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Types of Barbies

Architect (2011)
Architect (2011)

Architect Barbie on display at the AIA convention in New Orleans, May 2011. [Photo courtesy of Mattel, Inc.] In February Architect Barbie made her industry debut at the Toy Industry Association’s Toy Fair in New York City; in May she made her professional entrance at the American Institute of Architects convention in New Orleans.

Astronaut (1965, 1986)
Astronaut (1965, 1986)

1994 Astronaut Barbie Doll Special Edition. This doll was never removed from the box.

source: ebay.com
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Computer Engineer
Computer Engineer

Computer Engineer Barbie in its packaging Computer Engineer Barbie is the 126th career version of Mattel's Barbie doll. In response to poll results indicating strong support for computer engineers, the doll set was created and introduced in 2010.

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Game Developer (2016)
Game Developer (2016)

Game Developer Barbie is wearing jeans, sensible shoes (!), and a T-shirt that is both nerdy and kind of cute. (I think it could be translated as “control-alt-ponytail.”) She has a laptop that is laptop-colored, because women can actually use tech products that aren’t pink.

source: slate.com
Paleontologist (1997)
Paleontologist (1997)

Amazon.com: Barbie Doll Paleontologist Special Edition Blond - The Career Collection: Toys & Games

source: amazon.com
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SeaWorld Trainer
SeaWorld Trainer

Among the items Mattel is ceasing to produce is "Barbie I Can Be: A SeaWorld Trainer Doll Play Set." It includes a Barbie in a trainer's wet suit, a baby Shamu orca, a dolphin, and a training wand.

source: nbcnews.com