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Clinical physiologists use technical equipment to monitor, record, measure and analyse the way patients' organs or internal systems are working, to help doctors diagnose and treat patients.
Urban/regional planners develop and administer plans for physical, environmental, social and economic development of urban and rural areas.
Meteorologists study the atmosphere to understand and predict weather and climate.
Mine and quarry managers supervise mine and quarry workers, do safety checks and plan activities in mines and quarries.
Musicians write, arrange, conduct, and perform musical compositions.
Foreign policy officers represent New Zealand's interests overseas and provide policy advice to the Government on foreign affairs and trade issues.
Firefighters control and put out fires, help rescue people and animals, and educate the public about fire safety and fire prevention.
Geophysicists use data-collecting technology to study natural processes of the Earth, such as earthquake and volcanic activity, and to locate minerals, oil and gas, or groundwater.
Navy sailors defend their country, keep the peace, patrol borders and provide disaster relief.
Viticulturists grow and harvest grapes from grapevines, and manage vineyards.