List of Speech Topics on 80 Rare Occupations

List of speech topics on job themes like a private detective, landscape architect, or vocational education for informative public speaking projects.

At the bottom of this page I give you writing tips. But first things first.

Step one is to select the work you like to know more about. Perhaps there is one job you want to do in the future.

Step two is writing down why you want to become it, mention your reasons and motivation, and state why you are curious about the occupation. Scan this list of speech topics and sort out up to three inceptive professions you feel inclined with:


Air Traffic Controller
Ambassador
Ambulance Driver
Animal Caretaker
Anthropologist
Athletic Trainer
Broadcast News Analyst
Cartographer
Cartoonist
Chef
Chimney Sweeper
Chiropractor
Choreographer
Coast Guard
Compliance Officer
Consul
Coroner
Court Clerk
Cryptanalyst
Dancer
Diplomat
Diver
Dramaturg
Earth Driller
Elevator Installer
Embalmer
Environmental Compliance Inspector
Explosives Worker
Fabric Patternmaker

Forest Inspector

Funeral Director

Gaming Service Worker

Glass Blower

Gynecologist
Immigration Inspector

Judge
Landscape Architect

Locksmith
Locomotive Engineer

Makeup Artist

Microbiologist

Missile Crew Member
Motorcycle Mechanic

Museum Technician

Music Director

Newscaster
Nuclear Power Reactor Operator

Orthodontist
Park Ranger

Perfumer
Pest Control Worker
Pharmacist
Piano tuner
Plasterer
Priest
Private Detective
Range Manager
Rat Catcher
Rehabilitation Counselor
Screenwriter
Security Guard
Senator
Septic Tank Servicer
Sheriff
Slaughterer
Soil and Water Conservationist
Stock Fund Manager
Stone Cutter
Survey Researcher
Tattooer
Tax Collector
Television Announcer
Theatre Director
Tour Guide
Traffic Technician
Transportation Inspector
Vocational Education Teacher
Watch Repairer
Web Developer
Wellhead Pumper
Zookeeper
Zoologist

You have choosen the occupation you always want to know more about in this list of speech topics. Something that attracts you and of course is attractive for your audience – some job they perhaps could learn from.

Imagine the work of a private detective. Or feel free and one with nature as a landscape architect for recreation parks.

And there is a lot to tell about the spectrum you can cover in trade and craftmanship as a distinct skilled vocational education teacher.

Okay, now head for the next step: research this information:

  1. What to do, nature of the work.
  2. Skills and education level.
  3. Credentials and other qualifications.
  4. Working conditions and the workplace.
  5. Employment and prospects.
  6. Earnings and payments.


Yes, this is a simple speech outline of example main and sub points for an informative public speaking topic! Order the education steps till the text flows smoothly.

selecting an occupation

For other themes I invite you to try another tabulations of ideas for educational purposes.

Advanced Educational List of Speech Topics

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