1. Live Sound Engineer
Live Sound Engineer
A live sound engineer is responsible for the technical aspects of sound during live performances, such as concerts, theater productions, or corporate events.
A luthier specializes in building, repairing, and restoring stringed musical instruments, particularly guitars, violins, violas, cellos, and basses.
An exterminator, also known as a pest control technician, is a professional who is trained to identify, prevent, and control pests in homes, businesses, and other environments.
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 a skilled technician who is responsible for adjusting the tension of the strings inside a piano in order to ensure that the piano produces the correct pitch and has a balanced sound across all of its keys.
An electrician specializes in the installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical systems.
7. Audio Engineer
An audio engineer works with sound in various capacities.
A landscaper designs, creates, and maintains outdoor spaces such as gardens, lawns, and parks.
9. Sheet Metal Worker
Sheet Metal Worker
A sheet metal worker specializes in working with thin metal sheets to fabricate, install, and maintain various products and systems.
A welder specializes in joining metal parts together using various welding techniques.
11. Building Inspector
A building inspector plays an important role in ensuring the safety, integrity, and compliance of buildings and structures with building codes and regulations.
12. Power Engineer
A power engineer is responsible for designing, maintaining, and operating various types of power systems.
A shoemaker is a skilled craftsman who specializes in making, repairing, and maintaining shoes and other footwear.
A plumber specializes in the installation, repair, and maintenance of plumbing systems.