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As a restaurant owner/manager you are in control of all aspects of a restaurant. You will be busy taking care of customer service issues, ensuring food quality coming from the kitchen is of a high standard and generally making sure the business side of things run smoothly.
As a science journalist you will be reporting on some of the latest discoveries or advancements in science. This might involve writing for a newspaper or magazine, talking on radio or reporting on a television program as a broadcast journalist.
As a senior forestry consultant you will be involved in many different projects to preserve and protect forests. A big part of the job is providing answers to questions about forests and this involves science, research and maths.
As a meteorologist you analyse the atmosphere and how it effects the Earth’s surface. It is your job to provide forecasts, warnings, information and advice on weather and the climate. You can also cover fire forecasting during summer to inform fire authorities and assist with their operations.
As a simulation coordinator you are in charge of medical courses that use equipment to replicate real life situations. A big part of the job involves using mannequins that have life-like qualities such as a heartbeat and blood pressure for training purposes.
Your role as a solar energy researcher will help implement renewable energy in Australia and potentially around the world. Renewable energy is a rapidly growing industry area that uses natural resources to provide electricity and heating.
As a spatial scientist you have a wide range of skills so that you can create maps and images of the landscape. This may involve using information from technologies such as satellite images, aerial photos and GPS devices to provide a range of industries with geographical information.
As a special education teacher you will be working with students who have a physical or intellectual disability or other learning difficulties. Your role is to provide students with tailored learning opportunities that help them reach their full potential.
As a speech pathologist you will be treating people who have a communication difficulty. The patients you see can be any age and may have a range of problems with speech or might not be able to swallow food or drink properly.