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accountant

actor

architect

author

baker

bartender

butcher

caretaker

cashier

chef

civil servant

clerk

computer programmer

cook

construction worker

decorator

dentist

doctor

driver

garbageman (refuse collector)

economist

editor

electrician

farmer

fisherman

film director

flight attendant

hairdresser

jeweler

journalist

judge

lawyer

miner

musician

nurse

optician

painter

pharmacist

photographer

pilot

plumber

police officer

porter

prison guard

receptionist

sailor

server

salesperson

scientist

secretary

a person who maintains financial records.

a person who acts in a play or movie.

a person who designs buildings.

a person who writes books, plays, and other literary works.

a person who bakes bread and cakes.

a person who makes and serves achoholic beverages either at a pub, night club, or bar.

a person who prepares meat to be sold to customers.

a person who takes care of graveyards.

a person who collects payment for merchandise.

a person who prepares food; destinguished from a cook by a degree in culinary arts

a person who is employed as a government worker in one of several offices that provide services for the community.

a person who does general office work.

a person who writes software programs that are used on computers.

a person who cooks food in a restaurant.

a person who builds buildings.

a person who decorates houses, offices, ect, for special events.

a person who treats diseases of the teeth, gums and mouth.

a person who teats diseases of the body.

a person who earns money driving either a taxi, truck, or bus.

the person who picks up and gets rid of your trash.

a person who studies, works, in the field of economics.

a person who finds and corrects mistakes in other's writings.

a person who works installing and repairing electric equipment.

a person who operates a farm.

a person who catches fish.

the person who tells actors what to do on the movie set.

a person who serves food and takes care of passangers on an airline.

a person who cuts and styles hair.

a person who makes jewelery.

a person who gathers and delivers news.

a person who hears and determines cause in a court of law.

a person who practises law.

a person who works digging minerals out of the ground.

a person who plays a musical instrument.

a person who takes care of patients.

a doctor who specializes in the treatment of the eyes.

a person who paints houses, apartments or other structures.

a person who prepares and dispences medical drugs.

a person who takes pictures, usually for money.

a person who flys an airplane.

a person who installs and repairs water fixtures.

a person who enforces the law and arrests criminals

a person hired to carry baggage

a person who keeps order at a jail or prision.

a person who greets visitors at an office.

a person who works on a ship or ocean going vessel.

a person who serves food in a resturant. Has replaced the terms waiter and waitress in most places in the United States.

a person who sells merchandise or services; usually paid by commission.

a person who is speciallized in science espcially one of the natural sciences.

a person who handles correspondence and does clerical work.