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Here is the selection for the service industry roles that include: butler/concierge, housekeeper, nanny, food server, bartender, sommelier, postal worker, mechanic, paperboy, customer service, theater service, mechanic, hairstylist, lab tech, hazmat, crime scene cleanup, teacher, lumberjack, crossing guard, construction worker, farmer, beekeeper: 

Many of these might be listed with other pages, but we have put them all here for ease of searching. Many of these are very self-explanatory and easy to figure out what to wear.  Unfortunately, there is a limited selection with the trusted costume suppliers we recommend via the links above, so some might only have one or two items, such as customer service agents - we just found a headset that you can couple with a solid suit and maybe make a name badge with your character's name. 

You might wonder why serial killers are added to this board - well, they wear coveralls, which you can use for many of the service industry jobs, such as mechanic, so just set aside the creepy mask and weapon for next year.  

The butler costume can stretch to fit not only a butler, but a house manager, sommelier, or concierge, and there is a plain black waist apron to fit any server job or choose the car hop costumes or Bob's Burger costume.  If your character works for fine-dining, wear a solid suit and carry a leather notepad to take their order.

For a hairstylist role, you can essentially wear anything trendy - and maybe pick a fun wig from the board to wear.  Or, make it dark with a Sweeney Todd costume. 

Construction workers, crossing guards could wear a brightly colored shirt (neon safety colors) or a Port Authority safety jacket. 

Notes on service industry roles by Dr. Bon: 

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