Graphic designers create visual branding, adverts, brochures, magazines, website designs, product packaging and displays.
Sales managers organise, coach and lead teams of sales representatives to work towards agreed targets.
Computer games developers make games for the internet, mobile phones, PCs and games consoles.
Automotive engineers design, develop, test and build cars and motorbikes.
Aerospace engineers design, build and maintain planes, spacecraft and satellites.
Sample machinists produce samples of garments to show designers or customers how finished items will look.
Steel fixers install and tie together the steel bars and mesh used to strengthen concrete during construction.
Light industry assemblers work on production lines, fitting parts and components together to make products.
Manufacturing systems engineers design and install manufacturing equipment and assembly production lines.
Mechanical engineers develop and design components and machinery used in manufacturing, construction, water, power, health and transport.
Knitters produce garments, soft furnishings and accessories by hand and on knitting machines.
Mechanical engineering technicians design, install and repair industrial plant machinery and parts.
Computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinists make precision parts for the engineering and manufacturing industries.
Dental technicians design, make and repair the dental appliances used for improving patients’ appearance, speech or ability to eat.
Riding centre managers plan and run the centre’s activities, manage staff and develop the business.
Pattern cutters create pattern templates based on drawings from a fashion designer.
Interior designers plan and supervise the design and decoration of the inside of buildings.
Education technicians support science, art, IT or design and technology teachers by preparing equipment and materials for practical lessons.
Hat designers use creative skills to design and make hats.
Marine engineering technicians design, build, service and repair boats and ships.