Librarians run public and private libraries, managing access to books, multi-media resources and computers.
Land surveyors measure the shape of the land, and gather data for civil engineering and construction projects.
Care home managers are responsible for the leadership and day-to-day running of residential care homes.
Registrars collect and record details of all births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships.
Analytical textile technologists produce technical textiles for industries like automotive and healthcare.
Health service managers run local healthcare services such as hospitals, GP practices and community health services.
Clinical scientists research and develop techniques and equipment to help prevent, diagnose and treat illness.
Banking customer service advisers provide a face-to-face service in banks and building societies.
Barristers give specialist legal advice, advising solicitors and representing people in court and at tribunals and public inquiries.
Security Service personnel protect the UK against threats to national security.
Healthcare assistants help look after patients in hospitals or in patients’ own homes.
Cartographers collect information about the geography of an area to design and produce maps, charts and pictures.
A police officer keeps law and order, investigates crime and supports crime prevention.
Tax inspectors make sure the correct amount of tax is paid and that fraud hasn’t taken place.
Psychiatrists diagnose and treat patients with mental health problems.
Surgeons specialise in caring for patients who may need an operation.
A hospital doctor diagnoses and treats illness and disease in patients admitted to hospital.
Anaesthetists provide anaesthetics to patients before, during and after surgery.
Railway signallers operate the signals and points on rail tracks to keep trains running safely and on time.
Management consultants help organisations solve problems and improve efficiency.