Service Career

One thing’s for sure, a service career requires a commitment to people. Whether you’re styling someone’s hair or helping them work through a rough time in their life, you’ll need to rely on your ability to empathize and relate.

In addition, other service careers include working more independently providing a service to people. This includes car mechanics and construction laborers. There’s a wide variety available in the service industry.

Featured Service Careers:

Review salary information and required skill sets for the featured service careers below. Make sure you select the right career for you.

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medical-secretary-500
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psychiatrist-500
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firefigher-500
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cosmetology-500
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