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Wool classers sort wool into categories. They ensure wool is clean, identified and documented for sale.
Forestry scientists research forest growth, wood processing, conservation and different types of trees, and how these can be used.
Chemical engineers design, develop and operate equipment and processes used to manufacture chemicals and products.
Chemists study the make-up and behaviour of chemicals, and may use their findings to develop new products and processes.
Agricultural/horticultural field representatives sell products such as farm equipment, and advise clients on crop and livestock management.
Biotechnologists use their knowledge of living things to develop new animal or plant products such as medicines and pest-resistant crops.
Your tourism skills can be transferred to other jobs and industries. Here’s how.
Beekeepers look after beehives in apiaries that produce honey, wax, pollen and other bee products. They may also offer pollination services to horticultural and seed crop producers.
Saw doctors set and adjust sawmill saws and repair, grind and sharpen hand, band and circular saws.
Forestry and logging workers plant, maintain, measure, cut and clear trees from forests.