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ONLY LOW SCORE DIRECTIONS OF ALL FACTORS
Low Score Direction (A) He is stiff, cool, skeptical, and aloof. He likes things rather than people, working alone, and avoiding compromises of viewpoints. He is likely to be precise and “rigid” in his way of doing things and in personal standards, and in many occupations these are desirable traits. He may tend, at times, to be critical, obstructive, or hard. Low Score Direction (B) He is slow to learn & grasp, dull, and given to concrete & literal interpretation. His dullness may be simply a reflection of low intelligence, or it may represent poor functioning due to psychopathology. Low Score Direction (C) He has a low frustration tolerance for unsatisfactory conditions. He is changeable & plastic, and evades necessary reality demands. He is neurotically fatigued, fretful, easily emotional & annoyed, dissatisfied, and may complain of neurotic symptoms (phobias, sleep disturbances, psychosomatic complaints, etc.). Low Score Direction (E) He gives way to others, and is docile & conforming. He is often dependent, confessing, and anxious for obsessional correctness. This passivity is part of many neurotic syndromes. Low Score Direction (F) He tends to be restrained, reticent, and introspective. He is sometimes dour, pessimistic, unduly deliberate, and considered smug and primly correct by observers. He tends to be a sober, dependable person. Low Score Direction (G) He is unsteady in his purpose. He is often casual and lacking in effort for group undertaking and cultural demands. His freedom from group influence may lead to anti-social acts, but at times makes him more effective, while his refusal to be bound by rules causes him to have less somatic upset from stress. Low Score Direction (H) He is shy, withdrawing, cautious, and retiring. He usually has inferiority feelings. He tends to be slow & impeded in speech and in expressing himself, dislikes occupations with personal contacts, prefers one or two close friends to large groups, and is not given to keeping in contact with all that is going around him. Low Score Direction (I) He is practical, realistic, masculine, independent, responsible but skeptical of subjective & cultural elaborations. He is sometime unmoved, hard, cynical, and smug. He tends to keep a group operating on a practical and realistic “no-nonsense” basis. Low Score Direction (J = L) He is free of jealous tendencies, and is adaptable, cheerful, & un-competitive. He is concerned about other people, and is a good team worker. Low Score Direction (M) He is anxious to do the right things, attentive to practical matters, and subject to the dictation of what is obviously possible. He is concerned over detail, able to keep his head in emergencies, but is unimaginative at times. Low Score Direction (N) He is unsophisticated, sentimental and simple. He is sometimes crude and awkward, but easily pleased and content with what comes, and is natural and spontaneous. Low Score Direction (O) He tends to be placid, with unshakable nerve. He has a mature, unanxious confidence in himself and in his capacity to deal with things. He is resilient and secure, but to the point of being insensitive when a group is not going along with him, due to which he may evoke antipathies and distrust. Low Score Direction (Q1) He is confident in what he has been taught to believe, and accepts the “tried and true”, despite inconsistencies, when something else might be better. He is cautious and compromising in regard to new ideas. Thus, he tends to oppose and postpone change, is inclined to go along with tradition, is more conservative in religion and tends not to be interested in analytical or “intellectual” thought.
He tends to go along with the group and may be lacking in individual resolution. and impractical. ignore danger signals.Low Score Direction (Q2) He prefers to work and make decisions with other people. hostile or extrapunitive. He is not overly considerate. He likes occupations where he has to deal with people. and better able to maintain solid group morale. and plans his activities. soft-hearted. relaxed. and feminine. self assured. . a fast learner. high tension level may disrupt school and work performance. persevering. a law to himself. and he likes socially impressive situations. He tends to be” pushy” and actively interested in the opposite sex. He dislikes crude people and rough occupations. However. authoritarian (managing others). Low Score Direction (Q4) He is sedate. and independent-minded. High Score Direction (G) He tends to be exacting in character. Conversely. He has a higher scholastic mental capacity (there is some correlation of intelligence with the level of culture. his over satisfaction can lead to laziness and low performance (in the sense that low motivation produces little trial and error). In some situations. and is a poor team member. Low Score Direction (Q3) He is not bothered by control and regard for social demands. Sometimes he may make a resigned adjustment to unsolved emotional problems. day-dreams. He tends to slow up group performance. High Score Direction (H) He is sociable. mental life. is self-opinionated. High Score Direction (I) He is tender-minded. He is chosen as an elected leader. and is intelligent. High Score Direction (J = L) He is mistrusting and doubtful. unruffled. frank. He is usually deliberate in his actions. His “thickskinned-ness” enables him to face wear and tear in dealing with people and grueling emotional situations without fatigue. easy-going. fastidious. dominated by a sense of duty. he can be careless of details. realistic about life. likes and depends on social approval and admiration. He is not necessarily gregarious (a group person) by choice. He is often involved in his own ego. He readily forms active groups and is generous. He may be impulsive and mercurial. He tends to be austere. stable. and abundant in emotional response. and he prefers hard-working people to witty companions. dependent. effervescent. active. possessing ego strength. High Score Direction (B) He is quick to grasp ideas. spontaneous. and to upset group morale by unrealistic fussiness. and is artistic. High Score Direction (E) He is assertive. or painstaking. ONLY HIGH SCORE DIRECTIONS OF ALL FACTORS High Score Direction (A) He is good natured. attentive to people. bold. unconcerned about other people. talkative. In personal relations he is less afraid of criticism. and consume much time talking. and emotionally expressive (hence naturally compromises on viewpoints). His adjustment may be inadequate/inappropriate. High Score Direction (C) He is emotionally mature. responsible. and carefree. and moralistic. He is ready to cooperate. rather he needs group support. and some with alertness). and kindly adaptable. expressive. and disregards authority High Score Direction (F) He tends to be cheerful. He is usually conscientious. and interested in an internal. careful. and better able to remember names of people. and satisfied (not frustrated). composed. ready to try new things. is impatient. Sometimes he demands attention and help.
His frustration represents an excess of stimulated.respect” and regard for social reputation. worldly. concerned with “essentials.High Score Direction (M) He is unconcerned over everyday matters. imaginatively creative. .motivated. and brooding. accustomed to going his own way. High Score Direction (Q1) He is interested in intellectual matters and has doubts on fundamental issues. He tends to be more well informed. He has an intellectual. He discounts public opinion. High Score Direction (N) He is polished. and evidences what is commonly termed “self. but is not necessarily dominant in his relations with others. experienced. His inner-directed interests sometimes lead to unrealistic situations accompanied by expressive outbursts. In groups he takes a poor view of the degree of unity. He can make an effective leader. and more tolerant of inconvenience and change. High Score Direction (O) He tends to be depressed and moody. He is often hardheaded and analytical. self. unsentimental approach to situations. orderliness and leadership. full of foreboding. He is a worrier. is inclined to be socially aware and careful. less inclined to moralize. but undischarged. or feel free to participate in groups. restless. He does not feel accepted in groups. excitable. but unable to remain inactive. and shrewd. drive. He is often fatigued. High Score Direction (Q3) He has strong control over his emotions and general behavior. His individuality tends to cause him to be rejected in group activities. He is skeptical and inquiring regarding ideas. At times he tends to be obstinate. fretful. High Score Direction (Q2) He is temperamentally independent. and impatient. making decisions and taking action on his own.” and oblivious of particular people and physical realities. High Score Direction (Q4) He tends to be tense. an approach akin to cynicism. He does not dislike people but simply does not need their agreement or support. His anxiety in difficulties is childlike. more inclined to experiment in life generally.
Actuary. Patent agent. Engineering pattern maker. Clinical psychologist. Choreographer. Environmental health officer. Dietician. Nurse. Midwife. pilot(coastal). Hydrographic surveyor. Fisheries officer. Prosthetics engineer. Builder’s merchant. Hydrologist. Programmer. Quality surveyor. Pharmacologist. Diver. Shop fitter. Meteorologist. Accountant. Artist. Negotiator. Building society manager. Aromatherapist. Sound engineer. Prison officer. Industrial nurse. Housing manager. Farm manager. Economist. Dental technician. Drycleaner. Veterinary surgeon. Purser. chemist. Management consultant. Explosives expert. Mechanic. Bacteriologist. animal nurse. Telecommunications engineer. Locomotive engineer. Biomedical engineer. Instrument maker. Train driver. Dermatologist. Arts administrator. Cashier. Orthodontist. Laboratory technician. Patent examiner. Orthoptist. Immunologist. Court reporter. Aeronautical technician. Geologist. Automobile technician. Architect. Bilingual secretary. Surgeon. Psychiatric. Genealogist. Barperson. Geochemist. Currency trader. Property negotiator. Stockbroker. computer technician. Technical representative. Music producer. Biologist. Nuclear physicist. Book critic. Soldier. Anaesthetist. Architectural technician. Instrument and control engineer. Customs officer. Audiology technician. Information scientist. Auctioneer. Merchant seaman. 2. Pathologist. Armed forces personnel. Camera repairer. Food hygiene inspector. Engineering technician. Funeral director. Civil engineer. Pool and spa operator. IMAGINATIVE Actor. Car body designer. Forensic psychologist. Securities analyst. Electronics engineer. Underwriter. Dentist. Forensic pathologist. Occupational psychologist. Photographic technician. Acupuncturist. Art therapist. Bursar. Advertising copywriter. Veterinary nurse. Maintenance technician. Mechanical engineer. Air hostess. Company secretary. Racing car driver. Neurosurgeon. Materials scientist. Electrician. Electrical engineer. Marine biologist. Miller. Armed forces officer. Building inspector. Insurance agent. Work study officer. Statistician. Atronomer. Operational researcher. Broker. Rating valuation officer. Agricultural mechanic. Piano teacher. Business consultant. Art dealer. Oil rig worker. Appliance repairer. Physicist. Shipping and forwarding officer. Dental nurse. Clown. Purchasing manager. Office manager. Ergonomist. Financial analyst. Barrister. Aeronautical engineer. Ophthalmic optician. Administrator. Book illustrator. Health visitor. Health services administrator. Stock controller. Mathematician. Astronaut. Nutritionist. Buyer. Publican. Building society assistant. Carpenter. Locksmith. Television engineer. CD-ROM producer. Accounting technician. Civil servant. Welder. Principal nursing officer. Transport manager. Ambulance crew. Medical records officer. FACTUAL Accident assessor. Agriculturalist. Brewer. Hospital physicist. Metallurgist. clerk.Bank clerk. Homeopath. Scientific instrument maker. Cabinet maker. computer hardware designer. Paramedic. Optician (dispensing) . Author. Cartoon animator. Security officer. Doctor of medicine. Radiographer. Guard. Dispensing optician. Commercial account manager. Recording engineer. Navigating officer. Tax inspector. Microbiologist. Beautician. Surveyor. Ballet dancer. Bank manager. Pilot(airplane). chemical technician. Police dog handler. Chemical technologist. Forensic scientist. Dental hygienist. Science teacher. Tool maker. Obstetrician. Lighting technician. Art restorer. Physical education teacher. Plumber. Coroner. Cryptographer.Organization and methods officer. Traffic warden. . Heating engineer. Quality inspector. Financial controller. Cost accountant. Cinema manager. Systems analyst. Chef. Building surveyor. Sailor. Air traffic controller. Insurance adjuster. Quality controller. Auditor. Dental assistant. Zoologist. Pharmacist. Turf accountant.PROFESSIONS SUITED AS PER PERSONALITY 1. Geneticist.
Novelist. Linguist. Receptionist. Masseur/Masseuse. Clown. Medical representative. Merchant seaman. Liberal studies teacher. Furniture maker. Management consultant. Set designer. Piano tuner. Studio assistant. Personal trainer. Confectioner. Space salesperson. Poster designer. Philosopher. Jockey. Compositor. Production manager. Film reviewer. Osteopath. Milliner. Medical illustrator. Museum assistant. Demonstrator. Merchandiser. Renovator. Foreign correspondent. Writer. Dancer. Freelance writer. Press agent. Psychoanalyst. Producer(films). Nursery nurse. Foreign language teacher. Poet. Outplacement consultant. Piano teacher. Tiler. Beautician. Technical writer. Designer. Industrial designer. Poster designer. Interpreter. Session musician. Baker. Jewellery maker. English language designer. Freelance writer. Photographer. Recording engineer. Aerobics instructor. Restorer. Technical illustrator. Session musician. Psychiatric social worker. Restorer. Aromatherapist. Film projectionist. Merchandiser. Choreographer. Sculptor. Music therapist. Psychotherapist. Dressmaker. Space salesperson. Librarian. Television production assistant. Display artist. Picture framer. Taxidermist. Sports coach. Mathematician. Linguist. Dancer. Sign writer. fashion buyer. Drama teacher. Play leader. Fly Person(theatre). Soldier. Market researcher. Graphic designer. Training officer. Dance instructor. Designer. Photographer. Pattern cutter. Speech therapist. Tailor. Interior designer. Reporter. Politician. Stage manager. Comic illustrator. Air hostess. Liberal studies teacher. Fashion designer. Roofer. Nanny. Editorial cartoonist. Press agent. Waiter/Waitress. Speech therapist. Social scientist. Community social worker. Dance instructor. World processor operator. Auctioneer. Cultural anthropologist. Counselor. Publicity agent. Play leader. Conference organizer. Printer. Fashion designer . Interviewer. Zoo keeper. Upholsterer. Curator. Nature conservancy warden. Picture framer. Literary critic. Graphic designer. Decorator. Remedial teacher. Potter. Maitre d’. Director(media). Ecologist. Silversmith. Teacher of art/craft. Model (fashion). Currency trader. Picture framer. Journalist. Interpreter. Telephonist. Computer animator. Minister of religion. Drug and alcohol counselor. Editor(newspapers). Reporter. Hairdresser. Medical secretary. Makeup artist.Club manager. Psychiatrist. Set designer. Language teacher. Foreign correspondent. Negotiator. Music producer. Philosopher. Toy maker. Milliner. Florist. Musician. computer game designer. Purchasing manager. Marketing manager. Racing car driver. Thatcher. Ballet dancer. Hairdresser. Potter. Foreign language teacher. Sales executive. Stone mason. Plasterer . Milkman. Plasterer . sales trainer. Translator. Public relations executive. Oil rig worker. English language teacher. Editor. Occupational therapist. Watch repairer. Copywriter. Dresser(stage). Musician. Engraver. Dresser(stage). Publisher. Jewellery maker. Solicitor. Science teacher. Sculptor. Sales trainer. Nursery nurse. Social worker. fashion buyer. Car body designer. Novelist. Journalist. Broker. Display artist. Nanny. Receptionist. Disc jockey. Production manager. Market gardener. Psychoanalyst. Barperson. Model (fashion). Disc jockey. Counselor. Entertainments officer. 3. Physiotherapist. Sailor. Exhibition organizer. Information officer. Property negotiator. Chimney sweep. Book critic. Renovator. Theatre administrator. Stage hand. Flight attendant. Saddler. Vision mixer. Courier. Fund raiser. Design engineer. Poet. Vocational counselor. Caterer. Stunt performer. Psychiatric social worker. SPONTANEOUS Actor. Science writer. landscape architect. Physical education teacher. Nurse. Science writer. Computer game designer. Interior designer. Literary critic. Drama teacher. Piano tuner. Editor(newspaper). Fly person(theater). Scriptwriter. Psychotherapist Publican. Jockey. Travel agent. Model maker. Library assistant. Window dresser. Reflexologist. Physiotherapist. Leisure centre staff. Dressmaker. Chef. Maitre d’. Music therapist. Optician (dispensing). Stage hand. Florist. . Publicity agent. Literary agent. Secretary/pa. Postman/woman. Tracer. Urban planner. Elementary school teacher. Sports official. Illustrator. Salesperson. Language teacher. Editorial cartoonist. Masseur/Masseuse. Makeup artist. Scriptwriter.
Marine biologist. Studio assistant. Microbiologist.Nuclear physicist. Bank clerk. Writer. Geneticist. obstetricians. Lawyer. Chemical technologist. Housing manager. Estate manager. Design engineer. Occupational therapist. landscape architect. Farm manager. Midwife. Archivist. Probation officer. Cartoon animator. Economist. Prison officer. Conservation officer. Building inspector. Maintenance technician. Locksmith. Economist. Financial controller. Coastguard. Grocer. Quality inspector. Quality controller. Operational researcher. Information scientist. Dentist. Quality inspector. Diver. Stone mason. Ecologist. Ophthalmic optician. Secretary/pa. Reflexologist. Purser. Organization and methods officer. Meteorologist. Acupuncturist. Notary public . Explosives expert. Office manager. Pathologist. Electrical engineer. Insurance agent. Patent agent. Health services administrator. Miner. Programmer. Agricultural mechanic. Geochemist. Panel Beater. Television production assistant. Air traffic controller. Employment officer. Industrial nurse. DELIBERATE Accident assessor. Legal executive. Hydrologist. Mechanical engineer. Dental nurse. Saddler. Justices clerk. Industrial designer. Post office clerk. Scientific instrument maker. Agriculturalist. Cryptographer.Stage manager. Photographic technician. Civil engineer. Anaesthetist. Cashier. Administrator. Pharmacologist. Architect. Upholsterer. Physicist. Metallurgist. . Securities analyst. Electronics engineer. Gunsmith. chemist. Compositor. Draughtsperson. Electrician. Computer animator. Market gardener. Merchant seaman. 4. Dermatologist. Electronics engineer. Dispensing optician. Medical records officer. office cleaner. Editor. Doctor of medicine. Telephonist. Patent examiner. Chiropodist. Biomedical engineer. chemical technician. Furniture maker. Accounting technician. Cabinet maker. Marine biologist. Ecologist. Reflexologist. office machinery mechanic. Ground person. Medical records officer. Prosthetics engineer. Pharmacist. Pilot(airplane). Illustrator. Firefighter. Cost accountant. Osteopath. Nature conservancy warden. Building society manager. Forensic pathologist. Curator. Guard. Orthoptist. Railway guard. Architectural technician. Forensic psychologist Fund raiser. Radiographer. Library assistant. Horologist. Model maker. Orthodontist. Genealogist. Quality surveyor. Market researcher. Systems analyst. Stunt performer. Funeral director. Instrument maker. Building society assistant. Occupational psychologist. Hydrographic surveyor. pilot(coastal). Engineering technician. Police officer. Materials scientist. Medical secretary. Merchant seaman. Aeronautical technician. clerk. Microbiologist. Librarian. Lighting technician. Miner. Stockbroker. Bank manager. Aeronautical engineer. Civil servant. Psychiatrist. Embalmer. Locomotive engineer. Atronomer. Quality controller. Immunologist. Botanist. Driver. Mechanical engineer. Publisher. Pattern cutter. Printer. Actuary. Mechanic. Flight attendant. Company secretary. Rating valuation officer. Embalmer. Homeopath. Paramedic. Customer services manager. Fisheries officer. Quality surveyor. Metallurgist. Dental hygienist. Midwife. Quality inspector. computer technician. Editor. Literary agent. Financial analyst. Bricklayer. Tailor. computer technician. Court reporter. Medical illustrator. Shepherd. Mechanic. Ambulance crew. Cartographer. Employment officer. Marketing manager. Managing director. Mental nurse. Window dresser. Zoologist. Museum assistant. Market gardener. Radiographer. Coroner. Astronaut. Principal nursing officer. Laboratory technician. Materials scientist. Computer systems analyst. computer hardware designer. Public relations executive. Neurosurgeon. Meteorologist. Security officer. Art restorer. Accountant. Cinema manager. nutritionist. Transport manager. Geologist. Outplacement consultant. CD-ROM producer. Mental nurse. Quality surveyor. Technical representative. Rating valuation officer. Building demolition expert. Engineering pattern maker. Environmental health officer. Building surveyor. Instrument and control engineer. Criminologist. Navigating officer. Health visitor. Medical secretary. Translator. Marketing manager. Quality controller. Waiter/Waitress. Ergonomist. Market researcher. Bursar. Insurance adjuster. Radiographer. Producer(films). Electrical engineer. Turf accountant. Dental assistant. Electrician. Hospital physicist. Auditor. Teacher of art/craft. Food hygiene inspector. Judge. Dental technician.
Customs officer. Drama teacher. Archivist. Social worker. Architectural technician. Scientific instrument maker. Outplacement consultant. Thatcher. Demonstrator. 6. Merchandiser Midwife. Toy maker. Importer/exporter. Bookbinder. Cartoon animator. Personal trainer. Tiler. Silversmith. Cultural anthropologist. Purchasing manager. Securities analyst. Compositor . Principal nursing officer. Art dealer. Chiropodist. College admissions counsellor. 5. Sales manager. Ballet dancer. Sculptor. Drycleaner. Cinema manager. Hotel manager. Space salesperson. Managing director. Community social worker. Astronaut. Dentist. Underwriter. Jockey. Cost accountant. chemical technician Chemical technologist.Estate agent. Broker. Taxidermist. Social worker. Antique dealer. Baker. Drama teacher. Interviewer. Director(media). Insurance agent. Criminologist. Chimney sweep. Dentist. Publisher. Curator. Train driver. Psychiatric social worker. Traffic warden. Cabinet maker. Tax inspector.Saddler. Biologist. Book illustrator. Optician (dispensing). Urban planner. Architect. Art restorer. Currency trader. Agricultural mechanic. Atronomer. Disc jockey. Confectioner. Industrial relations officer. Editor(newspaper). Customer services manager. Union negotiator. Union negotiator. Audiology technician. Bus driver. Auditor. Cashier. Pharmacist. Bricklayer. Grocer. Customs officer. Human resources manager. Railway guard. Stunt performer. Management consultant. Disc jockey. Director(media). Armed forces officer. Company secretary. Telecommunications engineer. Farm manager. Public relations executive. Truck driver. Publicity agent. Currency trader. . Conservation officer. Press agent. Caterer. Business consultant. Director(media). . Tracer. Judge. Cryptographer. Funeral director. Surveyor. Carpenter Cartographer. Chief executive. Veterinary nurse. Exhibition organizer. Chef. Sales trainer. Vision mixer. Sign writer. Work study officer. Buyer. Auctioneer. Welder. Physical education teacher. Umpire. Automobile technician. Golf professional. Technical representive. Politician. Property negotiator. Office manager. salesperson. Building inspector. Bilingual secretary. clerk Clinical psychologist Clown. Secretary/pa. . Barrister. Ambulance crew. Statistician. Editor(newspaper). Training officer. Word processor officer. CD-ROM producer. Bicycle repairer. animal nurse. Arborist. Conference organizer. . computer technician. Child care worker. Surgeon. Coroner. Air traffic controller. Security officer. Fund raiser. Commercial account manager. Dentist. PASSIVE Accounting technician. Bank manager. Art therapist. Maitre d’. Computer game designer. Umpire. Book seller. Financial controller. Acupuncturist. ASSERTIVE Accountant. Market researcher. Customs officer. Head teacher. Aromatherapist. Theatre administrator. Stock controller. Blacksmith/Farrier. Literary critic. Coastguard. Reporter. Boat builder. Negotiator. Work study officer. Animal keeper. Fashion buyer. careers adviser. Drama teacher. Botanist. Foreign correspondent. Literary agent. Demonstrator. Shepherd. Community warden. Club manager. Cruise director. Barperson. Tool maker. Sound engineer. Veterinary surgeon. Occupational psychologist. Disc jockey. Drycleaner. Medical representative. Editor(newspaper). Shipping and forwarding officer. Lawyer. Estate manager. Aeronautical technician. Travel agent. Estate agent. Building society assistant. Sports coach. Production manager. Stage manager. Watch repairer. Racing car driver. Marketing manager. Sales executive. Bacteriologist. Aerobics instructor. Advertising executive. Osteopath. Company secretary. Currency trader. Building demolition expert. Music producer. Television engineer. Minister of religion. . Information officer. Air hostess. Patent agent. Police officer. Retail manager. Agricultural secretary. Appliance repairer. Biomedical engineer. Demonstrator. Drycleaner. Technical writer. Technical illustrator. Solicitor. Quality inspector. Bank clerk. Publican. Anaesthetist. Counselor. Political agent. Camera repairer. Producer(films). Building surveyor. Journalist. Turf accountant. Bursar.
Silversmith. Maitre d’. Photographic technician. Prosthetics engineer. Sailor. Telecommunications engineer. Post office clerk. Gamekeeper. Pharmacologist. Dental technician Dermatologist. Television engineer. Hydrologist. Psychotherapist. Zoologist. Surveyor. Furniture maker. Watch repairer . Prison officer. Forensic psychologist. Leisure centre staff. Immunologist. Fitter. Dental nurse. Security officer. Orthoptist. . Medical secretary. Historian. Building society manager. Politician. Glassblower. Radiographer. Curator. Air hostess. Director(media). Poster designer. Child care worker. Recording engineer. Model maker. Gardener. Hostel warden. Set designer. Cost accountant. Hairdresser. Prison officer. Soldier. Orthodontist. Probation officer. Maintenance technician. Beautician. Diver. Stock controller. Information officer. Potter. Instrument maker. Postman/woman. Remedial teacher. Mental nurse. Prosthetics engineer. Freelance writer. Veterinary nurse. Elementary school teacher . Stone mason. Golf professional. Estate agent. Ophthalmic optician. office cleaner. Flight attendant. Draughtsperson. Urban planner. Lorry driver. Patent examiner. Solicitor. Head teacher. Cultural anthropologist. Food hygiene inspector. Management consultant. Linguist. Conference organizer. Language teacher. Dresser(stage). Computer game designer. Engineering pattern maker English language teacher Engraver. Editor(newspaper). Dance instructor. Probation officer. Driver. Geochemist. Programmer. Embalmer. Florist. Confectioner. Tiler. Miner . Film projectionist. Midwife. Managing director. Library assistant. Community social worker. Tracer. Gunsmith. Genealogist. Sports official. Ergonomist. Surgeon. Science teacher. Sign writer. Technical illustrator. Museum assistant. nutritionist. Youth worker. Occupational therapist. Linguist. Translator. Coroner. Lighthouse keeper. Tool maker. Industrial nurse. Armed forces officer. Customer services manager. Club manager. Programmer. Speech therapist. Instrument and control engineer. Psychologist. Postman/woman. Session musician. Secretary/pa. Community warden. landscape architect. House parent. Drug and alcohol counselor Ecologist. Fly Person(theatre). Glazier. Conservation officer. Physicist. Barperson. Technical writer. Bank manager. Psychiatrist Psychoanalyst. Oil rig worker. House parent. Masseur/masseuse. Lock keeper. Truck driver. Dental assistant. Psychiatrist. Pattern cutter. Milliner. Vision mixer. Horticulturalist. Retail manager. Underwriter Upholsterer. Cryptographer. Teacher of handicapped. Health visitor. Printer. Foreign language teacher. Ground person. Piano teacher. Counselor. Receptionist. Restorer. Legal executive. Vocational counselor. Currency trader. Interpreter. Retail assistant. Forester. computer technician. Forensic scientist. Homeopath. Renovator. . Social scientist. Merchant seaman. Financial analyst. Politician. Editor. Window dresser. Dressmaker. Counselor. Librarian.Information scientist. Hotel manager. Quality surveyor. Nurse. Aromatherapist. Armed forces personnel Arts administrator. Word processor officer. Miner. Mechanic. Play leader. Saddler. . Flight attendant. Drama teacher. Waiter/Waitress. Hospital physicist. Fashion designer. Physiotherapist. Editorial cartoonist. Cruise director. Psychoanalyst. Dental hygienist. Medical illustrator. Stage hand. 7. Studio assistant. Doctor of medicine. Jewellery maker. Lighting technician. Nurse. Deaf interpreter. Purser. Scientific instrument maker. Nanny. Gamemaker. Education psychologist. Potter. GROUP Advertising executive. Exhibition organizer. Thatcher. Navigating officer. Television production assistant. Nursery nurse. Poet. Dietician. Aerobics instructor. Shepherd. Teacher of art/craft. Marine biologist. Meteorologist. Telephonist. Horologist. Equestrian. Pilot(airplane). Photographer. Caterer. Tax inspector. Joiner. Housing manager. Notary public . Statistician. Locomotive engineer. Farm worker. Forensic pathologist. Teacher. Poster designer. Music therapist. office machinery mechanic.Compositor . Hospital porter. Display artist. Roofer. Post office clerk. Printer. Science writer. Taxi driver. Customer services manager. Training officer. Graphic designer. Reflexologist. Cinema manager. Mental nurse. Milkman Miller. . Fund riser. Traffic warden Train driver. Geologist.
Freelance writer. Stock controller. Jewellery maker. Forensic psychologist. Foreign correspondent. Milliner. Company secretary. Press agent. Artist. Personal trainer. Telephonist. Audiology technician. Retail manager. Sales manager. office machinery mechanic. Financial analyst. Thatcher. Building surveyor. Cabinet maker. Writer. Dietician. . Plumber. Locomotive engineer. Gardener. Technical illustrator. Baker. Medical illustrator. Sports official. Horologist. Play leader. Production manager. Diver. Forensic scientist. Scriptwriter. Boat builder. Biologist. Publican. Arborist. Television engineer. Lock keeper. Ergonomist. Technical representive. Farmer. Anthropologist. Teacher of art/craft. Potter. Interpreter. Stage hand. Comic illustrator. Plasterer . Prosthetics engineer. SOLITARY Air traffic controller. Silversmith. Geologist. Forester. Zoo keeper. Geochemist. Author. Camera repairer. Archivist. Art restorer. Glassblower. Stunt performer. Dressmaker. Animal keeper. Retail assistant. Courier. Gunsmith. Upholsterer. chemist. Lighthouse keeper. . Engraver. Bilingual secretary. Securities analyst. computer technician. Sports coach. Locksmith. Occupational therapist. Hydrographic surveyor. Translator. Ground person. Political agent. Farm worker. Sculptor. Customs officer Decorator. Taxidermist. Embalmer. Tiler. Heating engineer. Architectural technician. Work study officer. Education psychologist. Mechanic. Library assistant. Botanist. office cleaner. Photographer. Illustrator. Receptionist. Speech therapist. Traffic warden Train driver. Police dog handler. Youth worker. Guard. Minister of religion. Computer game designer. Fisher man. Philosopher. Stone mason. Poet. Baggage. . Dresser(stage). Carpenter Cartographer. Computer systems analyst. Tax inspector. Saddler. Insurance agent. Scientific instrument maker. Building inspector. Court reporter. Bank clerk. Forensic pathologist. Book critic. Set designer. Nutritionist. Crane operator . Chef. . Dispensing optician. Electrician. Physicist. Telecommunications engineer. . Copywriter. Barperson. Art therapist. Bookbinder. Cultural anthropologist. Publicity agent. Explosives expert. Theatre administrator. chemical technician Chemical technologist. Public relations executive. Animal nurse. Driver. Automobile technician. Bricklayer. Principal nursing officer. Biomedical engineer. Justices clerk. Roofer. Information scientist. Physiotherapist. Microbiologist. Cryptographer. Furniture maker. 8. Osteopath. Film projectionist. Operational researcher. Horticulturalist. Picture framer. Watch repairer . Bacteriologist. Firefighter. Sound engineer. Dermatologist. Curator. Geneticist. Librarian. Patent examiner. Model maker. Security officer. Designer. Teacher. Meteorologist. Novelist. Chimney sweep. Blacksmith/Farrier. Lighting technician. Taxi driver. Umpire. Environmental health officer. Printer. Electronics engineer. Anaesthetist. Bus driver. Cartoon animator. Book illustrator. Programmer. Panel Beater. Building demolition expert. Poster designer. Statistician. Auditor. landscape architect. Joiner. Surveyor. Nature conservancy warden. Bacteriologist. Instrument and control engineer. Auctioneer. Science writer. Baker. Architect. Film reviewer. Engineering pattern maker. Medical representative. Photographic technician. Producer(films). Atronomer. Postman/woman. Chiropodist. Historian. Ophthalmic optician. Truck driver. Draughtsperson. Graphic designer.Outplacement consultant. Physical education teacher. Space salesperson. Bicycle repairer. Machinist. Compositor . Technical writer. Demonstrator Dental technician. Pharmacologist. Tool maker. Appliance repairer. Tailor. Surgeon. Sign writer. Hydrologist. Genealogist. Shepherd. Pilot(airplane). Ballet dancer. Piano tuner. Conservation officer.
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