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Geologists study Earth processes, such as earthquakes, floods and volcanic eruptions, to predict future events. They also advise on natural hazards and how to develop or use the Earth's land and resources.
Agricultural/horticultural field representatives sell products such as farm equipment, and advise clients on crop and livestock management.
Horse trainers train horses for racing, and are responsible for their care at a stable or race track.
Forestry scientists research forest growth, wood processing, conservation and different types of trees, and how these can be used.
Beekeepers look after beehives in apiaries that produce honey, wax, pollen and other bee products. They may also offer pollination services to horticultural and seed crop producers.
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Wool classers sort wool into categories. They ensure wool is clean, identified and documented for sale.
Saw doctors set and adjust sawmill saws and repair, grind and sharpen hand, band and circular saws.
Auditors examine and report on the financial records and systems of organisations to ensure they are accurate.
Animal care attendants care for, and clean up after animals in places like kennels, pet shops and animal shelters.