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Farmers/farm managers manage and work on farms. Farmers own or lease the land, while farm managers operate farms for farm owners.
Office managers are responsible for a range of tasks that make an office run smoothly, including administrative duties, staff supervision and financial work.
Community development workers support people to develop and implement plans to make improvements in their community.
Mortgage brokers offer financial advice to people wanting to buy a house or property and help them apply for a home loan.
Elected government representatives are elected by the people of a specific area to help govern a city, region or country.
Find out about what schools around the country are doing to engage their parents, whānau and community.
Orchard farmers/managers plan and manage fruit and nut production in orchards.
Community karitāne offer support to families with children under the age of five, and provide information on parenting issues such as breastfeeding, infant nutrition, sleeping and child behaviour.
Production managers organise and control the production process in a factory. They ensure that products are made to the right specifications and are ready on time and within budget.
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