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Project managers manage the planning, resourcing, scheduling and administration of projects to deliver them on time and within budget.
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.
Support workers help people with health problems or disabilities to carry out daily tasks, such as housework, and be as independent as possible.
Health promoters work with communities and groups to develop ways to improve people’s health. They also work with government agencies to improve environmental conditions.
Strong relationships with business communities, the tertiary education sector and other community organisations can help schools provide great careers education for students. Find out how to build these relationships.
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