deaf-in-unusual-jobs

These jobs are unusual for deaf people; this
proves the theory that deaf people can do anything!

– advertising agency, owner
– ambulance driver
– animator (cartoonist)
– appraiser, real estate
– archaeologist
– archivist
– art director, magazine
– astronomer, full time (not amateur)
– bank president
– barista
– bartender & bar owner
– bed & breakfast inn owner
– bicycle courier
– blacksmith
– bookbinding company owner
– bouncer
– bowling alley owner
– bus driver
– cable TV installer
– caddy, golf
– cameraman, Hollywood
– cartoonist, comic books
– cashier, check out counter
– casino dealer
– chemist, specializing in cigarette flavors
– chief economist; Fortune 500 corporation
– chief manager, major newspaper plant
– child care center owner (hearing children)
– circus clown
– city planner
– clockmaker
– comedian, night club
– computer trainer, Mac Apple store
– construction worker
– cookie manufacturer
– coroner
– corrections officer
– cosmetics manufacturer
– customer service representative
– diamond cutter
– diplomat, State Department
– dog groomer
– dog walker
– door-to-door salesman
– doorman
– dry cleaning store owner
– engraver
– falconer
– fashion designer
– financial adviser, with hearing clients
– footwear designer
– forester (National Parks Service)
– fortune teller
– funeral home director
– garbage truck driver
– gas station owner
– genealogist
– geologist
– ghost fighter
– golf course owner
– golf course superintendent
– green grocer
– greenhouse, owner
– greeting cards designer
– hazmat handler
– health aide
– heating & air conditioning technician
– heavy machinery mechanic
– heavy machinery operator
– horse massage therapist
– horseshoe repair (farrior)
– hostess, nightclub
– hotel engineer
– hotel owner
– ice cream vendor
– insurance adjuster
– intelligence agent
– jeweler
– law enforcement officer (police, sheriff, deputy, constable, etc)
– law professor
– legislative assistant
– license inspector
– logger
– mailroom supervisor,university post office
– make up artist (for actors)
– marine biologist
– marshal, U.S.
– mechanic, aircraft
– medical instruments technician
– meter reader, public utility company
– meteorologist
– miner
– moving company, owner
– musical instruments repairman
– optometrist
– pathology technician
– personal services contractor
– photofinish photographer, horse race track
– piano repairman
– popcorn vendor
– president, hearing college
– prosthetics technician
– provost, hearing college
– public relations director
– race horse syndicate
– race horse trainer
– real estate developer
– recorder in county records office
– recreational vehicle manufacturer
– rental properties owner
– roadside vendor
– roofer
– scheduler, sports teams, major city recreation center
– school crossing guard
– screen writer
– scuba diving instructor
– seafood vendor
– ski instructor
– solar energy installer
– speech and debate coach
– state bureau of investigation
– stock broker’s clerk (19th century)
– stunt pilot
– stuntsperson, Hollywood
– supermarket general manager
– taxi driver
– telephone installer
– trainer, sports team
– translator, foreign language
– tree cutter
– vehicle, custom manufacturer
– vending payment systems, owner
– video operations director, sports
– voiceover actor
– waitress
– war correspondent, newspaper
– warden, prison
– watchmaker
– wildlife refuge manager
– winery owner
– vending payment systems, owner
– video operations director, sports
– voiceover actor
– waitress
– war correspondent, newspaper
– warden, prison
– watchmaker
– wildlife refuge manager
– winery owner
– X-ray technician
– yoga instructor, with hearing clients
– zoologist

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