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Showing 1821-1830/1947 results for Industrial Designer.
Valuers assess the value of real estate or personal property such as art and jewellery, for sales, rentals, mortgages, insurance or rates.
Medical laboratory scientists carry out laboratory tests on blood, tissues and other samples taken from patients.
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Management consultants work with organisations to solve problems and recommend improvements to strengthen business performance.
Drillers assemble, position, and operate drilling rigs and related equipment to extract ores, liquids, and gases from the earth.
Optometrists examine clients' eyes to diagnose and provide solutions for vision problems. They also diagnose, monitor and manage eye diseases such as cataracts.
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Roadmarkers use machines to apply markings to roads and surfaces such as car parks and sports courts.
Contact centre workers answer enquiries and provide or organise help for those who contact them. They may also deal with customer complaints, or sell goods or services.
Building insulators install or apply special material to buildings or equipment to prevent or reduce heat, cold, air, sound or moisture loss.