Radiographers use equipment to diagnose or treat patients who are ill or injured.
Dental technicians design, make and repair the dental appliances used for improving a patients’ appearance, speech or ability to chew.
Forensic scientists prepare traces of physical evidence for use in courts of law.
Planning and development surveyors assess, design and manage development projects in towns, cities and rural areas.
Leather technologists prepare, treat and finish leather to make it ready for manufacturing.
Pharmacologists study the effects of drugs and other chemical substances on cells, animals, humans and the environment.
Minerals surveyors look at the commercial potential of quarrying and mining sites, and restore sites once raw materials have been extracted.
Biologists study living things, like animals and plants.
Primary school teachers look after the educational, social, physical and emotional development of children from ages 5 to 11.
Landscape architects plan, design, create and manage the landscapes we live and work in.
Analytical textile technologists produce technical textiles for industries like automotive and healthcare.
Technical textiles designers use computer aided design software to research, create and test textiles for specific uses.
Transport planners manage road, rail and air transport networks at local, regional and national level.
Audiologists work with children and adults who suffer from hearing loss, tinnitus, or have problems with balance.
Naval architects design, construct, refit and repair marine vessels and offshore structures.
Medical sales representatives ('reps') work for pharmaceutical companies, selling drugs, medicines and medical equipment to health professionals.
Cartographers collect information about the geography of an area to design and produce maps, charts and pictures.
Scenes of crime officers (SOCOs) find, record and recover evidence from crime scenes.
Agricultural inspectors make sure animal welfare and health and safety regulations are followed on farms, in dairies and other agricultural workplaces.
Computer-aided design (CAD) technicians use software to design buildings, machinery, goods and components.