A bookkeeper is someone who produces financial records for businesses or organizations.
2. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
A magnetic resonance imaging technologist, also often referred to as an MRI technologist, is a person who operates a magnetic imaging machine and works in conjunction with a radiologist.
3. Cargo and Freight Agent
Cargo and Freight Agent
A cargo and freight agent is someone who coordinates and facilitates incoming and outgoing shipments for transportation companies and other businesses.
4. Court Reporter
A court reporter is someone who uses a stenotype machine to capture verbatim everything that is said during a court proceeding, and who then delivers the transcripts of the proceedings.
An archivist is someone who assesses whether a given piece of information is of value, then maintains and stores the information in the appropriate manner.
6. Medical Transcriptionist
A medical transcriptionist is someone who transcribes doctor's reports from voice recordings, converting them into written reports.
7. Medical Records Technician
Medical Records Technician
Every day, people make thousands of visits to doctors and hospitals, and each one of these visits involves a person’s medical record.
8. Library Assistant
A library assistant (or library technician) helps librarians acquire, prepare, and organize materials.
9. Medical Secretary
A medical secretary is a member of staff in health care facilities like hospitals and doctors' offices who performs administrative and supportive functions.
10. Bill and Account Collector
Bill and Account Collector
A bill and account collector, sometimes called a collection agent, is someone who tries to recover payment on overdue bills.
A librarian is a professional trained in information science.
12. Ambulance Dispatcher
An ambulance dispatcher, also called a 9-1-1 operator or public safety telecommunicator, is someone who answers emergency and non-emergency calls.
13. Customer Service Representative
Customer Service Representative
Customer service representatives interact with customers on behalf of an organization.
14. Executive Assistant
An executive assistant is seen as the face of an organization, and is someone who provides high-level administrative support to executives in a company or corporation.