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The Builder

Enjoys working with practical things you can see or touch and making them better - tools, animals, and machines. Enjoys the outdoors. Likes to work with THINGS.

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Government, Non-Profit & Public Service
Construction & Skilled Trades
Construction & Skilled Trades
Architecture, Art & Design
Healthcare
Engineering
Healthcare
Computer & Information Technology
Biotechnology
Biotechnology
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Biotechnology
Hospitality, Personal Care & Tourism
Other Professional Services
Protective Service
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Computer & Information Technology
Apparel & Accessories
Architecture, Art & Design
Hospitality, Personal Care & Tourism
Construction & Skilled Trades
Entrepreneurship
Computer & Information Technology
Computer & Information Technology
Government, Non-Profit & Public Service
Entrepreneurship
Computer & Information Technology
Construction & Skilled Trades
Computer & Information Technology
Engineering
Healthcare
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Entertainment, Media & Sports
Food & Beverage
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Construction & Skilled Trades
Construction & Skilled Trades
Computer & Information Technology
Computer & Information Technology
Computer & Information Technology
Construction & Skilled Trades
Engineering
Construction & Skilled Trades
Computer & Information Technology
Entertainment, Media & Sports
Construction & Skilled Trades
Construction & Skilled Trades
Biotechnology
Biotechnology
Biotechnology
Computer & Information Technology
Construction & Skilled Trades
Entertainment, Media & Sports
Entertainment, Media & Sports
Healthcare
Construction & Skilled Trades
Hospitality, Personal Care & Tourism
Architecture, Art & Design
Construction & Skilled Trades
Computer & Information Technology
Computer & Information Technology
Construction & Skilled Trades
Protective Service
Apparel & Accessories
Healthcare
Cleantech / Green
Construction & Skilled Trades
Construction & Skilled Trades
Entertainment, Media & Sports
Computer & Information Technology

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