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Building inspectors advise on and interpret the laws and standards that control the construction of buildings, and ensure that these laws are followed.
Building insulators install or apply special material to buildings or to the exposed surfaces of equipment to prevent or reduce heat, cold, air, sound or moisture.
Bus and coach drivers drive buses with passengers along a set route.
Business analysts research the systems and procedures an organisation uses, and decide if, and how, computer applications and systems could be used to improve business efficiency and productivity.
Butchers cut, prepare and sell meat in a butcher's shop or a supermarket.
Buyers purchase goods to sell in warehouses, shops or department stores.
Cabinet makers make and repair freestanding and building cabinets for clients.
Cafe managers are in charge of cafeterias, cafes, canteens, snack bars or similar food outlets.
Customer call centre representatives answer phone calls about their organisation's products or services
Car park attendants direct, park and supervise customers' cars in a parking area.
Car salespeople sell new or used cars, trucks, and other vehicles.
Cardiac physiologists use a variety of technical equipment to monitor, record and measure the way patients' hearts are working.
Career consultants assist individuals and groups with their career decision-making, and may assist with an individual's self-development and job search.
Caretakers keep places such as schools, apartment blocks and public buildings clean, safe and in good order.
Carpenters work on-site building, repairing and installing structures such as foundations, walls, roofs, windows and doors in large and small buildings.
Carpet cleaners reduce or remove stains and dirt from carpets, mats, rugs and furnishings.
Cashiers are responsible for directly handling monetary transactions.
Casino workers lead and control games played at casinos, calculate winnings and losses, and pay out winning bets.
Caterers manage and co-ordinate the preparation of food for functions or events.
Chauffeurs drive passengers to the places they wish to go, and ensure passengers and their luggage arrive at their destination safely.