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Flight attendants make sure that passengers travelling in aeroplanes are safe and comfortable.
Floor covering installers lay, replace and repair floor coverings such as carpet, linoleum, vinyl and wooden flooring.
Florists design and prepare and sell flower arrangements.
Flying instructors teach people how to fly aeroplanes, helicopters or other aircraft.
Food and beverage managers are responsible for the operation of all food and beverage outlets and services in a hotel or conference centre.
Food counter assistants prepare, serve and sell fresh food and drinks to customers in delicatessens, cafes, fast food outlets, supermarkets, canteens or snack bars.
Food technologists research new food and beverage products.
Foreign policy officers represent New Zealand's interests overseas and provide policy advice to the Government on foreign affairs and trade issues.
A forensic accountant performs investigative accounting and litigation support.
Forensic scientists apply scientific knowledge and skills to investigating crimes.
Foresters plan and direct the planting, growth, harvesting and protection of forests meant for wood production.
Forestry workers, contractors and mensuration officers are concerned with the planting, pruning, maintaining, harvesting and measuring of logs.
Fork-lift operators operate vehicles that have a lifting platform for shifting and stacking heavy articles.
Freight forwarders deal with arranging the national and international movement of goods.
Funeral directors/embalmers organise and direct funerals and hygienically prepare human bodies for burial, cremation or visitation by families.
Furniture packers/movers pack and move furniture and equipment between households, offices and storage places.
Gardeners plant and maintain lawns, trees, shrubs and flowers in public or private gardens and parks.
General labourers do a variety of manual tasks on worksites such as forests, gardens, construction sites and roads
General practitioners diagnose and treat the health problems of individuals and families in the community. They are also involved in screening at-risk groups for diseases such as cervical cancer and diabetes.
Geographers study patterns resulting from the relationship between human activities and the Earth's surface; they study locations to learn more about the world.