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Softwareentwickler/in: Software developers design, develop and test software applications for various purposes, such as web, mobile, gaming, business and education. They use their skills in programming languages, frameworks, tools and methodologies to create software solutions that meet the needs and expectations of their clients and users. Software developers typically have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science, software engineering or a related field.

Elektroniker/in: Electronics engineers design, develop and test electronic devices, systems and components, such as circuits, sensors, controllers, displays and communication systems. They use their knowledge of electronics, mathematics, physics and engineering principles to optimize the performance, functionality and reliability of electronic products. Electronics engineers usually have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in electronics engineering, electrical engineering or a related field.

Gesundheits- und Krankenpfleger/in: Healthcare workers and nurses provide medical care and support to patients in various settings, such as hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and home care. They perform tasks such as taking vital signs, administering medications, dressing wounds, assisting with procedures and educating patients and families. Healthcare workers and nurses usually have a vocational training or a bachelor’s degree in nursing or a related field.

IT-Berater/in: IT consultants advise and assist clients with their information technology needs and challenges. They analyze the client’s current IT situation, identify problems and opportunities, propose solutions and implement them. They may also provide training, maintenance and troubleshooting services. IT consultants typically have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in information technology, computer science, business administration or a related field.

Koch/Köchin: Cooks and chefs prepare and cook food for various occasions, such as restaurants, hotels, catering and events. They use their culinary skills, creativity and knowledge of food safety and hygiene to create dishes that are delicious, nutritious and appealing. Cooks and chefs usually have a vocational training or a bachelor’s degree in culinary arts or a related field.

Lehrer/in: Teachers educate and instruct students in various subjects, such as languages, mathematics, science, history and arts. They use their pedagogical skills, creativity and knowledge of curriculum and standards to plan and deliver lessons, assess and evaluate students’ progress, and provide feedback and guidance. Teachers usually have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in education or a related field, and a teaching license or certification.

Journalist/in: Journalists research, write and report on news and current affairs for various media outlets, such as newspapers, magazines, radio, television and online platforms. They use their communication, investigation and writing skills to gather and verify information, interview sources, write and edit stories, and present them to the public. Journalists usually have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communication or a related field, and some experience in the media industry.

Architekt/in: Architects design and plan buildings and structures, such as houses, offices, schools, bridges and monuments. They use their artistic skills, creativity and knowledge of architecture, engineering and construction to create functional, aesthetic and sustainable solutions that meet the needs and expectations of their clients and users. Architects usually have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in architecture, and a license or registration to practice.

Rechtsanwalt/Rechtsanwältin: Lawyers advise and represent clients on legal matters, such as contracts, disputes, crimes, taxes and immigration. They use their knowledge of law, logic and rhetoric to research and interpret laws, draft and review documents, negotiate and litigate cases, and protect the rights and interests of their clients. Lawyers usually have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in law, and a license or admission to practice.

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