Health and safety advisers work to reduce accidents, injury and health problems in the workplace.
Diplomatic service officers help to promote and protect British interests, businesses and citizens overseas.
Health service managers run local healthcare services such as hospitals, GP practices and community health services.
Health trainers promote healthy living and help people make healthier lifestyle choices.
Learning disability nurses help people with a learning disability to live as independently as possible.
Ergonomists help to make sure that equipment and machinery are safe and easy to use.
Library assistants help librarians to manage the day-to-day running of a library.
Care home advocates make sure the views and wishes of residents in care homes are heard.
Wardrobe assistants help to make, find and look after clothes and costumes used in theatre, film and TV productions.
Family support workers help and advise families with long- or short-term difficulties.
Photographic stylists use clothes, props and accessories to dress sets and create the right ‘look’ and mood for a photo shoot.
GP practice managers run the business side of doctors' surgeries and health centres.
Health promotion specialists educate and inform people about health issues.
Special educational needs (SEN) teaching assistants support teachers to help children with a wide range of learning, physical or behavioural difficulties.
Clinical scientists research and develop techniques and equipment to help prevent, diagnose and treat illness.
Leather craftworkers make clothes, shoes and accessories from leather, using traditional methods.
Headteachers manage schools.
Environmental health officers make sure people's surroundings are safe, healthy and hygienic.
Mental health nurses work in hospitals and the community, to support people with a range of mental health issues.
Pet behaviour counsellors help pet owners deal with animal behaviour problems.