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TAB operators sell bets, pay out winning dividends, display sport and race information, support promotions and help customers.
Tailors and dressmakers design, make, alter or repair clothing.
Tax lawyers provide advice to clients regarding all types of direct and indirect taxation.
Taxi drivers drive cars or vans and charge passengers fares to take them from one place to another.
Taxidermists prepare, repair and mount skins and skeletons of animals, birds and fish for display, research or study purposes.
Teacher aides support children's learning at school.
Teachers of English to speakers of other languages (ESOL teachers) teach people from non-English speaking backgrounds how to speak, read, and write in English.
Technical communicators develop and write documents, such as computer software user manuals, business policies, procedures and reports, and content for intranets and the Internet, and present it so users can easily understand it.
Technical writers prepare clear, concisely written documentation that communicates technical information to a target audience.
Telecommunications engineers study, design, test and build telecommunications networks.
Telecommunications technicians install, maintain and repair electronic communications equipment in telecommunication networks and Internet supply systems.
Television presenters introduce, present or host programmes on television.
Tertiary lecturers teach at universities, colleges of education, polytechnics, wānanga and other post-secondary education providers.
Textile designers use traditional and modern textile manufacturing and decoration processes to create textiles for clothing and furnishings.
Textile process operators carry out a variety of tasks in the production of materials such as yarn, cloth and carpet.
Theatre producers manage the production of theatre performances and the running of theatres.
Ticket seller cashiers sell tickets and make bookings for a variety of events and attractions such as entertainment, travel or sport.
Floor and wall tilers lay tiles on internal and external walls and floors.
Timber graders examine dressed or rough-sawn timber and classify it according to quality and size.
Timber machinists set up and operate specialised woodworking machinery to transform wood into finished products such as finger-jointed skirting board, planed timber for furniture and joinery, or surfaced lumber for export.