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Production assistants help production teams organise the making of film, television, radio or stage productions.
Electronics trades workers assemble, install and fix electronic parts and equipment.
Actuaries predict and assess the financial risks and impacts of future events. They work in areas such as insurance, superannuation and investment.
Shearers cut the wool from sheep with clippers.
Florists sell plants and fresh flowers and use them to design and create floral arrangements.
Sewing machinists stitch together clothing, canvas for tents and awnings, and soft furnishings.
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.
Tour guides escort people on sightseeing, educational or other tours, and describe points of interest.
Pathologists are doctors who diagnose and study human diseases and conditions. They diagnose health problems by testing tissue and fluid samples taken from patients.
Hotel/motel managers plan, organise and control the operation of a hotel, motel or hostel, including management of staff.