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Biochemists study the chemical structure and function of animals, plants and micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses. They use this research to develop medical, industrial and agricultural products.
Curators research, develop, exhibit and maintain collections for museums, art galleries and artists.
Biomedical engineers design, build and maintain medical equipment, artificial body parts and computer programs to help treat disabilities, diseases, or injuries.
Dental technicians create and repair devices for the treatment, replacement and protection of damaged, badly positioned or missing teeth.
Tertiary lecturers teach at universities, colleges of education, polytechnics, wānanga and other post-secondary education providers. They also carry out research and do administrative tasks.
Dietitians provide advice and counselling about diet, food and nutrition to individuals and communities. They also design nutrition programmes to support health and wellbeing.
Ship's officers navigate and control the safe operation of a ship and supervise and co-ordinate the activities of deck crew.
Ship's masters are in charge of a ship, its crew and any passengers or cargo it is carrying – on the water and in port. On tugs or pilot boats, ship's masters may guide or assist ships in and out of harbours or through difficult waterways.
Computers are revolutionising the world of work, so it’s important to choose a career that will survive their impact.
Joiners use timber and board products to make fittings such as cabinets, doors, window frames and stairs.