1. Irrigation Technician
An irrigation technician is responsible for irrigation installation and makes sure that all the equipment is functioning properly by performing regular testing.
Is working behind a desk not for you?
3. Lawn Care Specialist
Lawn Care Specialist
Lawn care specialists work for lawn care companies or for themselves.
4. Grain Elevator Worker
Grain Elevator Worker
A grain elevator worker, or operator, purchases grain from farmers either for cash or at a contracted price, determining the grade, quality and weight of grain delivered.
5. Garbage Collector
A garbage collector is someone who works either for the municipal government or for a private waste management company.
A glazier is someone who installs glass in windows, skylights, storefronts, and display cases to create distinctive designs or reduce the need for artificial lighting.
7. Fork Lift Operator
Fork Lift Operator
A fork lift operator is someone who is responsible for operating a fork lift to move, locate, relocate, stack, and count merchandise around warehouses, storage yards, factories, construction sites and other work sites.
An arborist studies the structure and function of trees.
The services of a butcher are needed to provide us with steaks for the barbecue, good quality ground beef for our hamburgers, or for the perfect filet of fish!
10. Construction Painter
What would a room, a house, or a building be without a coat of paint?
11. Truck Driver
A truck driver is someone who earns a living driving a truck, transporting goods and materials over land.
12. Hazardous Materials Removal Worker
Hazardous Materials Removal Worker
Hazardous materials (hazmat) removal workers identify and dispose of asbestos, radioactive and nuclear waste, arsenic, lead, and other hazardous materials.
13. Construction Worker
A construction worker is part of a construction crew, and performs many basic tasks that require physical labour on construction sites.
14. Derrick Operator
Do you love working with your hands, as well as the outdoors?