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Building surveyors inspect plans and building constructions to see if buildings are, or will be, built correctly. They may also issue certificates, write reports and help owners and potential buyers with construction problems and solutions.
View pay ranges for jobs and find out how qualifications can affect what you earn.
Fire engineers plan and design safety features that detect, control or reduce fire and smoke in buildings and structures. They also analyse how fire behaves and how safety features perform in fire.
Statisticians design studies and surveys, and collect, analyse, interpret and present numerical information to assist in decision-making.
Police officers work to prevent and solve crime, keep the peace, and respond to criminal activities and emergencies.
Intelligence officers collect and analyse information on people, places and events that may be a threat to businesses or national and international security.
Case managers work with individuals and families to help them overcome hardship, and access social services and support.
Motor vehicle salespeople sell new or used cars, trucks, and other vehicles.
Find out how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected jobs in New Zealand, and where the opportunities are now.
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.