A Worm Farmer breeds and manages large amounts of worms for commercial sale, or to produce specialized byproducts, such as fertilizer.
A Shed Hand assists the different kinds of shearers and wool classers by handling the animals, clearing away fleeces and tidying the sheds.
A nursery farm worker oversees the health of newly weaned livestock, such as piglets, to ensure good growth in the first few weeks and months of their lives.
A fishing hand works on a commercial fishing vessel and assists with tasks such as preparing nets, processing the fish and keeping the ship clean
A farm manager takes charge of a farm and does the daily planning, organizing, administration and supervising of all the farm workers on behalf of the farmer
An aquaculturist is in charge of the farming of aquatic organisms, including culturing and growing freshwater and marine fish, shellfish, and aquatic plants.
A youth program coordinator is responsible for the management of educational programs to keep the youth involved and informed about specific causes.
A program officer works for a non-profit organization to oversee the development of programs and learning activities.
A lecturer achieved a high level of knowledge and experience in a particular field and uses that knowledge to educate tertiary level students.
A professor is someone who achieved a high level of knowledge and experience in a particular field, and uses that knowledge to educate students.