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Biochemists study the chemical structure and function of animals, plants and micro-organisms such as bacteria and viruses. They use this research to develop medical, industrial and agricultural products.
Metal workers make patterns and moulds for metal castings, heat and hammer metal into shape, and repair metal parts and equipment.
Deckhands may take care of passengers and assist in the operation of vessels such as harbour ferries and charter boats, or cast and haul in nets, lines or pots, and process fish on inshore or deep-sea fishing vessels.
Earthmoving machine operators use digging machines (such as bulldozers, graders or hydraulic excavators) to remove, shape or level earth, rock and rubble.
Buyers purchase goods to sell in warehouses, shops or department stores.
Cafe/restaurant managers are in charge of running cafes, restaurants and fast food outlets. They may also run catering businesses.
Cardiac physiologists use a variety of technical equipment to monitor, record, measure and analyse the way patients' hearts are working to help doctors diagnose and treat patients with heart disease.
Carpet cleaners reduce or remove stains and dirt from carpets, mats, rugs, floors and furnishings.
Farm workers help farmers with a variety of tasks, including raising and caring for livestock, repairs and maintenance, tractor work, and other farming activities.
Chemical production operators perform a variety of tasks involved in producing toiletries or pharmaceutical products such as ointments, creams, aerosols, tablets, capsules, bandages and vaccines.