Sports professionals are skilled and talented sportsmen and women, who are paid to compete in their chosen sport.
RAF officers lead and manage teams of airmen and airwomen. They also carry out flying duties or work in specialist ground duties.
Sports coaches teach sports skills to individuals and teams of all sporting abilities.
Royal Marines Commandos take part in frontline combat, and are sent at short notice to deal with emergency situations.
Pet shop assistants serve customers and look after animals in pet shops.
Singing teachers teach vocal skills, singing, music theory and musical appreciation to individuals and groups.
Astronauts are trained to fly, or be crew members of, spacecraft.
Animal technicians look after animals in laboratories.
Outdoor activities instructors lead trips and teach skills in activities like hill walking, climbing, canoeing, skiing and snowboarding.
EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teachers help students learn or improve their English in the UK and abroad.
Animal care workers look after animals in places like kennels, rescue centres or sanctuaries.
Physiotherapists work with patients to improve their range of movement and promote health and wellbeing.
Horticultural therapists use gardening to improve their clients' health and wellbeing.
Veterinary physiotherapists work with injured animals, or animals with movement problems, to help reduce pain and improve their health.
Chiropractors manipulate joints, bones and soft tissue to help clients control pain or prevent injuries from reoccurring.
Royal Air Force (RAF) airmen and airwomen use specialist skills for mostly ground support roles in defence and peacekeeping missions.
Kennel workers care for dogs and cats in kennels or catteries.
Health promotion specialists educate and inform people about health issues.
Horse grooms look after horses’ everyday needs, and make sure they’re healthy and in good condition.
You’ll work with a team of specialists to diagnose and treat eye problems.