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Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters
Build wooden objects such as cabinets or furniture.
Camera Operators
Operate television, video, or movie cameras to record information.
Camera and Photographic Equipment Repairers
Fix cameras and other photographic equipment.
Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels
Supervise the operations of ships and other water vessels.
Cardiovascular Technologists and Technicians
Conduct tests on patients' hearts and lungs.
Cargo and Freight Agents
Route shipments of various materials through airline, train, and trucking terminals and shipping docks.
Carpenter Helpers
Help carpenters by performing basic carpentry duties.
Carpenters
Construct, install, or repair fixtures made of wood.
Carpet Installers
Use tools to make sure carpets are installed properly.
Cartographers and Photogrammetrists
Collect, analyze, and interpret geographic information to study and prepare maps.
Cashiers
Handle payments from customers who are purchasing goods and services.
Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers
Finish and smooth the surface of poured concrete.
Chefs and Head Cooks
Prepare food, and direct the work of other cooks.
Chemical Engineers
Design processes for manufacturing chemicals and related materials.
Chemical Equipment Operators
Operate equipment to control chemical changes or reactions during a production process.
Chemical Plant and System Operators
Control entire chemical processes through a system of machines.
Chemical Technicians
Work in labs and assist with analyzing chemicals and other substances.
Chemists
Conduct research on chemicals using experiments or observation.
Chief Executives
Direct companies at the highest level of management.
Child, Family, and School Social Workers
Provide social services to children and families to help children function better in school.
Childcare Workers
Take care of children in daycare settings.
Chiropractors
Treat patients who have problems of the musculoskeletal system, which is made up of bones, muscles, ligaments, and tendons.
Choreographers
Create new dance routines, using movements to express stories and ideas.
Civil Engineering Technicians
Use principles of civil engineering to plan and design construction projects.
Civil Engineers
Perform engineering duties in the planning and designing phase of construction projects.
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators
Review insurance claims to make sure payments are made properly.
Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling Equipment Operators
Operate machines that wash products.
Clergy
Provide spiritual guidance and lead religious services.
Clerical Library Assistants
Sort and shelve library materials, like books or electronic media.
Clinical Data Managers
Organize and analyze medical data.
Clinical Research Coordinators
Manage all aspects of clinical research projects.
Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists
Treat emotional and mental problems of children, families, or other groups.
Coaches and Scouts
Instruct amateur or professional athletes, teaching them the fundamental skills of sports.
Coating, Painting, and Spraying Machine Operators
Operate machines to coat or paint a variety of products.
Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers
Wind wire coils used in electrical components and instruments.
College Agricultural Sciences Teachers
Teach agriculture courses at the college level.
College Anthropology and Archeology Teachers
Teach college-level courses in anthropology or archeology.
College Architecture Teachers
Teach architecture courses at the college level.
College Art, Drama, and Music Teachers
Teach art, drama, or music classes at the college level.
College Atmospheric and Space Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in the physical sciences.
College Biological Science Teachers
Teach biology courses at the college level.
College Business Teachers
Teach business courses at the college level.
College Chemistry Teachers
Teach college-level courses in chemistry.
College Communications Teachers
Teach communications courses at the college level.
College Computer Science Teachers
Teach computer science courses at the college level.
College Criminal Justice Teachers
Teach college-level courses in criminal justice.
College Cultural Studies Teachers
Teach college-level courses about the culture and development of groups.
College Economics Teachers
Teach college-level courses in economics.
College Education Administrators
Coordinate educational and administrative activities at colleges.
College Education Teachers
Teach college-level education courses.
College Engineering Teachers
Teach engineering courses at the college level.
College English Language Teachers
Teach English courses at the college level.
College Environmental Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in environmental science.
College Foreign Language Teachers
Teach college-level courses in foreign languages.
College Forestry and Conservation Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in forestry and conservation.
College Geography Teachers
Teach college-level courses in geography.
College Health Specialties Teachers
Teach college-level courses in health.
College History Teachers
Teach college-level courses in human history.
College Home Economics Teachers
Teach courses that are related to home management.
College Law Teachers
Teach college-level law courses.
College Library Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in library science.
College Mathematical Science Teachers
Teach math courses at the college level.
College Nursing Instructors and Teachers
Teach nursing courses at the college level.
College Philosophy and Religion Teachers
Teach philosophy or religion courses at the college level.
College Physics Teachers
Teach college-level physics courses.
College Political Science Teachers
Teach college-level courses in political science.
College Psychology Teachers
Teach college-level courses in psychology.
College Recreation and Fitness Teachers
Teach college-level courses in fitness.
College Social Work Teachers
Teach college-level courses in social work.
College Sociology Teachers
Teach college-level courses in sociology.
College Vocational Education Teachers
Teach vocational or occupational subjects at the college level.
Combined Food Preparation and Serving Workers
Perform food service duties, including both preparing and serving food.
Commercial Divers
Work below the surface of water to repair or install equipment.
Commercial Fishers
Use equipment to catch fish or other aquatic animals.
Commercial Pilots
Fly or navigate airplanes or helicopters on non-scheduled routes.
Commercial and Industrial Designers
Develop the ideas for manufactured products, such as cars, appliances, and toys.
Community Health Workers
Help individuals and communities adopt healthier behaviors.
Compensation and Benefits Managers
Oversee the pay and benefits rules for an organization.
Compensation, Benefits, and Job Analysis Specialists
Help employers decide on appropriate pay rates and job descriptions.
Compliance Managers
Make sure organizations are operating according to various ethical and regulatory standards.
Compliance Officers
Evaluate whether organizations are in compliance with government laws on a variety of issues.
Computer Hardware Engineers
Design computer-related equipment for commercial, industrial, military, or scientific use.
Computer Network Architects
Design computer and information networks.
Computer Network Support Specialists
Maintain computer networks (such as local area networks and wide area networks) and troubleshoot problems.
Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machine Tool Programmers
Develop programs to control the processing of metal or plastic parts by machines.
Computer Operators
Monitor and work with computers and data processing equipment.
Computer Programmers
Create, modify, and test code that allows computer programs to run.
Computer Systems Analysts
Analyze data processing issues in science, engineering, or business to create and improve computer systems.
Computer Systems Engineers/Architects
Develop solutions to problems in complex computer applications.
Computer User Support Specialists
Provide technical assistance to computer users.
Computer and Information Scientists
Conduct research in the field of computer and information science.
Computer and Information Systems Managers
Oversee information technology (IT) duties for an organization.
Computer, ATM, and Office Machine Repairers
Repair, maintain, or install office equipment.
Computer-Controlled Machine Tool Operators
Operate computer-controlled machines to perform functions on metal or plastic work pieces.
Concierges
Assist hotel guests with personal services.
Conservation Scientists
Manage and protect natural resources like soil, forests, and water.
Construction Laborers
Perform physical tasks on a construction worksite.
Construction Managers
Coordinate all the work that is involved in building or maintaining structures.
Construction and Building Inspectors
Inspect structures to make sure that building codes are met through all phases of construction.
Construction and Maintenance Painters
Paint a wide variety of surfaces, including walls, equipment, buildings, bridges, and other surfaces.
Continuous Mining Machine Operators
Operate mining machines that rip materials from the mine face and load them onto conveyors.
Control and Valve Installers and Repairers
Install and repair devices that regulate and control processes in buildings.
Conveyor Operators and Tenders
Tend conveyor systems that move materials or products.
Cooling and Freezing Equipment Operators
Operate equipment used to cool or freeze products.
Correctional Officers and Jailers
Guard inmates in jails and prisons.
Correspondence Clerks
Write letters or emails in response to customers' questions or requests.
Cost Estimators
Prepare cost estimates for a variety of projects.
Costume Attendants
Choose, fit, and take care of costumes for entertainers.
Counter and Rental Clerks
Take in-person orders for repairs, rentals, and services.
Couriers and Messengers
Pick up or deliver messages, documents, or packages.
Court Reporters
Record legal testimony using a variety of methods and equipment.
Court, Municipal, and License Clerks
Perform clerical duties in courts or government licensing agencies.
Craft Artists
Create handmade objects like weaving, needlecraft, or pottery.
Crane and Tower Operators
Operate mechanical cranes to lift materials.
Credit Analysts
Determine how risky it is to lend money to individuals or businesses.
Credit Authorizers and Checkers
Look up customers' credit history or review personal or financial information.
Credit Counselors
Advise people and organizations about money.
Crossing Guards
Guide or control foot traffic on streets, near schools, railroad crossings, or construction sites.
Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing Machine Operators
Operate machines that crush, grind, or polish materials like coal, glass, grain, stone, food, or rubber.
Curators
Oversee collections, such as artwork, collectibles, and historic items.
Customer Service Representatives
Talk directly with customers to provide information and respond to questions or complaints.
Customs Brokers
Prepare paperwork so that goods can be imported and exported legally.
Cutting and Slicing Machine Operators
Operate or tend machines that cut or slice materials.
Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine Operators
Operate machines to saw, punch, bend, or straighten metal or plastic material.