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Speech-language therapists assess and treat people who have problems with verbal communication.
Sport coaches work with individual athletes and teams to help them increase their sporting skills, abilities, and knowledge in order to participate in competitions and events.
Sports officials enforce rules during sporting events or judge the performance of those taking part.
Spraying contractors enter into contracts with clients to spray plants or land with chemicals that help or prevent growth of weeds, crops and other plants.
Statisticians collect, analyse, interpret, then present numerical information to assist in decision-making.
Sterilising technicians process medical equipment and instruments.
Stevedores operate a variety of heavy machinery to load, unload, tally and stow the cargo of a ship.
Stonemasons work with stone and rock to make structures such as houses, walls and paving.
Store managers are responsible for the daily performance of their store, ensuring that monetary goals are met and employees are productive and happy.
Street/park cleaners sweep and clean streets, gutters, footpaths, and other public areas such as parks and car parks.
Structural engineers analyse, design and manage the construction of a range of load-bearing structures.
Studgrooms/stablegrooms exercise, feed and care for horses at a stable, and keep the stable and the stable yard clean.
Stuntpeople use special stunt equipment to perform dangerous activities for film, television and commercials. They may also act as a body double for other actors.
Sub-editors check magazine, journal or newspaper articles, books, Internet content or other resources and prepare them for publication.
Surfboard shapers design, make and repair surfboards.
Surgeons consult with patients and operate on people to treat and manage disease, injuries and physical deformities.
Survey interviewers collect facts and opinions by interviewing people. They conduct interviews for market research companies and other organisations.
Survey technicians measure and study land under the direction of a land surveyor or engineer.
Systems administrators look after computer hardware, software, networks and operating systems.
Systems analysts research the systems and procedures an organisation uses.