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Transportation/Logistics Manager

Transportation/logistics managers oversee warehouse, inventory control, material handling, customer service, transportation, and planning workers. They hire, train and evaluate employees. Managers prepare worker schedules and ensure warehousing and distribution workers follow safety rules.
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Buyer/Purchasing Agent

A purchasing agent obtains purchased items by forwarding orders to suppliers, verifies receipt of items, resolves shipments in error with suppliers, and authorizes payment for purchases by forwarding receiving documentation.
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General Operations Manager

A General Operations Manager's role is to implement processes and practices across an organization.
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Industrial Engineer

Industrial engineers prevent waste and inefficiency in production processes. They will design efficient systems that integrate workers, information, machines, energy, and materials to make products or provide services.
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Maintenance Manager

Maintenance managers supervise the repair and maintenance of buildings and installed mechanical equipment, as well as ensure timely installation and upkeep of the company's property and systems like elevators in order to ensure operational effectiveness.
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Construction Manager

Construction managers oversee and direct construction projects from conception to completion.
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Architect

Architects create designs for new construction projects, alterations and redevelopments using construction knowledge and high-level drawing skills to design buildings that are functional, safe, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing.
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Civil Engineer

Civil engineers oversees the design and implementation of large building projects.
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Engineer

Construction engineers are a civil engineer who oversees the design and implementation of large building projects.
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Project Manager

Construction project managers oversee all aspects of the building process, working closely with engineers and architects to develop plans, establish timetables, and determine labor and material costs. They are responsible for ensuring the project is completed on budget and within scope.
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Training Specialist

Training specialists design training programs to help organizations train employees.
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Cyber-Security Analyst

Cyber security analysts plan and carry out security measures to protect a company's computer networks and systems). They keep constant tabs on threats and monitor their organization's networks for any breaches in security.
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Applications Developer

An application developer is responsible for developing and modifying source code for software applications. These applications are aimed at aiding customers with computer tasks or programs.
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Systems Software Developer

Systems software developers develop and implement applications and programs for the backend processing systems used in businesses and organizations.
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Database Administrator

Database administrators are responsible for physical database design, security enforcement, and database performance.
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QA Analyst/Tester

QA analysts/testers are responsible for the testing phase of the production process to ensure that final products meet the company standards. Duties include identifying whether products are functional, reliable, and meet the end user's expectations.
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Programmer

Programmers are responsible for writing the code that makes up computer software. They are tasked with defining the workflow of a program, writing the code, testing the program functionality, and creating documentation for the program.
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Technical Writer

Technical writers develop product manuals, how-to guides, website help sections, journal articles, and other content that distills technical information.
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Information Systems Manager

Information systems managers are responsible for the secure and effective operation of all computer systems, related applications, hardware and software that is used within a wide range of public and private sector organizations.
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Network Architect

Network architects develop and implement computer network systems for large or small companies.
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Network/Systems Administrator

Network/systems administrators are responsible for the day-to-day operation of networks. They organize, install, and support an organization's computer systems, including local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), network segments, intranets, and other data communication systems.
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Network/Systems Analyst

Network/systems analysts are computer experts who prepare computers in a network, which enables the computers to be able to work together and share information. Analysts make hardware and software configurations for businesses by analyzing their needs in order to help them achieve their network system goals.
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Support Manager

Support managers supervise the maintenance and security of technical services and information within an organization.
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QC Manager

Quality control managers supervise staff, oversee product development procedures to ensure that products meet quality and efficiency standards, and work with clients to ensure the final products meet their needs and requirements.
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Engineering Technician

Engineering technicians provide technical support to engineers during the design of manufacturing processes for a production facility.
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Occupational Therapist

An occupational therapist helps impaired individuals reach their career potential and patients who have sustained an injury to enhance their life and job skills.
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Physical Therapist

A physical therapist treats patients with conditions or injuries that limit their physical abilities and provides rehabilitation treatment tailored to the individual patient's needs.
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Medical/Health Service Manager

Medical/health services managers are professionals who specialize in managing facilities that provide medical and health-related services.
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Registered Nurse (RN to BSN)

Registered nurses (RN to BSN) provide many services depending on their areas of specialization and their work environment. RNs provide care for the patients as well as assisting physicians in providing treatment to patients in various medical settings.
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Nurse Practitioner

Nurse practitioners are advanced practice nurses that help with all aspects of patient care, including diagnosis, treatments and consultations.
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Dental Hygienist

Dental hygienists work in dentists' offices and use techniques, skills, and concepts of dental care to clean patients' teeth and give instruction in proper dental hygiene.
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Registered Nurse

Registered nurses (RNs) are employed by hospitals, physicians' offices, nursing homes, clinics, and other medical facilities.
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Engineering Technologist

Engineering technologists assist engineers in creating systems to make a product or provide a service.
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Engineering Manager

Engineering managers are responsible for solving engineering issues, proposing budgets for projects, preparing progress reports, answering technical questions, training new employees, and working with other departments.
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Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing engineers plan and design systems for producing a product.
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General Operations Manager

General operations managers plan, direct, and coordinate the operations of an organization.
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