A trained worker who assists a professional, although not a member of the profession. For example: AA’s in disciplines like Accounting and Information Technology, Certified Information Systems technicians, paralegals, licensed paramedics, certified professional secretaries, CAD-CAM operators, and other similarly technically focused workers who are narrowly specialized and whose formal credentials fall short of Wage-Hour FLSA Professional Long Test requirements. Typically, these individuals have successfully completed an extensive course of professional instruction (or the equivalent) beyond secondary school but short of a four-year college degree.

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