Some professions are more likely to come across a trafficking situation. For example, a construction worker might notice other workers living in unfinished houses. A hotel owner might notice a room that has a lot of activity with multiple people coming and going. Other occupations where you might cross paths with a victim include but are not limited to healthcare workers, restaurant workers, and law enforcement.
As a professional on the front-lines of this issue, you can participate in a training on human trafficking so you are prepared to identify a situation of possible trafficking, react appropriately, and report the circumstance.