Unsung Hero Jobs
1. Saturation Divers
Lay fibre-optic cable on the bottom of the ocean so that we can have the Internet. The details are intense:
2. Communication Tower Riggers
Riggers climb to enormous heights to equip/repair cellular networks and long-range microwave links. It's not uncommon for them to climb at the begging of the day and spend the entire day working at the top. All so we can have smartphones that work.
3. High-Rise Construction Workers
Any construction job can be dangerous, but the high rises seem the most scary, and serve our society by allowing high-density living that saves green spaces.
4. Emergency Dispatchers
Emergency dispatchers are the first point of contact for individuals in distress. They receive emergency calls and dispatch the appropriate responders, such as police, fire, or medical personnel. Their ability to remain calm, gather crucial information, and provide clear instructions is essential in saving lives and ensuring timely assistance during emergencies.
5. Water Treatment Plant Operators
Water treatment plant operators are responsible for ensuring the safety and quality of our drinking water. They monitor and control the treatment processes, conduct regular tests to detect contaminants, and make necessary adjustments to maintain compliance with health and safety regulations. Their work plays a crucial role in safeguarding public health and providing clean water for consumption and sanitation purposes.