Subway and Streetcar Operators operate trains and subways that do not have a separate locomotive car. They transport passengers and may also handle fares.
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These industrial professionals lay out, design, construct, fabricate, align, fit and connect metal pieces together for use in building projects, transportation and utility works.
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These industrial construction workers manufacture, modify, erect, position and connect heavy steel and iron girders and columns to build permanent structures.
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These specialized craftsmen carve stone or rock with hand or power tools according to predetermined patterns or diagrams.
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Slot key holders coordinate, maintain and supervise the activities of slot machine areas and workers, and provide customer service to patrons.
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Skin Care Specialists (also called Estheticians) provide personal face and body skin care treatments to those who wish to improve or enhance their overall appearance.
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First-line supervisors in the customer service industry are responsible for supervising the work of customer service representatives.
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Explore Liberal Arts Careers
Rather than train you in a specific profession, a liberal arts education teaches you how to think critically and introduces you to art, culture and history from across the world. A liberal arts degree can lead you to a career in communications, design, entertainment, teaching or many other fields. For example, popular English major careers include copywriting, technical writing and journalism. Music education careers can be a great choice if you have a passion for music. A liberal arts bachelor's degree is generally required to land entry-level jobs, while a graduate degree is necessary if you want to teach a liberal arts subject at the university level.