As part of our comprehensive guidance plan, students are encouraged to explore the various career pathways, specific career clusters and individual occupations prior to completion of the 9th grade year. 


How Much Education Do You Wish To Invest In?

 The more education that you will invest your time, money and energy to, the greater choices will await you. These are three general categories based on education levels completed.

Entry Level Careers: Entry level occupations are usually the lowest skill level positions. While they may be obtained with a high school diploma, many are minimum wage positions with little advancement opportunity. This is a declining area in the economy as more occupations require some skilled training. About 25% of all jobs fall in this category.

Skilled Level Careers: Skilled occupations require candidates to complete specialized training such as completion of a technical or community college program of 1-3 years in duration earning An Associate Degree. Many of the skills for these jobs can be obtained through free training in the military. Higher wages and more opportunity for advancement are found. This category is the fastest growing segment of our economy. About 50% of all jobs fall in this category.

Professional Careers: Professional occupations require candidates to complete specialized training such as completion of at least a 4 year college degree. Many of the skills for these jobs require a masters or doctorate level degree. This category has remained steady in demand for the past 20 years. About 25% of all jobs fall in this category.

Recommended Course Completion

 The chart gives students and parents an outline for course completion during their 4 years at Zillah High School.  Each year 2 semesters of English, Math, and Science are required in grades 9-10-11 and 2 semesters of Social Studies are required in grades 9, 10 and 12. These recommendations will allow students the greatest flexibility in post secondary education and career choices.


4 Year Sample Plans:


The ZHS Faculty recommends all students complete the following:

English -8 semesters,

Mathematics-8 semesters

Social Studies-8 semesters

Science -8 semesters

Career & Technical Education-4 semesters

Foreign Language-4 semesters

Health-Fitness-4 semesters

Fine Arts-2 semesters

4 Year Sample Plans

Freshman Year   Sophomore Year
English 9A & B (2 Semesters)   English 10 (A & B 2 Semesters)
Math (Algebra 1A & B 2 Semesters)   Math (Geometry A & B 2 Semesters)
Integrated Science (A & B 2 Semesters)   Biology (A & B 2 Semesters)
WA History & Government (2 Semesters)   U.S. History (A & B 2 Semesters)
Health (1 Semester)   Fitness Activity Course (1 Semester)
Fitness Activity Course (1 Semester)   CTE Elective (1 Semester)
CTE Elective (1 Semester)   Electives (5 Semester Choices)
Electives (4 Semester Choices)  



Junior Year

  Senior Year
English Choices (11/12 2 Semesters)   English Choices (11/12 2 Semesters)
Math (Algebra 2 A&B 2 Semesters)   CWP (A&B 2 Semesters)
Chemistry (Lab Science A&B 2 Semesters   Math (Pre-Calculus A&B 2 Semesters)
Social Studies Electives (2 Semesters)   Lab Science Choice (2 Semesters)
Foreign Language (2 Semesters)   Foreign Language (2 Semesters)
Fitness Activity Course (1 Semester)   Fitness Activity Course (1 Semester)
CTE Elective (1 Semester)   CTE Elective (1 Semester)
Electives (3 Semester Choices)   Electives (3 Semester Choices)


Arts and Communications: Creative Careers


Interest Areas: Artistic, Musical, Literary, Creative, Design, Dramatic, Performing, Broadcasting

Careers in this pathway include a wide variety of occupations in which individuals prefer free, unsystematic activities that manipulate physical, verbal, or human materials to create art forms or products. This pathway is for students who enjoy: doing creative work with their hands, using design, color, and materials, and/or going to concerts, playing musical instruments, signing, going to plays, and/or reading, writing, reporting, performing, broadcasting.

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT OCCUPATIONS: People in art and entertainment occupations provide services directly to people. The labor itself is the final product. They often create and entertain people. Employment Outlook: The outlook is limited. Competition is extremely stiff to enter and keep a job in this area. Most persons in this area only work part time and support themselves in another occupation or by teaching their craft or skill. The Outlook is best for those who have excellent job-seeking skills, talent, persistence, and luck.

GRAPHIC ARTS AND DESIGN OCCUPATIONS: People in graphic arts occupations possess a variety of specialized skills which they use to design and print graphic materials such as catalogs, brochures, posters, newspapers, advertising, and displays. Employment Outlook: The number of jobs is growing moderately. Computer assisted design is the fastest growing field and will hold much promise for future employment. Competition for jobs in this area is often high and many people are interested in these kinds of jobs.

RESEARCH AND SOCIAL WRITING OCCUPATIONS: People in research and social writing occupations examine human problems and events, may write about them or plan corrective actions. Employment Outlook: The need for people in these occupations will remain strong, but the number of job openings is controlled by society's willingness to pay workers for these positions. Competition is stiff for openings and often require a high level of education. Many persons choose to teach their occupation at the university level.

Entry Level Careers:


Advertising Workers


Crafts Workers

Disk Jockey


Makeup Artists

Media Buyers & Sellers

Merchandise Displayers





Skilled Level Careers:


Art Directors

Audio-Visual Specialists

Camera Operators

Cartoonists and Animators

Costume & Wardrobe   Specialists



Floral Designers

Glass Blowers

Graphic Designers

Interior Designers

Interpreters and Translators


Museum Technicians/Conservators

Page Layout Workers



Set/Exhibit Designers

Sketch Artists




Professional Careers:


Camera Operators


Composers and Arrangers

Fashion Designers

Film/Video Editors

Fine Artists

Graphic Designers

Industrial Designers

Interior Designers

Landscape Architects


Musical Directors

News Reporters


Technical Writers


Business Operations: Management, Marketing & Clerical Careers


Interest Areas: Business, Computational, Clerical, Persuasive, Economic Careers in this pathway include a wide variety of occupations in which individuals supervise or influence others to achieve business goals or economic gain, or which individuals manipulate data, file, operate computers, and organize written and numerical information according to a prescribed plan to achieve business or economic goals. This pathway is for students who enjoy working with numbers, doing tasks which require precision, accuracy and attention to details, being a persuasive person, meeting, dealing with and convincing other people or promoting projects, products, or causes.

ADMINISTRATIVE: People in administrative occupations plan, develop, implement and communicate the policies of their organization. They may also supervise operations and/or production and coordinate the staff. Employment Outlook: The demand for managers is rising slightly faster than most occupations. Successful managers have little difficulty changing employers because their skills are always in demand.

BOOKKEEPING/ACCOUNTING: People in bookkeeping and accounting occupations help management control the operation of an organization by obtaining and recording information about accounts and business transactions. Employment Outlook: The demand for people in these occupations is steady. Some experience higher turn over due to some relatively low wages in entry positions. These occupations are generally less influenced by minor economic downturns.

CLERICAL: People in clerical occupations aid communication and the flow of business by typing letters, keeping files, greeting visitors and answering phones. They may also use new technologies such as computers to accomplish these goals. Employment Outlook: The demand for clerical occupations is strong and steady. Turnover can be high due to relatively low wages earned by many, but not all workers. Those with computer skills receive greater compensation.

SALES: People in sales occupations assist consumers in making purchases of goods and services. Some help customers to buy certain products and others try to persuade customers to buy certain products. Salespeople can work for manufacturers or wholesalers. A significant number of salespeople work for retail stores. Employment Outlook: Opportunities are generally good. Most persons willing to work on a commission basis can find jobs easily. There are often large numbers of openings each year as turn over is high.

STOCK CONTROL: People in stock control occupations handle, store and control goods and materials during production, warehousing, and distribution from the producer to the consumer. Employment Outlook: There is a strong need for warehousing occupations since products in our state are most often shipped to other states and countries. Growth is slow in some areas, while competition for these jobs are moderate. Automation can also limit new opportunities.


Entry Level Careers

Baggage Porters & Bellhops


Bill/Account Collectors

Billing Clerks

Bookkeeping Clerks

Brokerage Clerks



Casino Workers

Counter/Retail Clerks

Counter Attendants

Couriers and Messengers

Credit Check Clerks

Customer Service Reps

Data Entry Clerk


File Clerks

Funeral Attendants

General Office Clerks

Hotel Desk Clerks

Insurance Claims Clerks

Library Assistants

License Clerks

Life Guards/Ski Patrols

Mail Carriers and Clerks

Meter Readers

Order Clerks

Parking Lot Attendants

Parts Salespeople

Payroll Clerks

Personnel Clerks

Postal Clerks

Production Clerks


Real Estate Clerks


Recreation Workers

Reservation/Ticket Clerks

Restaurant Hosts

Retails Salespeople

Route Salespeople

Shipping/Receiving Clerks

Statistical Clerks

Tax Preparers


Telephone Operators

Title Examiners & Clerks

Tour Guides

Train Conductors

Transportation Agents

Travel Agents

Typists/Word Processors

Ushers/Ticket Takers



Skilled Level Careers

Administrative Service Managers

Advertising Managers

Advertising Salespeople

Agents/Business Managers

Agriculture Worker Supervisors

Appraisers and Assessors

Bank Tellers

Buyers/Purchasing Agents

City Planning Aides

Compliance/Inspection Officers

Computer Operators

Computer Security Specialists

Computer Support Specialists

Construction Managers

Court Clerks

Court Reporters

Credit Analysts

Employee Training Specialists

Executive/Administrative   Assistants

Flight Attendants

Food Service Supervisors

Health Information Technicians

Hotel/Motel Managers

Insurance Agents

Janitor/Housekeeping   Supervisors

Legal Secretaries

Library Technical Assistants

Loan Clerks

Medical Secretaries

Meeting/Convention Planners

Office Managers


Postmasters & Mail   Superintendents

Prepress Workers

Private Detectives and Investigators

Property Managers

Real Estate Agents

Restaurant Managers

Sales Supervisors


Tax Preparer Supervisors

Travel Agents


Professional Careers

Accountants and Auditors

Administrative Managers

Advertising Managers

Budget Analysts

Business Executives

College Administrators

Construction Managers

Farm Mangers

Financial Analysts

Financial Managers

Funeral Directors

Industrial Managers

Insurance Adjustors

Insurance Underwriters

Marketing Managers

Personal Trainers

Producers & Directors

Property Managers

Public Relations Specialists

Purchasing Managers

Securities Representatives

Storage Managers

Tax Examiners

Transportation Managers

Urban Regional Planners



Scientific & Health Careers: Problem Solving Careers


Interest Areas: Scientific, Computational, Health Care, Engineering & Mathematics, Research, Investigative, Inquisitive, Inventive. Careers in this pathway include a wide variety of occupations in which individuals prefer activities that include the investigation of physical, biological and cultural phenomena in order to understand and sometimes control their behavior. This pathway is for students who enjoy: investigating, working to discover or understand nature, solve problems, do experiments, work with research, and/or discover new ways to do things.

AGRICULTURE & NATURAL RESOURCES OCCUPATIONS: People in agriculture and natural resources occupations plan and work to get increased production from farms, gardens, forests and streams. Employment Outlook: Demand varies by occupation and may depend on demand for products or on government funding. Most openings are for technicians. Competition is moderate for most jobs. Technicians require skill developed with college training.

ELECTRONICS OCCUPATIONS: People in electronics occupations have knowledge and skills which they use in generating, distributing and using electrical power. They must also know the construction, installation, and maintenance of electrical parts, components, systems and equipment. Employment Outlook: Most occupations in this group are growing, particularly as population grows. New technologies require new skills and some automation may eliminate some jobs.

ENGINEERING AND DESIGN OCCUPATIONS: People in engineering and design occupations use their scientific skills and their creative ideas to plan and design land areas, buildings, machinery and other structures and equipment. Employment Outlook: Civil, mechanical, environmental and chemical engineers will be needed to address environmental problems. Industrial engineers will be in demand to increase production efficiency. Engineers of all kinds are in demand, but the demand is usually cyclical. A great demand for several years is followed by a lower demand for several years. This happens when the supply of highly trained workers exceed the demand for workers.

HEALTH OCCUPATIONS: (This career area is cross listed with Social Service Careers, since many health occupations also deal with social service). People in health service occupations use a variety of skills to treat the health and personal needs of patients and clients. Employment Outlook. The outlook is expected to remain extremely favorable for the next 10 years due to the aging population and expansion of health care industries. Rural and inner city health opportunities will increase the greatest. An increase is also seen for providing patient services directly in the home.

INSPECTING OCCUPATIONS: People employed in the inspecting occupations use scientific understanding and technical laboratory skills to perform tests for quality control, research, or diagnosis. Employment Outlook: Environmental related jobs and medical related jobs are increasing in demand. Other jobs in this cluster are stable and are often very competitive, particularly those that require advanced education. Often retirements create new openings.

MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTING OCCUPATIONS: People employed in mathematical and computing occupations use their numerical skills to solve problems, analyze results, and make decisions in areas such as science, engineering and management. Employment Outlook: Demand for workers in computer related jobs is high. Strong employment growth is expected. The number of management and accounting firms that use computers is growing, also increasing demand.

Entry Level Careers:

Chemical Dependency Aides

Fitness Trainers

Gardeners & Groundskeepers

Hatchery Workers

Home Healthcare Aides

Numerical Control Programmers

Nursing Assistants/Orderlies

Occupational Therapy Aides

Personal/Home Care Aides

Physical Therapy Aides

Psychiatric Aides

Veterinary Aide


Skilled Level Careers:

Broadcast   Technicians

Cardiovascular   Technicians

Chiropractic   Technicians

Computer   Programmers

Database   Administrators

Dental   Assistants

Dental   Hygienists

Dental Lab   Technicians

Dietetic   Technicians

Drafters/CAD   Technicians

Electronics   Technicians

Emergency   Medical Techs

Forensic   Science Technicians

Irrigation   Technicians

Licensed   Practical Nurses

Mathematical   Technicians

Medical   Assistants

Medical   Lab Technicians

Nurse   Midwives


Pharmacy   Technicians

Pollution Control Technicians

Physical   Therapy Assistants

Psychiatric   Technicians

Occupational   Therapy Assistants

Radiation   Therapists

Radiological/X-Ray   Technicians

Respiratory   Therapists

Robotics   Technicians

Scientific   Technicians

Surgical   Technologists

Surveying/Mapping   Technicians

Veterinary   Assistants

Veterinary   Technicians

Web Page/Network Specialists


 Professional Careers:



Aerospace   Engineers

Agricultural   Engineers

Agricultural Scientists


Animal   Scientists






Athletic   Trainers



Chemical   Engineers



Civil   Engineers

Computer Systems Managers

Computer Engineers

Computer   Programmers

Computer   Analyst

Conservation Scientists





Electrical   Engineers

Engineering  Managers

Environmental   Engineers

Fire   Investigators

Food Scientists

Forensic   Scientists




Industrial   Engineers

Materials  Engineers


Mechanical   Engineers


Mining   Engineers

Nuclear   Engineers

Nurse  Practitioners

Occupational   Health Specialists

Occupational   Therapists


Petroleum   Engineers


Physical   Therapists

Physician   Assistants




Recreation   Therapists

Registered   Nurses


Speech   Pathologists






Social Service Careers: Helping and Service People Careers


Interest Areas: Social, Service, Education, Recreation, Health Services, Careers in this pathway include a wide variety of occupations in which individuals prefer to work with others to inform, train, cure, or assist. This pathway is for students who enjoy meeting, working with, and helping people.

FOOD SERVICE OCCUPATIONS: People in food service occupations prepare and serve food and beverages and clean up afterwards. They work for various dining establishments, restaurants, cafeterias, fast food operations, bakeries, coffee shops, institutions, etc. Employment Opportunities: Opportunities in these occupations are growing faster than the average for all occupations. Turn over is high and there is a shortage of the more highly skilled workers. Most job seekers can find employment in this area. Wages can be low for entry level.

HEALTH OCCUPATIONS: (This career area is cross listed with Science & Health Careers, since many health occupations also deal with science skills). People in health service occupations use a variety of skills to treat the health and personal needs of patients and clients. Employment Outlook. The outlook is expected to remain extremely favorable for the next 10 years due to the aging population and expansion of health care industries. Rural and inner city health opportunities will increase the greatest. An increase is also seen for providing patient services directly in the home.

PERSONAL CARE OCCUPATIONS: People in personal care occupations provide services related to personal appearance, and hygiene for both humans and animals. They help people with a variety of needs including personal services. Employment Opportunities: Job turn over is high creating many openings. Pay is often low, but it is an area seeing an increase in opportunities. The recreation and fitness areas are seeing growth and new interest and more leisure time is found.

PROTECTIVE SERVICE OCCUPATIONS: People in the protective service occupations are responsible for guarding all types of property and for the safety of people as established by law. Employment Opportunities: The outlook varies. Private industry demand is greater than governmental demand. There is great demand and need for government jobs, but funding often falls short and causes stiff competition. Many persons find employment in this field with a branch of the military.

SOCIAL SERVICE , SOCIAL RESEARCH & EDUCATIONAL OCCUPATIONS: Workers in social service, social research and educational occupations provide direct service to people. Their main role is to encourage other people to reach their fullest human potential. Employment Opportunities: This is a growing part of the economy, but expansion often depends on economic progress and stability. Occupations working with small children, school children, and the elderly show the greatest demand.

Entry Level Careers:

Animal   Caretakers

Animal   Control Workers


Body Guards  

Crossing /Safety Guards

Child Care   Workers

Domestic Service Workers

Fitness   Instructors




Recreational   Attendants

Recreation   Guides

Security   Guards

Social/Human   Services Assistants

Social   Service Aides


 Skilled Level Careers:

Adult   Vocations Teachers

Animal   Breeders

Animal   Trainers


Coaches   and Sport Instructors


Corrections   Officers

Detectives   and Investigators

Employment   Interviewers/Screeners

Financial   Counselors


Fitness   Instructors

Government   Benefits Interviewers


Massage   Therapists

Police/Law   Enforcement Officers

Pre-School   Teachers

Security   Guards

Sheriff’s   Deputies

Teacher   Assistants/Para-educators

 Professional Careers:

Adult   Vocational Teachers

Air   Traffic Controllers


Coaches   and Sport Instructors


Educational   Administrators

Elementary   School Teachers

Farm   Management Advisors

Health Services Administrators

High School   Teachers


Instructional   Coordinators

Judges and   Hearing Officers

Law Clerks  



Loan   Officers

Park   Rangers and Naturalists

Personnel Recruiters & Managers

Political   Scientists

Preschool/Kindergarten   Teachers

Probation   Officers


Rehabilitation   Counselors

Residential   Counselors

Social/Community   Service Managers

Social   Workers

Special   Education Teachers

University/College   Teachers



Technical & Industrial Careers: Physically Active Careers  


Interest Areas: Mechanical, Outdoor, Inventive, Realistic Careers in this pathway include a wide variety of occupations in which individuals prefer activities that require working with objects, tools, machines, computers, and animals. This pathway is for students who enjoy: working with machinery tools, putting together models, repairing items, building things and generally working with their hands. Many of the occupations involve working outdoors. This pathway has many career opportunities that require less than a four year college degree. In fact many can be obtained by skills learned in a trade or technical college or specialized vocational community college programs that are one to two years in length. Apprenticeship and Military training are other pathways to obtain some of these careers. Entry level may also involved on the job training.

BUILDING MAINTENANCE OCCUPATIONS: People in building maintenance occupations clean, repair, and maintain the interior and exterior of buildings such as schools, office buildings, and housing complexes. Employment Outlook: Many job openings due to low pay. There are generally more jobs open than people who are looking for them.

CONSTRUCTION OCCUPATIONS: People in construction occupations usually have specialized skills which they use when working with people from other building trades. They may build and maintain roads, houses, office buildings and other structures. Employment Outlook: Demand for workers depends on the strength of the economy and levels of new construction and remodeling. Unions restrict the number of people who can enter most fields. Competition for apprentice programs is stiff. Seasonal work is common.

FOOD PROCESSING OCCUPATIONS: People food processing occupations clean, sort, and pack food, convert raw food into bread and pastry, package fish, meats, canned fruits, vegetables and beverages. Employment Outlook: The overall outlook is fair. Some occupations are seasonal. Slow growth and low turnover are predicted in this area.

MECHANICS OCCUPATIONS: People in mechanics occupations use specialized mechanical skills to repair and maintain automobiles, power equipment, and other mechanical devices. Employment Outlook: Mechanics continue to be in demand with some competition for jobs. However, people must continue to upgrade skills and be able to use advancements in technology and computers. More occupations are expected in electronics and computer repair. Competition is moderate.

METALWORKING OCCUPATIONS: People in metalworking occupations use specialized tools and machines to shape metal gears, cylinders, heating ducts, auto bodies, and assemble parts. Employment Outlook: Outlook is mixed and depend on economic stability. Some areas have a surplus of workers. Computer controlled machinery occupations are common. Even apprenticeship programs seek candidates with some technical skill.

OTHER PRODUCTION OCCUPATIONS: People in other production occupations possess specialized skills which they use in a variety of industries to produce goods and services. Most work with equipment and tools in a production process. Employment Outlook: Opportunities vary in each job category. A positive outlook depends on economic growth.

TEXTILE/APPAREL OCCUPATIONS: People in this group manufacture, clean, and repair clothing and other products made of fabric, rubber, fur, and leather. Use of machinery is common. Employment Outlook: The outlook is mixed. Some employment increases are anticipated because of population growth. Occupations involving industrial machinery is on the decline due to automation. Turnover is high in some areas due to low wages. The competition for jobs is low.

TIMBER PRODUCTS OCCUPATIONS: People in timber products occupations work with wood in various stages of production. Employment Outlook: Jobs in this area are declining. Outlook is extremely limited and considered a poor choice. Job openings are often effected by supply of timber available for processing. New machinery are replacing jobs. Most jobs are seasonal.

TRANSPORTATION OCCUPATIONS: People in transportation occupations operate transportation equipment to move freight and passengers, either directly as a pilot or driver or indirectly as controllers. Employment Outlook: Some occupations will grow steadily as the state population increases and more people rely on mass transit. Demand to transport goods will be steady or grow slightly. Competition for jobs is stiff because many people enjoy the travel opportunities.

Entry Level Careers:

Ag   Graders/Sorters

Ambulance   Drivers

Auto Glass   Installers

Auto Stereo Installers


Bulldozer   Operators

Bus   Drivers

Clothes   Pressers

Commercial   Fishers

Construction   Workers

Copy   Machine Operators


Dry Wallers  

Electrician   Helpers

Farm/Ranch   Workers

Fast Food   Cooks

Fence   Builders

Floor   Sanders

Food   Service Workers

Food Processing Workers

Forestry   Workers

Forklift   Operators

Freight   Handlers

Gem   Cutters

Hazardous   Materials Workers

Heavy   Truck Drivers

Highway Maintenance Workers

Hoist/Winch   Operators

Insulation   Installers



Laundry/Dry   Cleaners



Meat   Cutters

Med.   Appliance Techs

Metal/Plastic   Workers

Movie/Stage   Grips

Movie   Projectionists

Nursery   Workers

Packaging   Workers


Paving   Workers

Pest   Control Workers

Photo   Processors

Pipe   Layers

Printing   Workers

Quality   Control Workers

Rock   Splitters



Saw   Operators

Semiconductor   Processors

Septic   Services Worker

Sewing   Machine Operators

Shoe   Repairers

Short   Order Cooks

Stock   Clerks

Subway   Operators

Taxi   Drivers/Chauffeurs

Textile   Workers

Tile   Setters

Tire   Repairers

Train Crew   Members

Trash   Collectors

Vehicle   Cleaners/Detailers

Vehicle   Painters

Wallpaper   Hangers

Watch   Repairers

Skilled Level Careers:

Agriculture   Inspectors

Aircraft Mechanics  

Airplane   Assemblers

Appliance   Repairers

Auto Body   Repairers

Auto-Teller   Servicers

Automobile   Mechanics


Bicycle   Repairers


Bricklayers/Stone   Masons

Broadcast   Technicians

Bus/Truck   Mechanics

Cabinet   Makers

Camera/Photo   Repairers


Cement   Masons

Chefs/Diner   Cooks

Chemical   Plant Workers

Coin/Vending   Servicers

Commercial   Divers

Communications   Repairers

Computer   Repairers

Computer   Networkers

Construction   Inspectors

Cost   Estimators

Crane   Operators

Dental Lab   Technicians

Electric   Motor Repairers


Elevator   Servicers


Engineering   Technicians

Explosives   Workers

Farm   Equipment Mechanics

Forestry   Technicians

Furniture   Finishers

Gas/Oil   Technicians


HVAC   System Mechanics

Heavy Equipment Mechanics

Home Electronics Repairers

Industrial Electronic Repairers

Industrial Machinery Mechanics

Line   Installers


Locomotive   Engineers


Medical   Equipment Repairers


Motorboat   Mechanics

Motorcycle   Mechanics

Musical   Instrument Repairers

Ortho/Prosthetic   Specialists



Power   Plant Operators

Precision   Assemblers

Pump   Repairers


Sheet   Metal Workers

Ship   Engineers

Small   Engine Mechanics

Sound   Technicians

Stationary   Engineers

Structural   Metal Workers


Tool/Die   Makers

Tool   Repairers


Water   Treatment Operators

Wine   Technicians

Professional Occupations:

In this pathway, few occupations require candidates to complete a 4 year college degree, masters or doctorate level degree.  Nearly all careers in this pathway can be obtained with less than a 4-year degree or certification.   If interested in professional level Technical and Industrial careers or in college related study, please refer to the Scientific, Engineering and Health Pathway.