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Groundspeople are in charge of the turf (grass), tracks and pitches at sports fields, golf courses, public areas, schools and racecourses.
Biosecurity officers check areas of land for harmful animals or plants and arrange for, or help with, pest destruction and control.
Forestry scientists research forest growth, wood processing, conservation and different types of trees, and how these can be used.
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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.
Rangers protect, enhance and maintain conservation and recreation areas such as regional and national parks, forests, wetlands, reserves, and sites of cultural importance.
Careers are determined by an interaction between our personality and the environment in John Holland's Theory of Career Choice. We want jobs with people like us.
Shearers cut the wool from sheep with clippers.