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Showing 1891-1900/2050 results for Physical Education.
Laundry workers/dry-cleaners clean, wash and care for clothing, curtains and bedding.
Economists analyse financial, labour and trade markets, and predict or explain economic events.
Service station attendants help customers get petrol, gas or oil for their vehicle, and sell motoring accessories and food items.
Gardeners plant and maintain lawns, trees, shrubs and flowers in public or private gardens and parks.
Buyers purchase goods to sell in warehouses, shops or department stores.
Waiters/waitresses serve food and drinks in restaurants, hotels, clubs and other eating places.
Study at every tertiary level from certificate to degree at a wānanga for training grounded in kaupapa Māori me āhuatanga Māori.
Scrum masters use the scrum software development approach to keep IT project teams on track. They also help remove obstacles to progress.
Cabinet makers make and repair fittings and furniture for homes, businesses and boats.
Payroll officers arrange payment of staff salaries and wages.