Public relations (PR) officers manage an organisation's public image and reputation.
Music promotions managers publicise recording artists or live music events.
Racehorse trainers run racing stables, manage staff, look after horses’ training and welfare, and help them prepare for races.
Bid writers prepare documents used to pitch for contracts to provide services, or to apply for project funding.
Machine printers set up, operate and maintain printing presses, and make sure the right materials are used.
Martial arts instructors teach martial arts like karate, jujitsu or judo.
Fine artists create original works of art using methods like painting, drawing and sculpture.
Community arts workers help local communities plan and take part in activities like drama, dance, painting, and photography.
Conservators preserve and restore historical objects and buildings.
Art valuers give advice on how much a piece of art or a collection of art is worth.
Archaeologists learn about the past by studying sites and excavating, classifying, recording and preserving objects.
Bakers make bread, cakes and pastries using machines or by hand.
Firefighters save people and property from fire and other dangers, and give advice on fire prevention.
Dental hygienists offer advice, information and treatments to prevent and treat tooth decay and gum disease.
Kitchen porters clean, wash up and prepare food to keep hotel, restaurant and hospital kitchens running smoothly.
Deckhands clear the decks, prepare and maintain equipment and handle the catch on offshore fishing vessels.
A police officer keeps law and order, investigates crime and supports crime prevention.
Midwives give care and support to pregnant women and their babies, before, during and after childbirth.
Youth offending team officers aim to prevent children and young people under 18 from offending and reoffending.
Forensic scientists prepare traces of physical evidence for use in courts of law.