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Flooring installers lay, replace and repair floor coverings such as carpet, linoleum, vinyl and timber.
Dietitians provide advice and counselling about diet, food and nutrition to individuals and communities. They also design nutrition programmes to support health and wellbeing.
A list of regional organisations that can help migrants in New Zealand.
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Quantity surveyors manage finances for construction projects. They calculate budgets based on clients' requirements, and prepare detailed estimates to ensure budgets are sufficient for each stage of construction.
Carpenters work mainly with wood to repair or install foundations, walls, roofs, windows and doors in buildings.
Building contractors run their own businesses and plan, supervise and work on the construction and alteration of buildings.
Building and construction labourers do a wide range of physical work on building sites, roads and other large civil construction projects.
Health promoters work with communities and groups to develop ways to improve people’s health. They also work with government agencies to improve environmental conditions.
Plasterers apply plaster or other materials to buildings. They usually specialise in either interior or exterior plastering.