*  53 Medieval Occupations - Lee's Lists | Top 100 | RPGNow.com
Make sure that coming up with an occupation for tonight's game isn't one! 53 Medieval Occupations ... 53 Medieval Occupations is a finely crafted list of mostly historically accurate and verisimilitudinous occupations collected ... This occupation was also referred to as a Seneschal.. This product is system and genre agnostic, so feel free to use it to use ... 9. BARBER - A Barber had many occupations in relation to personal care. Barbers would cut hair but would also serve as dentists ...
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*  Mathematical Science Occupations, All Other
Industry profile for this occupation. Geographic profile for this occupation. National estimates for this occupation: Top. ... Industry profile for this occupation: Top. Industries with the highest published employment and wages for this occupation are ... 1) Estimates for detailed occupations do not sum to the totals because the totals include occupations not shown separately. ... Top paying States for this occupation: State Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage ...
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*  Women's Bureau (WB) - Nontraditional Occupations for Women in 2009
1Nontraditional occupations are those in which women comprise 25 percent or less of total employed. Source: U.S. Department of ... DOL Home , Women's Bureau , Publications , Statistics , Nontraditional Occupations for Women in 2009 , Text Version ...
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*  Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations
Industry profile for this occupation. Geographic profile for this occupation. National estimates for this occupation: Top. ... Industry profile for this occupation: Top. Industries with the highest published employment and wages for this occupation are ... Top paying States for this occupation: State Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage ... Top paying industries for this occupation: Industry Employment (1) Percent of industry employment Hourly mean wage Annual mean ...
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*  Personal Care and Service Occupations
Industry profile for this occupation. Geographic profile for this occupation. National estimates for this occupation: Top. ... Industry profile for this occupation: Top. Industries with the highest published employment and wages for this occupation are ... 39-0000 Personal Care and Service Occupations (Major Group). This major group comprises the following occupations: Gaming ... Top paying States for this occupation: State Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage ...
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*  List of SOC Occupations
May 2016 Occupation Profiles. Major groups. *00-0000 All Occupations. *11-0000 Management Occupations. *13-0000 Business and ... 00-0000 All Occupations top. 11-0000 Management Occupations top. *11-0000 Management Occupations *11-1000 Top Executives *11- ... 15-0000 Computer and Mathematical Occupations top. *15-0000 Computer and Mathematical Occupations *15-1100 Computer Occupations ... 51-0000 Production Occupations. *53-0000 Transportation and Material Moving Occupations. Click on the occupational title to ...
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*  Sales and Related Occupations
Industry profile for this occupation. Geographic profile for this occupation. National estimates for this occupation: Top. ... Industry profile for this occupation: Top. Industries with the highest published employment and wages for this occupation are ... 41-0000 Sales and Related Occupations (Major Group). This major group comprises the following occupations: First-Line ... Top paying States for this occupation: State Employment (1) Employment per thousand jobs Location quotient (9) Hourly mean wage ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Abstractor
ABSTRACTORS analyze and summarize pertinent legal or insurance details, or sections of statutes or case law from reference books. The summaries they prepare are examined and used for legal proofs or ready reference. Abstractors summarize recorded documents such as mortgages, trust deeds, and contracts affecting the condition of title to property. They analyze restrictions and prepare reports outlining these restrictions, and actions required for a clear title. They also analyze written technical information and abstract and index original patent specifications and articles from scientific and other journals.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Baker
BAKERS bake breads, rolls, cakes, pies, cookies, and various other items. They measure flour, sugar, shortening, and various other ingredients and mix them in large mixing machine bowls according to recipes. They control the timing and mixing speed of the machine to ensure proper texture and blending of the ingredients. When they have finished mixing, bakers then roll, twist, shape, and cut the dough to make breads, rolls, pie crusts, and cookies. They place the dough in baking pans or on cooking sheets and bake in the oven at a certain temperature until done. They then apply icing, glazing, or other toppings.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Botanist
A Ph.D. is usually required for BOTANISTS in independent research, and for advancement to administrative positions. A master's degree is sufficient for some jobs in applied research or product development and for jobs in management, inspection, sales, and service. The bachelor's degree is adequate for some non-research jobs. To prepare for a career in botany, you should take a college preparatory curriculum including English, foreign language, mathematics, chemistry, physics, and biology. Courses in social studies and humanities are also valuable since botanists often get involved in public affairs at community and national levels. No special licensing or certification is required for botanists.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Geologist
GEOLOGISTS study the composition, structure, processes and history of the Earth. They try to find out how rocks were formed and what has happened to them since formation. They also study the evolution of life by analyzing plant and animal fossils. Some explore for oil and gas deposits. Some offer advice on major construction projects and assist in environmental correction. They may analyze and classify minerals and precious stones according to composition and structure. They study fossils to trace the evolution of plant and animal life. Stratigraphers study the formation and layering of rocks to understand the environment in which they were formed.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Pharmacologist
PHARMACOLOGISTS study the effects of drugs and other chemical agents of therapeutic value on biological systems. Pharmacologists conduct clinical research trials for new drugs. They study the effects of a medicine over a period of time. Pharmacologists work closely with other scientists and health professionals to ensure that new products are as safe and effective as possible. Pharmacologists may also evaluate new drugs for pharmaceutical companies. They may develop new or improved drugs and medicines. They work to standardize procedures for the manufacture of drugs and medicinal compounds.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Dermatologist
DERMATOLOGISTS diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases or other conditions of the skin. They treat all types of skin problems, such as infections, skin cancer, acne, rosacea, and warts. Dermatologists examine patients, diagnose skin ailments, and prescribe medications. They remove cancerous or unhealthy lesions from the skin, give Botox injections, collagen injections, chemical peelings, and other treatments to improve skin tone. Dermatoligists advise and counsel patients on good health practices, such as diet, hygiene, and preventive health care.. ...
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*  Category:ca:Occupations - Wiktionary
Fundamental » All languages » Catalan » All topics » Human » People » Occupations. Catalan terms for occupations, in the sense ... Pages in category "ca:Occupations". The following 47 pages are in this category, out of 47 total. ... Retrieved from "https://en.wiktionary.org/w/index.php?title=Category:ca:Occupations&oldid=47109942" ...
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*  Find Occupations
... Keyword or O*NET-SOC Code. Examples: 25-1011.00, dental assistant ... Occupations are considered part of an industry based on their employment. Job Family. Architecture and Engineering. Arts, ... Enter a word, phrase, or title to search for an O*NET-SOC occupation. Enter a full or partial O*NET-SOC code to look up ... Bright Outlook occupations are expected to grow rapidly in the next several years, or will have large numbers of job openings. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Fitness Trainer
An increasing number of employers require FITNESS TRAINERS to have a bachelor's degree in a field related to health and fitness, such as exercise science or physical education. Some employers allow workers to substitute a college degree for certification, but most employers who require a bachelor's degree require both a degree and certification.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Stunt Performer
STUNT PERFORMERS stand in for actors when dangerous activities and action sequences are needed. They try to perform stunts with the greatest visual impact and the least safety risk. Stunt performers usually arrange their own stunts and work out every detail to minimize risk of injury. They may fall from runaway horses, jump out of moving cars, jump off cliffs, enter buildings that are on fire, and perform many other dangerous feats. Stunt performers also participate in fight, battle, and other action scenes. Although the work sounds very glamorous and exciting, it can be extremely dangerous. A great deal of athletic ability and skill is required to perform stunts.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Aircraft Technician
AIRCRAFT TECHNICIANS perform scheduled maintenance, make repairs, and complete inspections required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to keep jets, prop planes, helicopters, and other aircraft in top operating condition. They inspect engines, landing gear, instruments, brakes, and other parts of the aircraft, and do the necessary maintenance, or repair or replacement of parts. Large airplanes are equipped with monitoring systems that keep track of the aircraft's basic operations and provide diagnostic information to the technician. After completing repairs, technicians must test the equipment to make sure that it works properly.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Bill Collector
BILL COLLECTORS keep track of accounts that are overdue and attempt to collect payment on them. Some are employed by third-party collection agencies, while others work directly for the original creditors. Collectors locate and notify customers of delinquent accounts. They look for debtors who have moved. Collectors inform debtors of overdue accounts and ask for payment. They may attempt to learn the cause of the delay in payment. When possible, they offer advice and counsel on how to pay off debts. If customers fail to respond, collectors prepare a statement to that effect for the credit department of the establishment.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Telephone Operator
TELEPHONE OPERATORS receive their training on the job from the employer, experienced workers, or manufacturers of the switch board equipment. Training usually lasts several weeks. Classroom instruction lasts up to three weeks and is followed by on-the-job training. Employers generally require telephone operators to have a high school diploma. High school courses in speech, office practices, and business math will be helpful. Computer literacy and typing skills are important. Fluency in a foreign language is also an asset because of the increasing diversity of the population. Telephone operators need no license or certificate.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Travel Agent
TRAVEL AGENTS give advice on destinations, make arrangements for transportation, hotel accommodations, car rentals, tours, and recreation. Travel agents plan vacation packages and business and pleasure trips. They advise on weather conditions, restaurants, tourist attractions, and recreation. For international travel, travel agents provide information on customs regulations, passports, visas, vaccinations, and currency exchange rates. Travel agents consult a variety of published and computer-based sources for information on departure and arrival times, fares, and hotel ratings and accommodations.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Meteorological Technician
METEOROLOGICAL TECHNICIANS support meteorologists in the research and study of atmospheric conditions. Technicians observe and record general weather conditions and visibility for use in forecasting. They read test or measuring instruments and gauges to make observations and measurements of climatic and atmospheric conditions. Meteorological technicians prepare maps, charts, graphs, and technical reports describing surface weather, upper air, and sea conditions. Technicians prepare warnings or briefings about current or predicted weather conditions.. ...
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*  ACT Occupations: Diesel Technician
DIESEL TECHNICIANS may qualify for jobs through on-the-job training, but completion of a formal diesel engine training program after graduation from high school is recommended. Applicants without formal training may face stiffer competition for entry-level jobs. Many community colleges and trade and vocational schools offer training programs in diesel repair. These programs, lasting six months to two years, lead to a certificate of completion or an associate degree. Voluntary certification by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) is recognized as a standard of achievement for diesel technicians.. ...
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