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Snake Milker …

Snake Milker
Flavour Chemist
Voice-over Artist
Pet Detective
Furniture Tester
Laughter Therapist
Ventriloquist
Park Ranger
Audio Engineer
Tourism Ambassador

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  • 1. UNUSUAL CAREER CHOICES 1
  • 2. FLAVORIST COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 2
  • 3. A DAY IN LIFEExamine the characteristics of nutrients & natural flavorsReformulate flavors so they dont irritate consumers‘ allergiesMimic or modify the olfactory and gustation properties of foodproductsWork with perfumes, fragranced personal care products, andscented household goods COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 3
  • 4. REQUISITESFlavor chemists are educated to Bachelor of Science (B.S.)level or higherSpecialization in analytical, synthetic, organic, or physicalchemistry requiredAdditional training is frequently available through professionalbodies and industry organizations COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 4
  • 5. PERKSA career as a flavor chemist offers the intriguing challenge ofapplying state-of-the-art technologyInvolves a fascinating combination of science, creativity, andthe use of our senses of taste and smellSalary ranges from approximately $35,000 to more than$100,000 COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 5
  • 6. CRIME SCENE CLEANER 6
  • 7. A DAY IN LIFECalled after the crime scene technicians have collected all thenecessary evidenceOften hired by the property owner, insurance company orgovernment agencyInvolves cleaning of different body fluids, removing theputrefying stench from a space, dealing with hazardouschemicals and cleaning up after a fire COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 7
  • 8. REQUISITESSpecialized training, knowledge of deep cleaning equipment,and attention to detailCertified crime scene cleaning programs available from avariety community and career collegesEquipment required for crime scene cleaning includes steamcleaners, high-powered exhaust fans, carpet stain removers,powerful chemical cleaners, and air masks 8
  • 9. PERKSCrime scene cleanup is a growing industry that offers a greatemployment opportunity for the right person.Offers a chance to be of great service to families in traumaticcircumstances and to the community as a whole. COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 9
  • 10. FURNITURE TESTER 10
  • 11. A DAY IN LIFESit in various sorts of rocking chairs, love seats, and recliners;wiggle around, rock back and forth, lean back, lean forwardMay be required to test up to 200 or more pieces a day, whichcan prove to be quite a workout COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 11
  • 12. REQUISITESThe ideal furniture tester is 180 to 200 pounds and at least sixfeet tallComprehensive knowledge of wood quality, comfort index andsurface texture COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 12
  • 13. PERKS & DOWNSIDESOne gets $6 to $10 per hourBeing a slacker before, during, or after a day on the jobbecomes training, work, or researchEven so, telling that you sit for a living and then whining aboutsore sinews isn’t going to earn you much sympathy COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 13
  • 14. SNAKE MILKER 14
  • 15. A DAY IN LIFESnake milking is a hands-on job which requires concentrationto reduce snake bitesWorking in a serpentarium, snake milkers spend their dayhaving snakes bite into the sides of jarsLater, the jars are labeled and stored or shipped COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 15
  • 16. REQUISITESEducational requirements include bachelors or masters degreein biochemistry or herpetologySnake handling experience in order to reduce snake bitesTo gain deftness with snakes requires an internship in researchlabs & serpentariums COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 16
  • 17. PERKS & DOWNSIDESThe average monthly salary is $2,500Potential snake hazard COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 17
  • 18. PET DETE 18
  • 19. A DAY IN LIFESupervision on searching techniques, poster techniques, lostpet behaviour and also human response behaviourInterviewing the clients and obtaining information about theirlost petTracking dogs have an acute sense of smell and hearing, andcan prove to be of inevitable help 19
  • 20. REQUISITESRequires no degreeImpeccable communication and investigationskillsVast knowledge of animal psycheLogical & deductive reasoning and a bit ofcreativityExtremely patient, so as to deal withheartbroken and upset clients COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 20
  • 21. PERKS & DOWNSIDESSalary depends upon tracking rate and reputationRewards range from $50-$500 per pet COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 21
  • 22. COMMUNICATION SKILLS III PRESENTATION 22
  • 23. ABHISHEKBHOWMIKMADHAV JOSHIPIYUSH ARORASAIF AL FALAHSHUBHRAL Y.KUMAR