1. Farm Equipment Mechanic
Farm Equipment Mechanic
2. Fire Inspector
A fire inspector visits and inspects buildings and other structures to search for fire hazards and to ensure that federal, state, and local fire codes are met.
3. 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.
4. Quality Control Inspector
Quality Control Inspector
Quality control inspectors examine products and materials for defects or deviations from manufacturer or industry specifications.
5. Radio Mechanic
A radio mechanic is a technical professional who builds, operates and repairs the equipment necessary for radio communications.
6. Agricultural Inspector
Agricultural inspectors are the first line of battle against toxic compounds used in the food industry and improper processing procedures that result in low food quality.
7. Aviation Inspector
A lot goes into keeping our skies safe and our planes working optimally!
8. Aircraft Mechanic
Airlines, government, private companies, and the military hire aircraft mechanics to repair and perform scheduled maintenance on airplanes and helicopters.
9. Auto Repair Technician
Auto Repair Technician
Do you love tinkering with cars and fixing them?
10. Avionics Technician
The field of avionics focuses on aircraft electronics — and an avionics technician is responsible for all the electronics aboard an aircraft as well as the wiring to the electrical system.
11. Facility Maintenance Mechanic
Facility Maintenance Mechanic
12. Robotics Engineer
Do you love solving complex problems?
An editor is a critical reader and a lover of words, whose job is to polish and refine a story or an article.
14. HVAC Technician
HVAC is an abbreviation for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.
15. Printing Worker
A printing worker is someone who produces printed material in three stages: prepress, press, and binding/finishing.
16. Non-Destructive Testing Specialist
Non-Destructive Testing Specialist
Non-destructive testing specialists are professionals that use their wide range of technological, reasoning, and creative skills to find imperfections in materials, structures, and equipment.