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A Mechanic is responsible for inspecting and repairing vehicles, machinery, and light trucks. Also known as Service Technicians, these professionals oversee maintenance inspections, monitor inventory, assemble mechanical components, and perform repairs.
Business jobs fit within a broad category, but they usually involve helping a company reach its financial goals. They can work in various fields like marketing, accounting, and finance.
Providing informal counseling, support, and follow-up. Advocating for local health needs. Providing health services, such as monitoring blood pressure and providing first aid. Making home visits to chronically ill patients, pregnant women and nursing mothers, individuals at high risk of health problems, and the elderly.
General laborers are workers who take up various supporting tasks in warehouses, construction sites, factories, or other settings. General Labor workers may have an important assisting role in constructing highways, buildings, or other structures, and they may also transport materials and equipment. Their duties include loading and unloading tools or raw materials, assembling scaffolding or other pieces of equipment.
A Warehouse Worker receives and dispatches merchandise to and from a warehouse. Warehouse Workers load and unload outgoing and incoming delivery vehicles. Warehouse Workers select products from the warehouse, load, and secure goods to pallets, move inventory to the delivery area, and load merchandise. Warehouse Workers unload stock from delivery vehicles, and transport it to and store it in designated warehouse positions.
Drivers operate vehicles or tractor-trailers to deliver or transport company products and materials. While most of the drivers' time has spent on the road to a destination, they also perform unloading and loading duties once they arrive at a warehouse. CDL, forklift, delivery, etc.