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    Customer service representatives try to solve customer complaints.
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    Opticians prepare, fit, and sell corrective contact lenses and eyeglasses.
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  • Models pose for photos, paintings or sculptures, or live audiences.
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  • Floral designers cut and arrange live, dried, and artificial flowers and plants.
  • Floral designers cut and arrange live, dried, and artificial flowers and plants.
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    Sales representatives sell products to manufacturers, businesses, and many other types of clients.
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    Marketing managers develop marketing plans to sell products or services.
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    Sales managers direct and coordinate the sales of goods and services for businesses.
  • Meter readers walk or drive trucks over established routes and take readings of meter dials.
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    Opticians prepare, fit, and sell corrective contact lenses and eyeglasses.
  • Models pose for photos, paintings or sculptures, or live audiences.
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    Parts salespeople sell parts and equipment in repair shops or parts stores.
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    Public relations specialists help build a positive public image for organizations.
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    Purchasing managers try to buy the best goods and services at the best possible prices.
  • Demonstrators and promoters show how products work and answer questions about them.
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    Public relations specialists help build a positive public image for organizations.
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    Public relations managers direct all efforts to build a positive public image for organizations.
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    Public relations specialists help build a positive public image for organizations.
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    Buyers and purchasing agents try to buy the best products at the lowest possible prices.
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  • Real estate agents help clients buy, sell, or lease land or property.
  • Real estate agents help clients buy, sell, or lease land or property.
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  • Retail salespeople help customers find items in stores. They try to convince customers to buy those items.
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  • Models pose for photos, paintings or sculptures, or live audiences.
  • Retail salespeople help customers find items in stores. They try to convince customers to buy those items.
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    Sales representatives sell products to manufacturers, businesses, and many other types of clients.
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    Sales managers direct and coordinate the sales of goods and services for businesses.
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    Sales representatives sell products to manufacturers, businesses, and many other types of clients.
  • Route salespeople drive trucks to sell and deliver products or services to customers.
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    Sales worker supervisors direct and manage salespeople. They also keep track of merchandise and help customers.
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    Customer service representatives try to solve customer complaints.
  • Telemarketers sell products, services, and memberships over the phone.
  • Telemarketers sell products, services, and memberships over the phone.
  • Telemarketers sell products, services, and memberships over the phone.
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    Buyers and purchasing agents try to buy the best products at the lowest possible prices.
  • Merchandise displayers plan and build displays in windows, retail stores, and at trade shows.

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    The Farmer Training Opportunities offered through The Upper Midwest Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training (CRAFT) is a coalition of growers working to train the next generation of organic, biodynamic, and sustainable agriculture farmers.  CRAFT provides what prospective farmers say they need most: hands-on training and business planning skills provided directly from established farmers.

    For more information about this farmer training program, visit the CSA Learning website External link opens in a new windowor contact the CRAFT/Farm Beginnings Coordinator at:

    CRAFT/Farm Beginnings Coordinator
    1547 Rockton Rd
    Caledonia IL  61011
    (815) 389-8455 or
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    Some of the benefits of attending one of the 48 community colleges in Illinois include: quality instruction and support services, diverse programs, smaller class sizes, accessible and affordable, and more than 10,000 community college courses can be transferred statewide.

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