What Career Might YOU Choose?. Personal Services Jobs. I make pastries, cakes, and cookies. I start work very early in the morning. Who am I?. I am a BAKER. I serve food on an airplane. I went to a special school for this job and learned what to do in an emergency. Who am I?.
I make pastries, cakes, and cookies. I start work very early in the morning. Who am I?
I serve food on an airplane. I went to a special school for this job and learned what to do in an emergency. Who am I?
I plan meals for patients in hospitals, but I could work in a school or restaurant. I see that they eat the right kinds of meals to get healthy. Who am I?
I am in charge of children in their home. Sometimes I live in the house with their family. Who am I?
I could wear tap or ballet shoes. It took a long time and lots of practice before I could move gracefully to the music. Who am I?
I take pictures of people, places, and things. I may work for a newspaper, in a portrait studio, at a television station, or for advertisers. Who am I?
I work at football games. I watch the players to see that they do not break any rules. Who am I?
I work with numbers to keep records of money and taxes. To do this job I had to go to college and pass a test. Who am I?
I write directions for computers. My job is to tell computers what to do with all of the information stored in them. Who am I?
My business is selling houses for and to people. I went to a special school, passed a test, and got a license to do this job. Who am I?
I am in charge of the workers. I must also see that the equipment and material in my department are used efficiently. Who am I?
I copy every word said in a court of law on a special machine that types in a form of shorthand. I have to be very accurate as people’s lives can depend on me. Who am I?
Builders follow my designs when they build buildings. I must be very precise. Who am I?
I work with wires, sockets, and plugs. I am very concerned with safety because my job can be dangerous. Who am I?
I draw a comic strip for a newspaper. Each day I have a funny story about my characters. Who am I?
I check materials for errors before they are printed. If I am not thorough, the reader may not understand the article or book. Who am I?
I gather information and write stories for newspapers. I write only about sports, but others write about news or features. Who am I?
My job is to interest young men and women in a military career. I am in the military and must know all of the advantages of joining the service. Who am I?
I plan the quickest routes for shipping my company’s products. I must know about air, water, and highway routes. Who am I?