I suppose, if you are going for a massage, you'll want to know the difference between a masseur and a masseuse. But do I care which gender makes the pastry?...
Meanwhile, this ad gives a description of what is being "crafted" but not the "artisan's" job title:
Now look at this picture. You are correct if you caption it "Dumb waiter":
Just don't call her that! A dumb waiter is a small lift (elevator) that carries small objects such as what you see above.
Dishwashers are no longer politically correct. It's dish technician, if you don't mind:
Yesterday, I wondered what is a criminal lawyer. There are many other similar puzzling job titles (including copy editor, I suppose). These include child psychiatrist and plastic surgeon. Bernard told me this one:
The man, resplendent in his bemedalled uniform, was trying to impress the attractive woman at a cocktail party. "I am a naval surgeon," he proclaimed.
"Really, I didn't know the belly-button needs such special attention!" she exclaimed.
Then there's the rise of the machine -- the robotic surgeon:
Speaking of erectile issues, remember this pic I had previously posted?...
Well, the person in charge of this work is called an erection supervisor. Here's one such ad:
And apparently there's a construction firm with this name:
I was realising by now that there were job titles (real or self-invented) that were anything but mundane, such as these:
...a versatile tongue gets you to many exotic places?
...there's this animal called the horny goat. So there will be horny goatologists?
These three pics above came from this website below:
(The guys will all be vying to be contestant escorts!)
Here's a couple more related links:
Finally, you can create your own pompous/facetious job title with this "generator":