There are many jobs that make a difference to people’s lives. Here are some examples of jobs that can help people:
Social workers: Social workers help people in difficulty, such as the elderly, people with disabilities, people in poverty or people with mental health problems. They can also help families to overcome difficulties and find solutions.
Teachers: Teachers help children and adults to learn and develop skills that will enable them to succeed in life. They can help students overcome barriers and reach their full potential.
Doctors and nurses: Doctors and nurses help people stay healthy and recover from illnesses and accidents. They can save lives and improve the quality of life of patients.
Mental health workers: Mental health workers help people overcome mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. They can help people manage stress and improve their emotional well-being.
Community workers: Community workers help people to connect with each other and improve their community. They may organise community events, provide support services to people in need and raise awareness of social issues.
Humanitarian workers: Humanitarian workers help people affected by humanitarian crises, such as armed conflict, floods, hurricanes and earthquakes. They can provide food, water, shelter and health care to affected people.
Human rights lawyers: Human rights lawyers work to protect the human rights of individuals and groups who are persecuted or marginalised. They can help people get justice and have their rights respected.
HR: Dealing with employees in a company to help a collective get along/know each other better, or recruiting new people to help a company and help people advance in their careers.
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