An airplane mechanic diagnoses, adjusts, repairs, and overhauls all types of aircraft engines, and assemblies.
Airline pilots are responsible for flying and navigating various aircraft, including airplanes and helicopters. They operate and control the aircraft along planned routes, managing takeoffs and landings.
Anesthesiologists are Doctors of Medicine (MDs) that concentrate on the care of surgical patients and pain relief.
An audiologist is a professional skilled in evaluating both auditory and vestibular (e.g., balance) disorders, using specialized equipment and software.
Auto Body Technicians ensure safe, high-quality automotive repairs by developing comprehensive repair plans for each vehicle. Auto Body Technicians carry out a range of repairs, from hammering out minor dents to windshield replacement, complete rebuilds, and paint jobs.


Biological technicians help biological and medical scientists conduct laboratory tests and experiments.


A cardiologist is a physician who treats heart diseases and defects as well as providing preventative care and diagnosis of the cardiovascular system.
Commercial airline pilots pilot and navigate fixed-wing aircraft on nonscheduled air carrier routes, or helicopters.


A dentist is a doctorate-level medical professional who treats the teeth and gums of his or her patients, including preventative care and maintenance for oral health, and treating acute problems such as filling cavities, performing root canals, and treating tooth decay.
Diesel service technicians specialize in the maintenance and repair of large commercial vehicles, predominantly diesel-powered, such as semi-trucks and buses.