information into readily understandable language.
Advises physicians and patients on the affects of drugs and medications; prepares and dispenses prescriptions.
Treats physical problems by manipulating various parts of the body, especially the spinal column.
Assists attorneys in preparation of legal documents; collection of depositions and affidavits; and investigation, research and analysis of legal issues.
Uses principles of physics and mathematics to understand the workings of the universe.
Studies and analyzes the physical properties of the earth's surface, adding to our knowledge of oil and gas exploration techniques.
Selects and organizes materials to make information available to the public.
Prepares and analyzes financial reports to assist managers in business, industry and government.