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JOBSCRIPTION:  DENTAL HYGIENIST

Did you often include white shiny teeth in your crayon drawings?  Were you known to give your Halloween candy away rather than risk a cavity?  Are your torn between floss and a toothbrush as your most valued possession?  Then maybe you should consider a career as a dental hygienist.  Cleaning teeth and gums, removing plaque and tartar, x-raying teeth and offering patients treatments to prevent cavities and promote oral health are all in a day’s work for a dental hygienist.  Working professionals have successfully passed a written and clinical state licensing exam, have attended a dental hygiene training program and most likely have a associate’s or bachelor’s degree. Salaries range from $42,000 to $77,000 annually. That’ll keep you smiling.  More Jobsciptions, click here.

JOBSCRIPTION:  MASON

When you play rock, paper, scissors are you always the rock?  If you see fresh concrete sidewalk do you have an uncontrollable urge to stick your fingers in it?  Is your favorite disco-funk song “Brick House”?  Then maybe you should consider a career as a mason.  Utilizing materials that include stone, brick and concrete to repair or create structures and surfaces is all in a day’s work for a mason.  Most journey-level masons have three years experience working in the field as an apprentice and have successfully completed on-the-job training and or vocational course work.  Salaries range from $33,000 to $59,000 annually. More Jobsciptions, click here.

JOBSCRIPTION:  PLAY-BY-PLAY SPORTS ANNOUNCER

Do you often find yourself talking into things like pencils and hair brushes as if it were a microphone?   Were you known for following your sister around and verbalizing everything she was doing?   Have you been known to choose watching a game over a hot date?  Then maybe you should consider a career as a play-by-play sports announcer.  Providing detailed and accurate descriptions of sporting activities to listeners and viewers is all in a day’s work for a play-by-play announcer.  Most working professionals have a bachelor’s degree with studies in the areas of broadcasting, mass media or journalism and began their careers with internships at stations and networks. Salaries range from $15,000 to $75,000 annually. Can you say, “score”. More Jobsciptions, click here.

JOBSCRIPTION:  BRIDAL CONSULTANT

It the “Wedding March” your favorite song?  As a child did you love playing a dress-up bride?  Do you think “I do” are the sweetest words in the English language?  Aiding a couple in the selection of invitations, decorations, venues, music, menus and vendors are all in a day’s work for a bridal consultant.  Most working “wedding planners” learn by understudying an experienced professional.  No degree is required but course work in liberal arts and business is helpful. Salaries range from $21,000 to $50,000 annually.  That’s frosting on the cake. More Jobsciptions, click here.

JOBSCRIPTION:  ABSTRACTOR

Do you like to dig for answers? In your mind is authenticity everything?  Are you good at telling your friends about the plot of a movie in twenty words or less?  Then maybe you should consider a career as an abstractor.  Researching, analyzing and summarizing laws, statutes, case histories and documents for legal, insurance and property reference are all in a day’s work for an abstractor.  A high school degree is required but most employers prefer an associate or bachelor’s degree with course work in math, real estate law, banking, finance and law.  Salaries range from $27,000 to $47,000 annually.  Now that’s noteworthy. More Jobsciptions, click here.

JOBSCRIPTION:  INTERIOR DESIGNER

When you were growing up did you change the color of your bedroom walls every season? Were coordinating throw pillows on your list of summer camp supplies?  Are you known to your friends as the “Prince of Chintz?”   Then maybe you should consider a career as an interior designer.  Planning and designing the interior of buildings, be they, businesses, institutions or private residences are all in a day’s work for interior designers.  Salaries range from $32,000 to $92,000 annually.  That’ll keep slipcovers on the sofa. More Jobsciptions, click here.



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