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If you’ve seen the Wolf of Wall Street you’ll have some insight into the fast paced, unpredictable, and adrenaline based world of Investment Banking....
An IT advisory accountant helps companies make the most of their accounting information system.
Jewellers design, make, alter and repair items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings.
Jockeys ride racehorses at race meetings, trial meetings, jump outs and for track work.
Joiners measure, cut, prepare and assemble timber and timber board products to make interior fittings such as kitchen cabinets, doors, window frames and stairs.
Journalists research and write stories about events and topics of interest.
Judges listen to court cases and make decisions on matters of law and, in the absence of a jury, facts.
Kaiwhakaako Maori teach Maori language and culture to primary, intermediate and secondary school students.
Kitchen assistants wash dishes and clean the kitchen and serving areas in eateries.
Land surveyors map the Earth's surface to determine boundaries, locations, topographic features and man-made structures.
Landscape architects plan, design and advise on the construction of urban, rural, residential and public landscapes.
Landscape gardeners develop, maintain and remodel gardens and landscapes.
Legal executives carry out a variety of legal tasks for law firms and other organisations
Legal secretaries word process legal contracts and other legal documents and have administrative responsibilities.
Librarians collect, organise and look after library materials, and make them available to library users.
Auctioneers sell goods, property or livestock on behalf of the owner to people offering the highest price.
Life coaches improve the quality of people's lives by helping them identify steps and take actions to fulfil professional or personal goals.
Lift technicians install, maintain and repair lift and escalator systems.
Lighting technicians set up and operate lamps and other lighting equipment to provide light and special lighting effects in theatres, at events, and for film and television productions.
Line mechanics install, repair and maintain overhead and underground lines.