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Ergonomists are employed by various organizations: hospitals, factories, communications industries, and other businesses. They may be part of the regular staff at a large corporation, or they may work on an as-needed, or contractual, basis. Many ergonomists work as consultants for one or many companies. Ergonomists may practice in tandem with physical therapists, sports medicine practitioners, chiropractors, kinesiologists, and physicians. Those who work in research and design may work with engineers, architects, interior decorators, contractors, and builders.

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