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    Social workers help people solve social, financial, and health problems.
  • Addictions counselors help people overcome alcohol, drug, gambling, and other dependencies.
  • Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors help people get in shape. They teach aerobics classes or set up individual training programs.
  • Child care workers supervise, care for, and teach children in day-care programs.
  • Barbers wash and cut customers' hair.
  • Hairstylists and cosmetologists wash, cut, color, perm, and style customers' hair. Cosmetologists also apply makeup.
  • Clergy provide spiritual leadership.
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    School counselors help students learn about career and education choices. They counsel students about personal problems.
  • Social and human service assistants help clients get social services.
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    Social workers help people solve social, financial, and health problems.
  • Clergy provide spiritual leadership.
  • Child care workers supervise, care for, and teach children in day-care programs.
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    Social workers help people solve social, financial, and health problems.
  • Clergy provide spiritual leadership.
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    Psychologists counsel people who have life or emotional problems. They also study human behavior and mental processes.
  • Clothes pressers operate presses to remove wrinkles, flatten seams, and give shape to garments.
  • Clothes pressers operate presses to remove wrinkles, flatten seams, and give shape to garments.
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    Social and community service managers plan and direct social service programs.
  • Hairstylists and cosmetologists wash, cut, color, perm, and style customers' hair. Cosmetologists also apply makeup.
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    Social workers help people solve social, financial, and health problems.
  • Addictions counselors help people overcome alcohol, drug, gambling, and other dependencies.
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    Mental health counselors help people manage or overcome a range of mental illnesses and emotional problems.
  • Rehabilitation counselors help people manage mental and physical disabilities. They help patients live as independently as possible.
  • Residential counselors care for the people who live in their building. They may also maintain the building.
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    School counselors help students learn about career and education choices. They counsel students about personal problems.
  • Child care workers supervise, care for, and teach children in day-care programs.
  • Residential counselors care for the people who live in their building. They may also maintain the building.
  • Laundry and dry cleaning workers receive, clean, and press clothing and other articles.
  • Embalmers provide an important service in times of sadness and loss. They make sure that a deceased body is cleaned, preserved, and made presentable for funeral rites.
  • Skin care specialists clean and care for clients’ skin. They also remove unwanted hair and apply makeup.
  • Fitness trainers and aerobics instructors help people get in shape. They teach aerobics classes or set up individual training programs.
  • Funeral attendants assist mourners and funeral directors during wakes and funerals.
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    Funeral directors provide an important service in times of sadness and loss. They organize and direct funeral services.
  • Clothes pressers operate presses to remove wrinkles, flatten seams, and give shape to garments.
  • Child care workers supervise, care for, and teach children in day-care programs.
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    School counselors help students learn about career and education choices. They counsel students about personal problems.
  • Barbers wash and cut customers' hair.
  • Hairstylists and cosmetologists wash, cut, color, perm, and style customers' hair. Cosmetologists also apply makeup.
  • Barbers wash and cut customers' hair.
  • Hairstylists and cosmetologists wash, cut, color, perm, and style customers' hair. Cosmetologists also apply makeup.
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    Public health educators plan, direct, and carry out health education programs.
  • Residential counselors care for the people who live in their building. They may also maintain the building.
  • Social and human service assistants help clients get social services.
  • Laundry and dry cleaning workers receive, clean, and press clothing and other articles.
  • Professional makeup artists prepare actors for performances on stage or in front of cameras.
  • Manicurists clean, shape, and polish clients’ nails.
  • Marriage and family therapists help individuals, couples, and families overcome emotional problems.
  • Massage therapists manipulate muscles of the body to treat clients. This provides relaxation and improves health and well-being.
  • Massage therapists rub, knead, press, stroke, tap, thump, and stretch their client's muscles and connective tissues. This provides relaxation and improves health and well-being.
  • Massage therapists rub, knead, press, stroke, tap, thump, and stretch their client's muscles and connective tissues. This provides relaxation and improves health and well-being.
  • Massage therapists rub, knead, press, stroke, tap, thump, and stretch their client's muscles and connective tissues. This provides relaxation and improves health and well-being.
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    Social workers help people solve social, financial, and health problems.
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    Mental health counselors help people manage or overcome a range of mental illnesses and emotional problems.
  • Clergy provide spiritual leadership.
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    Funeral directors provide an important service in times of sadness and loss. They organize and direct funeral services.
  • Manicurists clean, shape, and polish clients’ nails.
  • Child care workers supervise, care for, and teach children in day-care programs.
  • Child care workers supervise, care for, and teach children in day-care programs.
  • Clergy provide spiritual leadership.
  • Manicurists clean, shape, and polish clients’ nails.
  • Clergy provide spiritual leadership.
  • Professional makeup artists prepare actors for performances on stage or in front of cameras.
  • Professional organizers help their clients to live organized lives. They remove clutter, set up filing and organizing systems, and teach clients how to maintain their new system.
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    Psychologists counsel people who have life or emotional problems. They also study human behavior and mental processes.
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    Public health educators plan, direct, and carry out health education programs.
  • Clergy provide spiritual leadership.
  • Rehabilitation counselors help people manage mental and physical disabilities. They help patients live as independently as possible.
  • Residential counselors care for the people who live in their building. They may also maintain the building.
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    School counselors help students learn about career and education choices. They counsel students about personal problems.
  • School psychologists help students with educational and behavioral problems. They work with teachers and parents to improve a student’s school experience.
  • Skin care specialists clean and care for clients’ skin. They also remove unwanted hair and apply makeup.
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    Social and community service managers plan and direct social service programs.
  • Social and human service assistants help clients get social services.
  • demand occupation icon
    Psychologists counsel people who have life or emotional problems. They also study human behavior and mental processes.
  • demand occupation icon
    Social workers help people solve social, financial, and health problems.
  • Clothes pressers operate presses to remove wrinkles, flatten seams, and give shape to garments.
  • Hairstylists and cosmetologists wash, cut, color, perm, and style customers' hair. Cosmetologists also apply makeup.
  • Addictions counselors help people overcome alcohol, drug, gambling, and other dependencies.
  • Tattoo artists design and create permanent works of art on human skin.
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    Funeral directors provide an important service in times of sadness and loss. They organize and direct funeral services.
  • Wedding planners work with couples who are about to be married. A wedding planner helps couples organize and coordinate the events of their wedding day.

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