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620b · Aboriginal Child Development Practitioner

An aboriginal child development practitioner plans and supervises activities for young children to encourage them in intellectual, physical, and emotional growth. They create activities that help children learn about local cultures, interests, and values. […]Read More…

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640d · Agricultural – Dairy Herdsperson

Dairy herdspeople make sure their dairy cows stay healthy and productive by planning, breeding, feeding, milking, preparing feed mixtures, and medicating animals. They operate and maintain farm machinery that sterilizes milking equipment, and clean farm buildings. Some herdspeople also cultivate and harvest feed crops. […]Read More…

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640f · Agricultural – Fruit Grower

A fruit grower is responsible for the planting, cultivating, propagating, spraying, irrigating, transplanting, pruning, and harvesting of all types of fruit. They may also operate farm equipment to complete these tasks in the fields. […]Read More…

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640s · Agricultural – Swine Herdsperson

Swine herdspeople work on hog farms. Their work includes breeding, weaning, feeding, and medicating the animals. They also clean and sterilize pens and buildings, maintain farm machinery, and cultivate feed crops. […]Read More…

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425a · Agricultural Equipment Technician

Agricultural equipment technicians specialize in repairing and maintaining farm machinery such as tractors, combines, balers, seeders, and mowers. Agricultural equipment varies, so this trade can overlap with welding, refrigeration, auto mechanics, and heavy duty equipment maintenance. Technicians must make sure the equipment they work on meets safety and quality standards. […]Read More…

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310e · Alignment and Brakes Technician

Alignment and brakes technicians make sure vehicles stop, start, and turn safely. They diagnose and correct problems in wheels, steering mechanisms, electronic controls, and brake systems in cars and trucks. They often work with computers to diagnose problems. […]Read More…

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445a · Appliance Service Technician

Appliance service technicians repair and maintain washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators, dishwashers, microwave ovens, room air conditioners, vacuum systems, and other appliances. They consult with customers about problems, test appliances, service and repair mechanical or electrical systems, and write cost estimates. They may work with hand tools, electronic diagnostic equipment, and soldering and brazing equipment. […]Read More…

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444a · Arborist

Arborists take care of trees by pruning limbs, spraying pesticides, and diagnosing pests and disease. Their other tasks include irrigation, planting, and soil preparation. They sometimes use dangerous equipment, such as chainsaws, and the job may take them high into the treetops. […]Read More…

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424a · Architectural Glass and Metal Technician

Architectural glass and metal technicians can fill a room with a view. They cut, fit, and install glass in wooden and metal frames. They may work with glass doors, windows, mirrors, storefronts, aquariums, display cases, skylights, and glass building exteriors. […]Read More…

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415b · Assistant Cook

Assistant cooks can prepare complete breakfasts, short-order grills, sandwiches, salads, desserts, vegetables, and non-alcoholic beverages. They can also carve meat, poultry, fish, and game. Cooks are trained in food safety, sanitation, and food storage. […]Read More…

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310b · Auto Body and Collision Damage Repairer

Auto body and collision damage repairers combine technical skills with customer service. They review damages and provide customers with estimates. They also perform many of the repairs and replacements themselves, whether it’s the body, underbody, doors, or door frames of the vehicles that require fixing. […]Read More…

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310q · Auto Body Repairer

Auto body repairers keep vehicles looking great and on the road. They repair and restore damaged body parts and interior finishing. This work includes hammering out dents, filling in holes and seams, and painting damaged body parts. […]Read More…

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310k · Automotive Electronic Accessory Technician

Automotive electronic accessory technicians specialize in the electrical and electronic components of cars, buses, and trucks, including stereo and air conditioning systems. Their tasks include inspecting, diagnosing, repairing and servicing these vehicles. […]Read More…

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274l · Automotive Glass Technician

Automotive glass technicians repair and service all types of glass in motor vehicles and associated equipment. Automotive glass, especially the windshield, is specially designed not to shatter or break into large pointed pieces during a collision. Automotive glass technicians are trained to install and remove this glass correctly. […]Read More…

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410n · Automotive Painter

Automotive painters restore the painted surfaces of motor vehicles that have been damaged by accidents, rust, or simple wear and tear. This work involves sanding, spot fills, priming, finishing, and painting. […]Read More…

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310s · Automotive Service Technician

Automotive service technicians maintain and repair automobiles and light trucks. The mechanical and electrical systems they work with include the engine, steering, tires, brakes, fuel, suspension, transmission, electrical, climate control, and exhaust and emission control. Some mechanics specialize in one or more of these systems. […]Read More…

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423a · Baker

Bakers produce foods ranging from bread and cakes to pies and pastries. This trade requires artistic ability, physical labour, and the ability to operate industrial machinery. Senior bakers organize production schedules, purchase supplies, promote goods, and supervise staff. […]Read More…

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423c · Baker-Patissier

Baker-patissiers bring beauty to baked goods. They bake and decorate cakes, pastries, and confectionery. They also work with icings, fillings, and creams. Patissiers’ work can include arranging store displays, keeping inventory, and business and marketing. […]Read More…

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615a · Bearings Mechanic

Bearings mechanics maintain industrial machine components. They disassemble, inspect, repair, replace, and clean bearings, seals, and shocks. They also set up and operate lathes, drills, grinders, saws, and hydraulic presses. […]Read More…

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600p · Blacksmith

Blacksmiths forge, weld, rivet, and repair metal parts. Their work is used in farm machinery and industrial and domestic equipment. They also forge custom pieces, such as ornamental railings, gates, furniture, and horseshoes. […]Read More…

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401a · Brick and Stone Mason

Brick and stone masons construct and repair structures. They may work on walls, arches, paving, floors, fireplaces, chimneys, and smokestacks. Masons can specialize in high-temperature materials, such as fire brick, which are used for industrial furnaces, retorts, and boilers. […]Read More…

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438a · Cabinetmaker

Cabinetmakers work with wood and other materials to make furniture, cabinetry, architectural millwork, and decorative items. They use traditional hand tools such as chisels and mallets, as well as modern electronic and even computerized woodworking equipment. Cabinetmakers must learn how to properly set up and operate woodworking machines, read blueprints, match materials for colour, grain,… […]Read More…

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244g · Cement (Concrete) Finisher

Cement (concrete) finishers use concrete to make floors, walls, ceilings, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, and other concrete constructions. They may use trowels, floats, and other hand tools, or use machinery such as generators, air compressors, and power vibrators. Cement finishers also sack, chip, rub, grind, and cure finished concrete work. Some restore and repair existing concrete… […]Read More…

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415c · Chef

Chefs are responsible for the preparation and presentation of food in restaurants, hotels, and other businesses. They are more highly trained than regular cooks and their duties include not just cooking but also budgeting, purchasing supplies, hiring staff, and generally making sure that things run smoothly in the kitchen. […]Read More…

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620a · Child and Youth Worker

Child and youth workers help young people with various challenges. They help children and youth who have learning, social, emotional, or behavioural issues. They can work in residential, institutional, or community-based settings. They often work in schools and hospitals as well. […]Read More…

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620c · Child Development Practitioner

Child development practitioners plan activities for preschool and school-age children that stimulate their intellectual, physical, and emotional growth. They may care for infants and toddlers or develop and supervise daily activities for older children. They lead children in activities such as reading stories, singing, playing instruments, doing crafts, and other creative games. They must also… […]Read More…

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267g · Composite Structures Technician

Composite structures technicians build, repair, and replace aircraft structural components. This includes fabricating panels, repairing sheet metal, and removing damaged metal structures. They bond metal structures together and finish them. They must be able to interpret technical aerospace data. […]Read More…

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670c · Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Programmer

Computer numerical control (CNC) programmers work in machine shops for motor vehicle parts manufacturers, machinery and equipment manufacturers, and primary steel producers. They program the CNC machinery that is used to make complicated, identical parts that will be used in other production processes. For example, CNC machinery is used to manufacture the dies and moulds… […]Read More…

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637c · Concrete Pump Operator

A concrete pump transfers liquid concrete around construction sites. The operator is responsible for driving the concrete pumps to the site and setting up the pumps, as well as working with the placing crew to safely pump the concrete to the desired spot on the job site. […]Read More…

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428a · Construction Boilermaker

Construction boilermakers assemble and repair mammoth boilers, blast furnaces, pressure vessels, and power generating storage tanks. The size of these tanks means that they often work at great heights. Construction boilermakers work with hand and power tools. They often work in cramped, noisy conditions and can be exposed to chemical vapours. […]Read More…

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450a · Construction Craft Worker

Construction craft workers prepare, excavate, backfill, compact, and clean up a work site. They also handle construction materials and ship and receive parts. […]Read More…

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426a · Construction Millwright

Construction millwrights keep industrial machinery running smoothly. They dismantle, move, install, adjust, and maintain power shafting, pulleys, conveyors, and hoists. Millwrights often work from plans and blueprints. They must make sure equipment meets safety and quality standards. They sometimes use grinders and lathes to make customized parts. […]Read More…

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415a · Cook

Learn skills that will allow you to prepare any type of food. […]Read More…

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620d · Developmental Services Worker

Developmental services workers provide care and support to children and adults with disabilities. They may help their clients develop life skills such as housekeeping, social interaction, job preparation, and personal hygiene. They often work with people who have intellectual disabilities, which means the clients have an impaired ability to learn. […]Read More…

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670d · Die Designer

A die designer is a highly skilled craftsperson who creates dies for stamping, forming, or forging presses. Tool and die makers use equipment such as lathes, drill presses, and milling machines to produce precision metal parts (tools, dies, and moulds). They must be knowledgeable about mechanics, metallurgy, mathematics, precision measurement, and blueprints. […]Read More…

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614a · Draftsperson – Mechanical

Mechanical draftspeople draw plans for industrial machines, machine parts, engines, tools, and other mechanical equipment. They develop and prepare engineering drawings from preliminary concepts, sketches, calculations, specification sheets, and other data. They use computer-aided design and graphics drafting stations to complete their plans. […]Read More…

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614b · Draftsperson – Plastic Mould Design

Plastic mould design draftspeople draw plans for templates and patterns, plastic moulds, and tooling for mould-making and modifications. They develop and prepare engineering drawings from preliminary concepts, sketches, calculations, specification sheets, and other data. They use computer-aided design and graphics drafting stations to complete their plans. […]Read More…

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614c · Draftsperson – Tool and Die Design

Tool and die design draftspeople draw plans for templates, patterns, and components for tooling, dies, and other equipment. They develop and prepare engineering drawings from preliminary concepts, sketches, calculations, specification sheets, and other data. They use computer-aided design and graphics drafting stations to complete their plans. […]Read More…

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451a · Drywall Acoustic and Lathing Applicator

Drywall acoustic and lathing applicators help shape the inside of a building. The materials they use include exterior metal framing and sheeting, moulding, furring, and lathing products, wall and ceiling panels, and interior window or door frames. They also work with thermal, fire, sound, and vapour insulation and sealants. […]Read More…

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453a · Drywall Finisher and Plasterer

Drywall finisher and plasterers install exterior metal framing and sheeting, mouldings, furring, and lathing products, and thermal, fire, sound, and vapour barrier insulation and sealants. They also install moulded and cast forms, acoustical wall and ceiling panels, and interior window and door frames. […]Read More…

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620e · Educational Assistant

Educational assistants help primary educators by working with students with special needs and implementing the education plan. They apply intervention strategies, create a climate for learning, assist with life skills development, and supervise the students’ use of specialized equipment. […]Read More…

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446a · Electric Motor System Technician

Electric motor system technicians work on electric motors, generators, transformers, controllers, and other electric equipment used in commercial, industrial, and institutional establishments. They test and disassemble the equipment, repair or replace defective and worn components, and then reassemble and retest the equipment to make sure it meets specifications. […]Read More…

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617a · Electrical Control (Machine) Builder

Electrical control (machine) builders build the electrical portions of machine tools. They install electrical devices and enclose them in protective tubing. They must work from electrical schematics before preparing and organizing all the necessary wiring. […]Read More…

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309a · Electrician – Construction and Maintenance

Construction and maintenance electricians install, repair, test, and service electrical and electronic systems. They ensure that all electrical connections are safe and meet the electrical code. These electricians work on residential, commercial, and industrial construction sites, installing wiring and electrical equipment in buildings before the walls are put into place. […]Read More…

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309c · Electrician – Domestic and Rural

Domestic and rural electricians install, repair, test, and service electrical and electronic systems in residential and commercial buildings. They ensure that all electrical connections are safe and meet the electrical code. Electricians install wiring and electrical equipment in buildings before the walls are put into place. […]Read More…

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416e · Electronic Service Technician

Electronic service technicians work with radio, radar and telecommunications, telemetering, data processing equipment, sound-reproducing equipment, ultrasonic, and computerized equipment. They install, maintain, modify, inspect, test, and repair these systems. They use special electronic instruments and hand tools and consult equipment manuals to diagnose and fix problems. […]Read More…

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636e · Elevating Devices Mechanic

Elevating devices mechanics inspect, install, service, maintain, repair, and modernize elevating devices. They can work on new construction and installation projects, as well as service and maintain existing elevators and devices. […]Read More…

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269e · Entertainment Industry Power Technician

Entertainment industry power technicians make sure big events have the proper sound and lighting. They organize, install, and supervise temporary power distribution systems for use in the entertainment industry. Their skills may be needed on film or television sets, during live performances or concerts, or during trade shows and other special events. […]Read More…

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455a · Exterior Insulated Finish Systems Mechanic

Exterior insulated finish systems (EIFS) mechanics, also known as stucco workers, install building systems that combine a resinous exterior cladding with a continuous layer of insulation on a building’s walls. They may be responsible for reading instructions and manuals, applying adhesives to walls, preparing and installing insulation board, and applying reinforcing mesh or other coatings… […]Read More…

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255w · Facilities Mechanic

Facilities mechanics keep buildings safe and comfortable. This includes inspecting and maintaining fire safety equipment, building envelope, electrical, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, and water treatment systems. They also perform ground maintenance. […]Read More…

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255b · Facilities Technician

Facilities technicians monitor the safety and comfort of buildings. They operate, diagnose, and maintain air conditioning, ventilation, chiller and refrigeration, water treatment, heating, pumping, low-pressure, boiler, and control systems. Some also operate electrical, plumbing, and emergency systems. […]Read More…

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448a · Floor Covering Installer

Floor covering installers install, repair, and service carpets, rugs, and other materials such as linoleum, vinyl, plastic, rubber, wood, cork, and seamless plastic. An installer first inspects, measures, and cleans the floor surfaces. Irregularities on wood subfloors may be sanded down and holes filled in. The lines and patterns to be followed are marked and… […]Read More…

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310c · Fuel and Electrical Systems Technician

Fuel and electrical systems technicians keep engines tuned up. They repair and adjust fuel systems on motor vehicles. They also install and maintain electrical equipment and air-conditioning systems. […]Read More…

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606g · Gemsetter/Goldsmith

Gemsetters and goldsmiths create and repair precious and semi-precious jewellery and gemstone work. This can include testing, rolling, drawing, and forming metals. They also design and set gems. […]Read More…

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403a · General Carpenter

Carpenters assemble and erect wood and metal frame construction, as well as falsework and forms for concrete. They may also install interior and exterior finishing metals. Other skills include layout, rigging and signalling, cutting and welding, and erecting and dismantling scaffolding. Carpenters must be able to read project instructions and conform to specifications and local… […]Read More…

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429a · General Machinist

Machinists set up and operate machine tools like lathes, milling machines, precision measuring tools, and power tools. They learn how to interpret blueprints, understand the properties of metal, and make very precise parts. Most machinists work in manufacturing plants or machine shops. […]Read More…

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332a · Hairstylist

Hairstylists offer their clients shampooing, conditioning, cutting, styling, and setting services. They may also do chemical treatments on hair such as colouring and perming. Hairstylists are usually very social and spend a lot of time on their feet. Many hairstylists also groom wigs and offer other beauty treatments. […]Read More…

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606w · Hardware, Lumber, and Bulding Materials Retailer

Hardware, lumber, and building materials retailers are knowledgeable about their products and help customers choose the best materials for their building projects. They may check materials to make sure they are safely stored, and they must use caution when retrieving these materials for customers. Retailers must have strong communication, measurement, and math skills. […]Read More…

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253h · Hazardous Materials Worker

Hazardous materials workers identify and safely remove any dangerous materials from a site. These materials sometimes include asbestos, radioactive and nuclear waste, arsenic, lead, mercury, or other dangerous substances. Workers may have to stay calm and work quickly when responding to emergency situations where hazardous substances are endangering other people. […]Read More…

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253a · Heat and Frost Insulator

Heat and frost insulators prevent or reduce the transmission of heat, cold, sound, and fire in buildings. They apply insulating materials to plumbing, heating, cooling, and refrigeration systems, piping equipment, pressure vessels, and the interior surfaces of buildings. […]Read More…

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421a · Heavy Duty Equipment Technician

Heavy duty equipment technicians work with a variety of heavy duty equipment and vehicles, including cranes, graders, tractors, paving equipment, off-road haulers, and earthmovers. They must be able to identify and repair problems in structural, mechanical, or hydraulic systems according to specifications. They follow written instructions and blueprints, test repaired equipment, clean and lubricate vehicle… […]Read More…

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636c · Heavy Equipment Operator – Dozer

Heavy equipment operators who work with dozers install attachments, perform inspections and general preventative maintenance on equipment, and transport, load, and unload equipment. Dozer operators must sometimes read and interpret related government legislation, site plans, and manufacturers’ manuals. […]Read More…

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636b · Heavy Equipment Operator – Excavator

Heavy equipment operators who work with excavators install attachments, perform inspections and general preventative maintenance on equipment, and transport, load, and unload equipment. Excavator operators must sometimes read and interpret related government legislation, site plans, and manufacturers’ manuals. […]Read More…

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636a · Heavy Equipment Operator – Tractor Loader Backhoe

Heavy equipment operators who work with tractor loader backhoes install attachments, perform inspections and general preventative maintenance on equipment, and transport, load, and unload equipment. These operators must sometimes read and interpret related government legislation, site plans, and manufacturers’ manuals. […]Read More…

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339a · Hoisting Engineer – Mobile Crane Operator 1

Mobile crane operators operate machines designed to lift and move extremely heavy or awkward objects such as machinery, cargo, or construction supplies. Mobile cranes are smaller than tower cranes and have wheels for easy mobility. Operators drive the crane to sites, position it properly, block and stabilize it if necessary, and perform lifts safely. […]Read More…

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339c · Hoisting Engineer – Mobile Crane Operator 2

Mobile crane operators operate machines designed to lift and move extremely heavy or awkward objects such as machinery, cargo, or construction supplies. Mobile cranes are smaller than tower cranes and have wheels for easy mobility. Operators drive the crane to sites, position it properly, block and stabilize it if necessary, and perform lifts safely. […]Read More…

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339b · Hoisting Engineer – Tower Crane Operator

Tower crane operators maintain and operate tower cranes. Tower cranes are used to move machinery, materials, and other large objects at construction sites and industrial yards. Operators manipulate several pedals and levers to rotate the crane and raise and lower its boom and loadlines. […]Read More…

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600h · Horse Groom

Horse grooms care for horses. This includes handling, controlling, grooming, tacking, feeding, and maintaining horses’ health. They also clean and maintain stalls, tools, equipment, and stable facilities. […]Read More…

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219d · Horse Harness Maker

Horse harness makers identify and select quality leathers to cut and stitch to the scale and size of harness parts, diagnose worn and defective harness parts and components, and create a template to modify or replace missing or damaged components. Harness makers also black and slick leathers and complete all finishing techniques for their products. […]Read More…

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441c · Horticultural Technician

Horticultural technicians may grow and sell crops and related materials in nurseries and greenhouses. They also landscape, operate greenhouses, nurseries, and garden centres, and move trees. Their knowledge includes irrigation methods and soil and pest management. Sometimes technicians use dangerous equipment, such as chainsaws or chippers. […]Read More…

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277z · Hydraulic / Pneumatic Mechanic

Hydraulic / pneumatic mechanics repair, maintain, and adjust hydraulic units such as hoists, rams, jacks, lifting units, and pumps. These mechanics can work outdoors, in repair shops, in plants, and in other buildings. They maintain air compressors and pneumatic tools such as blow guns, air staplers, spray guns, sandblasters, and air drills. […]Read More…

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442a · Industrial Electrician

Industrial electricians plan, assemble, install, repair, and maintain electrical equipment used in commercial and industrial buildings. They work with large electrical motors and massive power supplies, and they must check that electrical connections are safe and meet the electrical code. They spend much of the day standing on their feet and working at heights or… […]Read More…

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433a · Industrial Mechanic Millwright

Industrial mechanic millwrights keep industrial machinery running smoothly. They dismantle, move, install, adjust, and maintain power shafting, pulleys, conveyors, and hoists. Millwrights often work from plans and blueprints. They must make sure that equipment meets safety and quality standards. They sometimes use grinders and lathes to make customized parts. […]Read More…

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634e · Information Technology – Contact Centre Customer Service Agent

Information Technology (IT) customer service agents provide customer service over the telephone or email for activities ranging from sales to technical troubleshooting. Agents access the information provided to aid customers with their concerns, negotiate issues, and resolve any other problems they may have. […]Read More…

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634d · Information Technology – Contact Centre Sales Agent

Information Technology (IT) contact centre sales agents effectively use sales techniques and customer service skills to maintain the sales environment at a contact centre. Agents prepare and complete required documentation, and set up and configure microcomputer systems and components. […]Read More…

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634a · Information Technology – Contact Centre Technical Support Agent

Information Technology (IT) contact centre technical support agents answer technical questions from clients. They set up help desks, which support clients in their use of a wide variety of software applications at an advanced level. […]Read More…

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634b · Information Technology – Hardware Technician

Information Technology (IT) hardware technicians help computer users set up programs and use computer applications and operating systems software. They also install operating systems and application software. […]Read More…

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634c · Information Technology – Network Technician

Information Technology (IT) network technicians help computer users network. They help people use computer applications and operating systems software. They also install, configure, and maintain client workstations and network servers connected by a local area network. […]Read More…

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415d · Institutional Cook

Institutional cooks prepare large quantities of high-quality food by following a budget. They may work in institutions such as retirement homes, hospitals, schools, and correctional facilities. Depending on where these cooks work, they may need to know how to prepare foods for special diets or religious restrictions or how to organize their kitchen to provide… […]Read More…

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447a · Instrumentation and Control Technician

Instrumentation and control technicians install, maintain, program, test, and repair the instruments that monitor and control processes. For example, they may observe the indicators that monitor temperature and chemical reactions in processing plants, the sensors in burglar and fire alarms, or the control loops and computers used in manufacturing. They must make sure that the… […]Read More…

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420b · Ironworker – Generalist

Ironworkers reinforce buildings, highways, bridges, and other large structures with steel supports. They also reinforce concrete with metal bars or wire material for construction. Some ironworkers do fabrication work in factories, while others work outdoors on construction sites. They can be involved in manufacturing, construction, demolition, salvaging, and maintenance work. […]Read More…

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420a · Ironworker – Structural and Ornamental

Structural and ornamental ironworkers make and install metalwork such as curtain walls, iron gates and doors, stairways, and railings in buildings. Ironworkers must be able to read instructions and construction plans. They may inspect metalwork for deterioration and maintain it by aligning and welding new bolts or other metal pieces into place. […]Read More…

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207s · Light Rail Overhead Contact Systems Linesperson

Light rail overhead contact systems linepeople build and maintain lighting systems, electrical track switch systems, contact conduct systems, and aerial feeder systems. These linespeople test and repair conductors, switches, transducers, air compressors, track gauges, hydraulic presses, voltmeters, ammeters, puller-tensioner machines, and hoisting equipment within the light rail system. […]Read More…

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259l · Locksmith

Locksmiths repair, service, and install all types of keys, locks, and mechanical or electrical access control systems. Locksmiths may travel to different sites, such as banks, to install locks and security systems. They may also build hardware in accordance with government regulations. […]Read More…

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430m · Machine Tool Builder and Integrator

Machine tool builder and integrators work with automated machine-tool systems that are used in all sectors of manufacturing. They build and integrate parts, components, and systems for both stand-alone machine tools and multi-station automated machine-tool systems. They work in assembly, processing, and fabricating plants. […]Read More…

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435b · Marine Engine Technician

Marine engine technicians repair small boats. They are skilled at repairing, replacing, and maintaining outboard motors, stern drives, marine equipment, and motors for recreational vehicle pumps and generators. They must make sure that the repaired engines follow the manufacturer’s safety codes. […]Read More…

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437a · Metal Fabricator (Fitter)

Metal fabricators or fitters cut, shape, and assemble steel. Their products can be used in buildings, bridges, tanks, boilers, and pressure vessels. Metal fabricators make patterns and templates to ensure their work is precise. Some work in manufacturing plants, while others work outside on construction sites. […]Read More…

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630a · Micro Electronics Manufacturer

Micro electronics manufacturers use big machines to make tiny components. They operate and monitor the machinery that produces micro-electronic products, so they should be comfortable operating robotics and automation equipment. […]Read More…

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410k · Motive Power Machinist

Motive power machinists operate precision metal cutting and grinding machines to make engine parts and other automotive vehicle parts. They may use lathes, milling machines, drills, shapers, boring mills, and grinders to install, adjust, repair, or replace a variety of vehicle parts. […]Read More…

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310g · Motorcycle Technician

Motorcycle technicians diagnose, repair, overhaul, and replace the mechanical and electrical parts of motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). Their work involves adjusting, repairing, or replacing these parts using hand tools and soldering and brazing equipment. They also test and adjust repaired systems for proper performance. Increasingly, they work with electronic components and diagnostic equipment. […]Read More…

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670e · Mould Designer

Mould designers plan out the moulds that are used to shape plastic and other materials. They decide which type of mould should be used for a process, and then design the layout of the mould components. They then finalize the drawings of the mould design that will be used in manufacturing facilities to produce precisely… […]Read More…

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431a · Mould Maker

Fabricate moulds by hand or machine. Finish the mould surfaces, fit together mould blocks. […]Read More…

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277m · Mould or Die Finisher

Mould or die finishers use a variety of power and hand tools to shape, smooth, finish, and polish moulds or metal working dies. They use math skills to calculate and measure these pieces, and they must be able to read instructions and interpret blueprints. They inspect finished products to make sure the pieces have been… […]Read More…

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296b · Native Clothing and Crafts Artisan

Native clothing and crafts artisans keep traditional themes alive in their artwork, which can be demonstrated in many forms. Some of their skills may include mukluk and moccasin making, quill work art, moose and caribou hair tufting and sculpting, fishscale art, birch bark baskets, and North American bead work. Other artisans may specialize in making… […]Read More…

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296a · Native Residential Construction Worker

The Native Residential Construction Worker apprenticeship program has been designed to train First Nations workers in all aspects of home construction, including carpentry, electrical, and plumbing. Upon completion of the program, these journeypersons are ideally trained for construction in Native residential settings. […]Read More…

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631a · Network Cabling Specialist

Network cabling specialists install and maintain low-voltage, wired systems. These systems typically transmit voice, video, and data. This service helps communication in industrial, commercial, institutional, and office environments. […]Read More…

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225a · Optics Technician (Lens and Prism Maker)

Optics technicians cut lenses or optics that are used for cameras, projectors, eye wear, microscopes, telescopes, aerospace, domestic appliances, and binoculars. They must work precisely to meet detailed specifications, and they are experts on how light and lenses work. […]Read More…

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609c · Packaging Machine Mechanic

Packaging machine mechanics repair, maintain, and monitor packaging line equipment so that products get sent out on time. They read instructions for the product, install the proper equipment for the packaging line, and troubleshoot issues that arise while monitoring the process. Mechanics may also be responsible for cleaning and lubricating machine parts and adjusting conveyor… […]Read More…

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404c · Painter and Decorator – Commercial and Residential

Commercial and residential painters and decorators make buildings beautiful. They apply wall coverings, paint, and other finishes to the interior and exterior surfaces of buildings. They also assemble scaffolds to work on ceilings or other high places. […]Read More…

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404d · Painter and Decorator – Industrial

Industrial painters work on industrial structures like factories, bridges, and storage tanks. They prepare surfaces before painting. They also assemble scaffolds, cradles, ladders, and other structures to reach high or awkward places. […]Read More…

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240p · Parts Technician

Parts technicians move automotive, commercial transport, heavy duty, or marine goods from manufacturers to consumers. Their responsibilities include the ordering, warehousing, inventory control, and sales of parts. Some technicians work in retail hardware stores, selling parts for many different vehicle models or makes. Others work with dealerships, selling officially produced parts for only one make… […]Read More…

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443a · Pattern Maker

Pattern makers create plans for assembling full-scale industrial products in factories for shipbuilding, automotive manufacturers, and parts manufacturers. They divide patterns into sections, mark materials for machining, form parts, and assemble parts. They work closely with engineering or drafting departments, as well as the production area. […]Read More…

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306a · Plumber

Plumbers install, alter, and repair residential or industrial plumbing systems. They measure, cut, shape, and join pipes according to project specifications. They must also prevent and repair leaks. Plumbers work with many different pipe materials such as iron, steel, lead, copper, plastic, glass, or cement. Some plumbers specialize in self-contained systems, such as septic tanks. […]Read More…

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237t · Pool, Hot Tub, and Spa – Installer

Pool, hot tub and spa installers use power hand tools and other equipment to install the pool walls, liners, bottom finish and re-circulating systems in pools and hot tubs. They may also build a deck around the pool. Installers must be able to interpret blueprints and technical drawings, be aware of building and zoning codes,… […]Read More…

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237s · Pool, Hot Tub, and Spa – Service Technician

Pool, hot tub and spa service technicians repair and maintain the heating, circulating, filtering and electrical systems in pools and hot tubs. They must be able to read work orders and manufacturers’ specifications, inspect and test components in pools and hot tubs, communicate with customers, and make sure the pool equipment is safe to use. […]Read More…

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282e · Powered Lift Truck Technician

Powered lift truck technicians maintain powered lift trucks, stackers, carriers, and other power equipment. This work includes diagnosing, repairing, modifying, assembling, and disassembling vehicle parts. They work on safety, drive, braking, steering, elevating, fuel, and traction systems. […]Read More…

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434a · Powerline Technician

Powerline technicians install, maintain, inspect, and repair electrical distribution and transmission systems. Some power systems are overhead (poles, towers, and overhead wires), while others are underground or underwater. Powerline technicians must follow strict safety procedures because of the high voltages in transmission lines. […]Read More…

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244k · Precast Concrete Erector

Precast concrete erectors guide hoisting engineers and crane operators in aligning concrete panels and slabs into place when constructing a new building. They are skilled at reading architectural drawings and diagrams, loading and unloading concrete pieces, aligning and bolting panels together, and applying grout between the cracks in the concrete to finish the walls. They… […]Read More…

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244l · Precast Concrete Finisher

Precast concrete finishers complete construction projects by using hand or power tools to level and refine the surfaces of poured concrete floors, sidewalks, curbs, and other structures. They may use special techniques to produce coloured surfaces or decorative finishes. Finishers may install metal fixtures into concrete slabs or repair and replace damaged concrete structures. […]Read More…

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200g · Precision Metal Fabricator

Precision metal fabricators cut and shape metal. Their work includes interpreting blueprints, joining metal parts, and ensuring product quality. They operate various metal forming, shaping, and cutting machines. They can work with fabrication shops, manufacturing plants, or as contractors. Most work indoors, but some work on construction sites in unfinished buildings. […]Read More…

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456p · Pressure Systems Welder

Pressure systems welders use shielded metal arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding and flux cored arc welding processes to weld metal plates, tubes, and other structures in boilers and other pressure systems. They cut pipes and tanks and assemble these pieces, and may have to repair defective welds in boilers and… […]Read More…

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246t · Process Operator – Food Manufacturing

Food manufacturing process operators control and supervise process operations in factories. They must be skilled at writing production and safety reports, disposing of hazardous materials, monitoring control panels, and maintaining all process components. […]Read More…

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246r · Process Operator – Power

Power process operators monitor and run processing equipment, using hand tools and measuring devices to maintain temperature and pressure levels in the power plant. They must know how to dispose of hazardous materials, write work orders, maintain log books, and monitor control panels. […]Read More…

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246f · Process Operator – Refinery, Chemical, and Liquid Processes

Power process operators for refinery, chemical and liquid processes monitor valves, pumps, and other equipment to make sure the factory is efficient and productive. They must know how to gauge the pressure and flow of chemicals, adjust control panels, test samples of the products, and prepare safety and maintenance reports. […]Read More…

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246w · Process Operator – Wood Products

Wood products processing operators monitor and maintain the equipment in wood products and pulp and paper plants. They must be skilled at operating processes from a central control room, controlling the chemicals being used in the plants, keep safety standards, and testing the products for quality. […]Read More…

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263f · Pump Systems Installer

Pump systems installers work with different types of outdoor pipes and pump systems. This work includes repairs, maintenance, and adjustments. They must be skilled at reading blueprints and diagrams, using hoisting devices to install pump systems, and cleaning and lubricating machinery. […]Read More…

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268r · Railway Car Technician

Railway car technicians keep trains chugging along. They repair and rebuild mechanical, structural, electrical, and hydraulic components of railway passenger and freight cars. They are also responsible for the interiors of cars and windows. Railway car technicians must be able to work from blueprints and should expect some climbing or heavy lifting. They work with… […]Read More…

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690h · Recreation Vehicle Technician

Recreation vehicle technicians repair, overhaul, and modify live-in recreation vehicles such as motorhomes, holiday trailers, fifth wheels, truck campers, and tent trailers. They may install and repair siding, windows, doors, plumbing systems, electrical systems, awnings, propane gas systems, batteries, trailer braking systems, TV antennas, hitches, and appliances. They also do fibreglass and body repairs, pinstriping,… […]Read More…

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401r · Refractory Mason

Refractory masons protect structures from high heat by installing special refractory bricks, castables, blankets, plastics, or ceramic coatings to furnaces and kilns. They must be skilled at laying refractory bricks, installing castables, and removing old refractory masonry. This is a specialty trade for those who are certified as brick and stone masons. […]Read More…

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313a · Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic

Refrigeration and air conditioning systems mechanics install, maintain, and repair residential, commercial, and industrial central air conditioning systems. They cut piping and use welding and brazing equipment to connect pipes. They also recharge cooling systems with refrigerant gases. This work requires computer skills for calculating loads and adjusting controls. […]Read More…

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452a · Reinforcing Rodworker

Reinforcing rodworkers reinforce concrete with metal bars or wire material for construction. This concrete is used in buildings, apartments, highways, bridges, and other large structures. Rodworkers must be skilled at reading blueprints, using power tools, and rigging and hoisting steel and other reinforcing materials. […]Read More…

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288r · Relay and Instrumentation Technician

Relay and instrumentation technicians monitor, test, and adjust Vital Signal Control Relays (VSCR) in transit systems. They must be skilled at CNC programming, interpreting and diagnosing code and power systems, and understanding different types of numerically controlled machines. […]Read More…

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308r · Residential (Low Rise) Sheet Metal Installer

Residential (low rise) sheet metal installers have similar duties to sheet metal workers, but they work specifically in air handling or ventilation systems in low-rise residential buildings. The buildings these installers work in have specific ventilation systems and must be a maximum of four stories. They do not have duties involving manufacturing, fabrication, or metal… […]Read More…

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313d · Residential Air Conditioning Systems Mechanic

Residential air conditioning systems mechanics maintain and repair residential air conditioning systems. They cut piping and use welding and brazing equipment to connect pipes. They also recharge cooling systems with refrigerant gases. This work requires computer skills for calculating loads and adjusting controls. […]Read More…

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244h · Restoration Mason

Restoration masons are stone specialists. They prepare mortars, cut out and fill joints, reset copings, and clean stone surfaces. They can drill, grout, and pin fractured stones. They work with brick, stone, and terra cotta blocks in ashlar, rubble, and brickwork. Specialized restoration masons may restore damaged chimneys and foundations in heritage buildings or repair… […]Read More…

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245r · Retail Meat Cutter

Meat cutters know their way around the butcher block. They use hand and power tools to break down carcasses and cut meat to industry specifications. They also order, handle, and prepare seafood products and cured meat products for sale. Meat cutters have knowledge of inventory control, customer relations, and sanitation standards. […]Read More…

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602h · Roll Grinder / Turner

Roll grinders and turners heat metal and roll it through machines to flatten it to a specific thickness for customers like automotive manufacturers. They must be skilled at grinding, turning, and texturing cast iron, cast steel, iron, high chrome, tool steel, and forged rolls. They make sure to always follow safety procedures and inspect finished… […]Read More…

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449a · Roofer

Roofers keep raindrops from falling on our heads. They install, repair, and replace roofing systems. They perform damp, water, and weather proofing. They also install and maintain slate, tile, shingles, and resurfaced roofs. […]Read More…

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219c · Saddlery

Saddlers supply horse-riding gear. They design, manufacture, rebuild, and repair saddles, saddle trees, and harnesses. They also work on riding boots and other tack for all equestrian activities. […]Read More…

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611b · Saw Filer / Fitter

Saw filers and fitters work in lumber mills and processing plants. They repair, set, and sharpen band saws, circular saws, chain saws, hand saws, and other types of saw blades. They also maintain and adjust saw-sharpening equipment. Saw filers and fitters must be mechanically inclined, have computer skills, and be able to handle physical work. […]Read More…

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308a · Sheet Metal Worker

Sheet metal workers cut, shape, and assemble sheet metal. Their work ranges from furnace and duct systems in homes, to oven and drying systems in auto plants, to heating and ventilating systems in office towers. They interpret blueprints, join metal parts, and ensure product quality. They can work for fabrication shops, for manufacturing plants, or… […]Read More…

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297a · Ski Lift Mechanic

Ski lift mechanics make sure that all the mechanical equipment on the ski slopes is safe and efficient. They must be skilled at keeping equipment up to safety standards, inspecting machinery, repairing and replacing damaged parts, and reporting on their activities. […]Read More…

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435a · Small Engine Technician

Small engine technicians maintain the systems and components on chainsaws, lawnmowers, garden tractors, snow blowers, all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), and small motorcycles. They must be skilled at interpreting manufacturers’ service manuals and codes, estimating repair costs, inspecting and diagnosing damaged small engines, and performing general maintenance on mechanical components. […]Read More…

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297b · Special Events Coordinator

Special events coordinators make sure meetings, conferences, conventions, weddings, fundraisers, festivals, and trade shows go off without a hitch. They must be skilled at communicating with clients, organizing the shipping and storage of supplies, coordinating staff, and managing risks such as alcohol consumption at certain events. […]Read More…

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427a · Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installer

Sprinkler and fire protection installers work with high-pressure and low-pressure pipeline systems carrying water, foam, gas, or air. Their work includes installing, repairing, maintaining, and testing sprinkler systems. They can work in residential or commercial environments, but this work is especially important for fire control systems. […]Read More…

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307a · Steamfitter

Steamfitters work on heating or cooling pipe systems or process systems. They also work on industrial systems that convey gases, employ pneumatic tubing, involve air handling, and form the infrastructure of oil refineries and nuclear power plants. This work includes assembly, installation, maintenance, and repair. […]Read More…

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278b · Surface Blaster

Surface blasters handle, store, and transport explosives at a variety of construction sites. They hook up and fire explosives, plan blast patterns, handle misfires, dispose of unwanted explosives, supervise blasting helpers, and secure the area of the blast. […]Read More…

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630b · Surface Mount Assembler (Under Revision)

Surface mount assemblers put together the tiny gizmos that make our gadgets work. This involves soldering, bonding, and assembling various electronic components. They can work on transistors, diodes, capacitors, integrated circuits, wires, or other electronic parts. […]Read More…

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241a · Terrazzo, Tile, and Marble Setter

Terrazzo, tile, and marble setters cover floors and other surfaces with ceramic tiles, marble, mosaic tile, or other materials. They must be skilled at measuring and marking the space, mixing adhesives or mortars, removing and replacing damaged tiles, and laying a variety of tiles for a decorative final touch in a swimming pool, kitchen, or… […]Read More…

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225f · Thin Film Technician (Under Revision)

Thin film technicians specialize in applying very thin optical coatings for wavelength filters, anti-reflection coatings, special mirrors, and polarizing elements. […]Read More…

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295a · Tire, Wheel, and Rim Mechanic

Tire, wheel and rim mechanics assess, fix, or replace damaged vehicle parts so that their customers can drive around safely. They must be skilled at listening to their customers, hoisting and suspending vehicles using jacks, testing tire pressure and rims, removing and replacing hardware like wheel nuts, and conducting final inspections to make sure vehicles… […]Read More…

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630t · Tool / Tooling Maker

Tool or tooling makers repair the specialized equipment used in manufacturing to build industrial and consumer products. They must be skilled at reading engineering drawings and specifications, setting up machine tools using computer programming, and testing tools such as gauges, jigs, and other mechanical devices to make sure they are cutting and shaping parts precisely. […]Read More…

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602c · Tool and Cutter Grinder

Tool and cutter grinders shape and sharpen precision cutting tools to be used in manufacturing. They must be skilled at reading work orders and blueprints, setting machines to cut to precise measurements, readying etching solution to remove unwanted metal portions, and maintaining the equipment. […]Read More…

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430a · Tool and Die Maker

Tool and die makers use lathes, drill presses, and milling machines to produce precision metal parts (tools, dies, and moulds) for manufacturing. They must be skilled at reading blueprints, setting up machinery using precise measurements, planning the full sequence of actions required to complete the part, fitting parts together using hand tools, and inspecting the… […]Read More…

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239b · Tool and Gauge Inspector

Tool and gauge inspectors maintain quality control standards in machine parts and tooling through testing and adjusting the equipment. They must be skilled at reading blueprints and charts, using algebra and geometry, testing parts on machines, and updating inspection records. To train as a tool and gauge inspector, you first need to be certified as… […]Read More…

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638a · Tractor-Trailer Commercial Driver

Tractor-trailer commercial drivers operate gasoline or diesel-powered trucks, tractor-trailers, and similar vehicles to transport goods and materials over local routes or long distances. They must be skilled at mapping out efficient routes, updating travel logs, inspecting the trailer before, during, and after the trip, and having good judgement and concentration when backing up, docking the… […]Read More…

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310d · Transmission Technician

Transmission technicians specialize in the maintenance and repair of automatic transmissions. They must be skilled at examining a vehicle and estimating the repair costs, using computerized diagnostic equipment, taking apart the transmission and replacing damaged parts, and testing the vehicle’s performance. Transmission technicians also perform routine inspections and preventative maintenance. […]Read More…

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310t · Truck and Coach Technician

Truck and coach technicians overhaul, repair, and rebuild trucks, tractor-trailers, buses, coaches, and other road transport equipment. They may work on the fuel, brake, steering and suspension systems; transmission, emission control and exhaust systems; engines; and electrical, cooling, and climate control systems. Some mechanics specialize in one or more of these systems. Truck and coach… […]Read More…

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310j · Truck-Trailer Service Technician

Truck-trailer service technicians rebuild, overhaul, and recondition commercial truck trailers. They repair and replace sheet metal and frames, diagnose and service suspension and braking systems, heating and refrigeration units, electrical and hydraulic systems, axles, hubs, tires, wheels, and coupling units. These technicians need to have good hand-eye coordination, physical fitness, and mechanical aptitude. […]Read More…

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421c · Turf Equipment Technician

Turf equipment technicians help keep lawns neat by repairing and maintaining lawn mowers, golf carts, traction units, small powered equipment, and tow-behind equipment. They must be skilled at sharpening blades, repairing small engines, testing fixed equipment, storing lawn equipment during the winter, and making sure the equipment meets safety standards. Turf equipment technicians work at… […]Read More…

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444b · Utility Arborist

Utility arborists prune and clear vegetation that gets too close to energized electrical equipment, structures, and conductors. They also fell and remove trees that could potentially come into contact with power lines. […]Read More…

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605b · Water Well Driller

Water well drillers construct and maintain water wells. This work also includes locating water sources, protecting ground water, maintaining drilling equipment, disinfecting completed wells, and installing or servicing pumps. It is outdoor work with a lot of travel between jobs. Drillers must be skilled at writing reports, following safety procedures, and consulting with customers to… […]Read More…

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456a · Welder

Welders join and sever metals. They make metal parts used in construction, in manufacturing, for tools, and for equipment. There are many different types of welding, including arc, gas, and resistance. Welders must follow blueprints, develop patterns for projects, shape component parts, inspect component parts, and then weld parts together. They also build up worn… […]Read More…

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211w · Wooden Boat Rebuilder

Wooden boat rebuilders work on wooden boats. This work includes sketching layout, designing, selecting woods and veneers, fabricating fastenings, joining, and finishing boat components. They operate computer-assisted design systems and wood-cutting equipment. […]Read More…

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