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Showing 41-50/550 results for Hard Materials: Boat Builder.
Marine engineers operate, service and repair engines, and mechanical and electronic equipment on ships and boats.
Furniture finishers prepare the final surface of items of furniture and apply stain, lacquer, paint, oil or wax.
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Marine biologists study animals and plants that live in the sea, and how they interact with their surroundings.
Ryan Young started out as a builder but ended up in a different type of hands-on job with the water industry.
Roofers repair or install roofs using materials such as roofing iron, tiles and shingles.
Editors plan, commission, evaluate, select, edit and organise material for publication online or in books, magazines, and newspapers. They may also manage editorial staff.
Architecture, technical design and mapping may be for you if you are interested in: