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Vessel managers plan, organise and co-ordinate the operations and crew of one or more fishing boats.
Veterinarians treat sick and injured animals, provide general animal care, and advise clients about health care and disease prevention for pets and farm (production) animals.
Veterinary nurses help in the examination, treatment and rehabilitation of sick and injured animals.
Visual merchandisers arrange products and make displays in shops, shop windows and at events to attract the attention of customers.
Volcanologists study volcanoes and monitor volcanic activity.
Waiters and waitresses serve food and drinks in restaurants, hotels, clubs or other eating places.
Wardrobe people make, arrange and care for costumes and accessories worn in television, theatre or film.
A warehouse manager supervises a product storage facility or distribution centre.
Warehouse workers/storepeople receive, check, store and send out goods from a warehouse, business or organisation.
Watchmakers and repairers clean, repair and assemble mechanical or electronic timepieces such as watches and clocks.
Water resources engineers design, organise and supervise the building and repair of structures such as dams, canals and irrigation systems.
Water/waste water treatment operators operate water and waste water treatment plants and equipment.
Weavers may use mechanical or manual looms to weave cloth, rugs and carpet, or work by hand to produce woven items.
Website administrators set up and maintain the hardware and software required to run websites, and co-ordinate and maintain the creation of content.
Website developers design, produce and maintain websites.
Window cleaners clean the windows and other glass surfaces of buildings such as houses, shops, schools, offices and hospitals.
Winemakers make wine from grapes and other fruit. They develop new wine styles and work to improve the wine quality.
Wood processing workers perform practical tasks in a sawmill or timber yard, which may include operating machinery to cut and process logs into timber.
Export wool buyers assess and value wool sold by farmers through merchant and country wool buyers, and auctions.
Merchant wool buyers collect, assess and value wool being sold by farmers.