Choreographers design sequences of steps and movements, usually accompanied by music, for dancers and other artists to perform.
Audio-visual technicians install and operate visual, sound and lighting equipment at venues like conference centres, art galleries or schools.
Magazine journalists research and write news articles and features for a wide variety of publications.
General practice surveyors are involved in the management, valuation, buying, selling and development of land and property.
Set designers design and create the setting for a television, theatre or film production.
Interior designers plan and supervise the design and decoration of the inside of buildings.
Court administrative assistants help with the day-to-day running of courts and their supporting offices.
Forklift truck engineers service and repair lift trucks.
Motorsport engineers design, build and test racing cars and bikes.
Conservators preserve and restore historical objects and buildings.
Writers produce creative work, including novels, children’s books, poetry and travel and technical writing.
Medical illustrators produce photographs, videos and graphical images for use in health care.
Printing administrators work in the production process of the printing, packaging and graphics industry.
Entertainment agents promote the careers and manage the business affairs of performers and other professionals in the entertainment industry.
Glass engravers use electrical and hand tools to create designs on glass.
Circus performers entertain audiences with displays of skills like acrobatics and clowning.
Sound engineers work in studios and make recordings of music, speech and sound effects.
Furniture restorers repair and conserve modern and antique pieces of furniture.
Actors use speech, movement and expression to bring characters to life in theatre, film, television and radio.
Animators bring drawings and computer generated characters to life on screen.