1. Live Sound Engineer
Live Sound Engineer
A live sound engineer is someone who blends and balances multiple sounds at a live event by using a mixing console, pre-recorded material, voices and instruments.
A luthier is an artisan who makes or repairs stringed instruments such as cellos, violins, guitars, mandolins, dulcimers and banjos.
An exterminator, or pest control technician, has the varied and sometimes challenging job of exterminating roaches, mice, mosquitoes, wasps, spiders, termites, or any other animals which are considered pests.
4. Drill Press Operator
Drill Press Operator
A drill press operator sets up and operates drilling machines to drill, bore, ream, mill, or countersink metal or plastic work pieces.
5. Piano Tuner
A piano tuner is someone who makes minute adjustments to the tension of the strings of a piano, in order to properly align the intervals between their tones.
Electricians are tradesmen and women whose responsibilities are to design, install, maintain, and troubleshoot electrical wiring systems.
7. Audio Engineer
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Landscapers elevate the appearance of outdoor spaces and make them beautiful.
9. Sheet Metal Worker
Sheet Metal Worker
A sheet metal worker is a skilled tradesman who creates, installs, and repairs sheet metal products.
A welder is a skilled tradesperson who joins metal together, or fills and repairs holes on metal constructions through the use of intense heat and gas.
11. Building Inspector
A building inspector is employed by a city or township to make sure specific safety standards are in place for buildings and homes.
12. Power Engineer
A power engineer, also called a stationary engineer, is a technically skilled and certified professional who is responsible for the operation, maintenance, renovation, and repair of boiler systems and other mechanical systems in a facility.
A shoemaker is someone who makes, designs and repairs footwear.
A plumber is someone who installs and maintains pipes in our homes and businesses.