Jobs that provide services to individuals related to their fitness, physical appearance or entertainment. May include assisting with child care, pet care and training, hair and beauty services, and assistance with entertainment activities.You can explore Sub Job Families and linked industry, careers and courses from links below.
Supervisors of Personal Care and Service Workers includes first-line supervisors of entertainment and recreation workers and, and personal service workers. Responsibilities include directly supervising and coordinating activities of the above. Responsibilities include recruiting and training staff members, assigning work schedules, observing and evaluating the performance of staff and resolving customer complaints and issues.
Animal Care and Service Workers are typically animal trainers or caretakers. They train, groom, feed, exercise and provide care to pets and non-farm animals such as dogs, cats, race horses, ornamental fish or birds, zoo animals, and mice in settings such as kennels, animal shelters, zoos, circuses, and aquatic habitats, laboratories etc. Keeping records of feeding, treatment, and arrival/discharge is also part of their responsibilities. These workers provide companionship to such animals and observe behavioral changes in them which may indicate injury, bad health or illness. The training duties may involve conditioning the animals to respond to commands and human contacts, and preparing them for riding, competitive performances or assisting persons with disabilities.
Entertainment Attendants and Related Workers provide assistance to those availing entertainment services. These workers operate table games and other gambling equipment, set-up and operate motion picture projection and sound reproduction equipments, assist patrons in locatin restrooms and telephones and use the amusement and recreational services with comfort and ease. They may also receive, verify, and record wagers set by patrons , select, fit and take care of costumes of cast members in performances and collect admission tickets and passes from patrons.
Funeral Service Workers pathway consists of professionals who organize and conduct funerals and preparing remains for burial or cremations. Responsibilities include helping to determine the dates, locations, and times of visitations (wakes), arranging memorial services, preparation of bodies for interment in conformity with legal requirements, selection of pallbearers and assisting families in the selection of officials for religious rites. They also perform a variety of small tasks during funerals such as arranging floral offerings or lights around casket, directing and escorting mourners, placing casket in parlor or chapel prior to service etc.
Personal Appearance Workers focus on enhancing the appearance of customers. They include barbers, cosmetologists, make up artists, manicurists, pedicurists, shampooers, skin care specialists etc. Their duties involve providing specialized beauty services that help clients look and feel their best. They may trim, cut ,shampoo, color and style hair, message and treat scalp, apply makeup, clean, shape, polish and decorate toenails and fingernails and provide skincare treatments to face and body.
Baggage Porters, Bellhops, and Comcierges assist patrons at transportation terminals, hotels, appartments, or office buildings with personal services, transportation, baggage handling, business services, or entertainment. They may also take messages and monitor guest requests for maintenance and housekeeping.
Tour and Travel Guides escort individuals or groups through places of interest, such as public buildings, industrial establishments, and art galleries and plan, organize, and conduct tours and travels for individuals and groups. Professionals in this pathway are required to have excellent communication and interpersonal skills, as well the ability to absorb knowledge and convey it effectively to the patrons. Tour and travel guides are also responsible for the safety of the people travelling under their care.
Other Personal Care and Service Workers provide assistance to their clients in their daily living activities. Depending on their chosen fields, responsibilities include attending to children in homes, schools or businesses, instructing or coaching individuals or groups in exercise activities for personal fitness, conducting and coordinating recreational activities for groups, coordinating activities and assigning rooms in resident facilities in such as school and dormitories etc.