Visual merchandisers design eye-catching product displays and store layouts to encourage sales.
Entertainment agents promote the careers and manage the business affairs of performers and other professionals in the entertainment industry.
Animators bring drawings and computer generated characters to life on screen.
Glassmakers produce a wide variety of objects, from bottles to windows for buildings and vehicles, and from crystal vases to test tubes.
Set designers design and create the setting for a television, theatre or film production.
Prop makers create objects for use in films, TV programmes and the theatre.
Play therapists help children to make sense of difficult life experiences or complex psychological issues through play.
Beauty therapists carry out face and body treatments to help clients look and feel better.
Primary school teachers look after the educational, social, physical and emotional development of children from ages 5 to 11.
Reprographic assistants use photocopiers and printers to make documents, brochures, leaflets and pictures.
Advertising copywriters produce words for print, TV, radio and online adverts.
Grants officers look at applications for grants from charities, government or public bodies and decide whether to award funding.
Writers produce creative work, including novels, children’s books, poetry and travel and technical writing.
Dancers use movement to perform for live audiences or in recorded performances.
Higher education (HE) lecturers teach academic and vocational subjects at universities and further education colleges. They also carry out research.
Nursery workers help babies and children up to 5 years old to develop and learn in a safe and supportive environment.
Booksellers buy books from publishers or wholesalers and sell them to customers.
Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) practitioners use talking therapy to help patients change negative patterns of thinking or behaviour.
Machine printers set up, operate and maintain printing presses, and make sure the right materials are used.
Costume designers are responsible for the overall look of the clothes and costumes in theatre, film or television productions.