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Curators research, develop, exhibit and maintain collections for museums, art galleries and artists.
Roadmarkers use machines to apply markings to roads and surfaces such as car parks and sports courts.
Dairy farm assistants help farmers with a variety of tasks, including caring for and milking cows, repairs and maintenance, and other farming activities.
Historians research, write and present information about events and people of the past and present. They may also teach history.
Audiologists and audiometrists study, identify, measure and treat hearing loss and ear disorders. They also provide aids and other listening devices to assist patients with hearing loss.
Myths and legends are a rich and relevant resource that can be utilised in many career development contexts, says Claire Stirling-Hawkins, practice leader and conference presenter.
Anaesthetists give anaesthesia (gas or injections to prevent pain) during surgery and other procedures. They assess patients and resuscitate them if necessary.
Tattoo artists use sterilised skin-piercing equipment and ink or jewellery to decorate people's skin.
Ministers of religion provide leadership, guidance and training for members of a religious group.
Elected government representatives are elected by the people of a specific area to help govern a city, region or country.