Operates one or more machines used in extractive or construction work.
Supervises elementary school students in the classroom, school yard, and in the cafeteria, operates audio-visual equipment, records grades, and prepares educational materials.
Facilitates the purchase and sale of stocks, bonds, and other securities for individual and institutional clients.
Protects property from damages incurred by theft, fire, and vandalism.
Leads, instructs, and motivates individuals or groups in exercise activities, including cardiovascular exercise (exercises for the heart and blood system), strength training, and stretching.
Drives limousines or other vehicles to transport passengers to and from specified locations.
Operates 18-wheeled tractor-trailer, to transport durable and perishable goods from producers to distributers.
Assesses an establishment's needs and available products, and buys raw materials, equipment and machinery, furniture, and other supplies accordingly.
Leads a congregation in worship and other spiritual services, provides moral guidance to members, and participates in community outreach.
Prepares and edits typed or electronic copies of handwritten, printed, or magnetically recorded documents.
Operates industrial trucks and tractors to move products and raw materials for manufacturing firms.
Repairs malfunctions, maintains service according to manufacturers' schedules, and sometimes installs computers and peripheral equipment.
Prepares drawings according to the specifications of scientists, architects, and engineers.
Performs major and routine maintenance on a variety of electrical home appliances.
Prepares bodies for burial, and arranges and directs funerals.
Counsels clients in legal matters; using interpretation of laws and rulings to advise and represent businesses and individuals.
Raises the steel framework of buildings, bridges, and other structures.
Sells goods for wholesalers or manufacturers to businesses, government agencies, and other organizations.
Studies and analyzes the effects of resources such as land, labor, and raw materials, on costs and their relation to industry and government