Reflexologists apply pressure to certain parts of the feet (reflexes), which they believe can help with relaxation and wellbeing.
Occupational health nurses care for the health and wellbeing of people at work.
Psychiatrists diagnose and treat patients with mental health problems.
Drug and alcohol workers help people tackle their drug, alcohol or solvent misuse problems.
Alexander Technique teachers work to improve posture and movement, aiming to increase their clients’ fitness and mental wellbeing.
Social workers help to protect vulnerable children and adults from harm or abuse, and support people to live independently.
Call centre operators answer enquiries from customers by telephone, email, web chat, text and post.
Clinical psychologists help people make positive changes to their thinking and behaviour.
Care home advocates make sure the views and wishes of residents in care homes are heard.
Sport and exercise psychologists study the mental and emotional effects of taking part in sport and exercise.
Aromatherapists use essential oils to help improve emotional well-being and relieve everyday stresses.
Victim care officers support people who’ve been affected by crime.
Textile spinners operate machinery that spins wool and other fibres into yarns and threads.
Textile technologists design, develop and produce fibres, yarns and fabrics.
Cinema projectionists operate the equipment that shows films in cinemas.
Pattern cutters create pattern templates based on drawings from a fashion designer.
Media researchers support producers by finding information, people and places for television or radio programmes.
Leather technologists prepare, treat and finish leather to make it ready for manufacturing.
Set designers design and create the settings for commercials, television, theatre and films.
Photographers take and process pictures of people, places, products and events.