In Specialty Occupational Outlook: Trade a Technical, you'll learn about 150 high-interest careers -- specially chosen by experts -- that do not require a bachelors degree nor are found in the Department of Labor's Occupational Outlook Handbook.manufacturing firms, especially those that manufacture metal parts, machinery, and transportation equipment. ... They must have the manual dexterity to work with hand and power tools. ... of Labor Statistics, employment of all other precision metal workers including blacksmiths is expected to increase only slightly between 1992 and 2005. ... They examine gemstones using special optical instruments, such as polariscopes, refractometers, and microscopes, to differentiate betweenanbsp;...
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