1. Mechanical Engineer
Mechanical engineering emerged as a field during the Industrial Revolution in Europe in the 18th century; however, its development can be traced back several thousands of years around the world.
2. Human Resources Manager
Human Resources Manager
A human resources manager is someone who oversees and manages a company's human resources department.
3. Sales Manager
A sales manager is someone who is responsible for leading and guiding a team of sales people in an organization.
4. Computer Programmer
The road to becoming a computer programmer typically begins with a keen interest in technology, and an almost insatiable curiosity about the language of computers.
5. Security Guard
A security guard is someone who patrols and inspects property against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity.
6. Software Engineer
Software engineering is a branch of computer science which includes the development and building of computer systems software and applications software.
7. Civil Engineer
A civil engineer designs and oversees the construction of public works, such as roads, bridges, dams, tunnels, buildings, airports, water and sewage systems, and other large infrastructure projects.
8. Aircraft Mechanic
Airlines, government, private companies, and the military hire aircraft mechanics to repair and perform scheduled maintenance on airplanes and helicopters.
A logistician is someone who analyzes and coordinates an organization’s supply chain—the system that moves a product from supplier to consumer.