A gynecologist is a medical doctor that specializes in women's reproductive systems.
A urologist is a medical professional that specializes in the treatment of medical conditions that affect the male and female urinary tract and the male reproductive organs.
3. 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.
A phlebotomist is someone who is well trained in the skill of taking or drawing blood from living people or animals in a clinical environment.
A nanny is an in-home childcare provider that has a close relationship with the children and families they work for.
6. Rehabilitation Counselor
People with disabilities, whether physical or emotional, often need a particular type of support to be able to live independently.
7. Mental Health Counselor
Mental Health Counselor
A mental health counselor is someone who helps people manage or overcome mental and emotional disorders and problems with their family and relationships.
8. Sports Referee
A sports referee is someone who presides over competitive athletic or sporting events.
9. Probation Officer
A probation officer is someone who works with and monitors offenders to prevent them from committing new crimes.
A sheriff is typically the top law enforcement officer of a county, and an elected county official.
11. Family Social Worker
Family Social Worker
A family social worker helps families and individuals get through difficult times or get additional support.
An aesthetician is someone who works at a salon or spa, giving specialized skincare treatments to clients, in particular, facial skin care treatments.
A chiropractor, or doctor of chiropractic medicine, is a licensed medical professional who specializes in diagnosing and treating disorders of the musculoskeletal and nervous system, especially in the spine.
Anyone who has ever signed a mobile-phone or other consumer contract, a lease, or an employment agreement, has probably seen in the contract's fine print a provision known as an "arbitration clause." This widely used legal covenant requires that in the case of a dispute between the parties, the arbitration process be used to resolve their differences.