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    Fish and game wardens enforce the laws that protect fish and wildlife.
  • Casino gaming workers exchange money, monitor activities, or conduct games such as poker or keno.
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    Trash collectors collect garbage and transport it to dumps or landfills.
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    Landscapers and groundskeepers plant and take care of flowers, lawns, shrubs, and trees.
  • Tailors construct, alter, or repair items of clothing.
  • Clothes pressers operate presses to remove wrinkles, flatten seams, and give shape to garments.
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    Gas and oil plant operators control the refining process for crude oil or natural gas.
  • Service station attendants sell fuel and clean windshields. They also provide basic automotive services.
  • Reservation and ticket agents make and confirm reservations and sell travel tickets.
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    Adult and vocational education teachers teach basic education, self-improvement courses, or occupational training skills.
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    Jewelers design, make, and repair rings, necklaces, earrings, and other jewelry.
  • Historians research, analyze, and explain past events and people.
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    General and operations managers oversee the day-to-day activities of a company or organization.
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    General construction workers carry out semi-skilled tasks in many areas of construction.
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    Construction managers schedule and coordinate the work on construction projects.
  • General office clerks perform a variety of duties that help keep offices running.
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    Family and general practitioners help people maintain and improve their health.
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    Power plant operators control the machinery that makes electricity. They also control the flow of power over the lines.
  • Genetic counselors help people answer questions about their genetics. They evaluate family history and medical records, order genetic tests, and evaluate the results.
  • Geographers study physical and cultural characteristics of a given area.
  • Geographic information systems (GIS) specialists use computers to analyze and present information. They often make maps that combine information from many sources.
  • Petroleum engineers plan and supervise the drilling of new oil wells. They also supervise well operation and maintenance.
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    Geologists and geophysicists study the earth's interior and exterior.
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    Geologists and geophysicists study the earth's interior and exterior.
  • Geospatial information scientists and technologists use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and other software. They study how to best use physical space.
  • Geothermal production managers oversee work at geothermal power plants. They maintain and monitor geothermal equipment for efficient and safe plant operations.
  • Geothermal technicians install and repair geothermal heating and cooling systems. They test, calibrate, and maintain geothermal energy systems.
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    Glass blowers create artistic or functional objects from glass.
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    Glaziers install windows and mirrors in homes and other buildings. They may install new glass or repair broken panes.
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    Auto glass installers repair or replace damaged windshields and windows.
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    Glaziers install windows and mirrors in homes and other buildings. They may install new glass or repair broken panes.
  • Child care workers supervise, care for, and teach children in day-care programs.
  • Government benefits interviewers help determine if people qualify for government assistance.
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    Compliance officers and inspectors enforce rules that protect the public.
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    Executives run companies or government agencies. They create plans to help their organizations grow.
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    Elementary school teachers work in public and private schools. They instruct children in grades one through six.
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    Log graders and scalers estimate the market value of logs.
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    Graphic designers create designs using print, electronic, and film media.
  • Farmers and farm managers raise crops and livestock for market.
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    Landscapers and groundskeepers plant and take care of flowers, lawns, shrubs, and trees.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
  • Restaurant hosts greet customers and escort them to tables.
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    Landscapers and groundskeepers plant and take care of flowers, lawns, shrubs, and trees.
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    Corrections officers keep order and enforce rules in jails and prisons.
  • Security guards provide protection to their employers. They protect property from illegal entry, vandalism, theft, and fire.
  • Hotel desk clerks perform a variety of services for hotel guests.
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    School counselors help students learn about career and education choices. They counsel students about personal problems.

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