Writers produce creative work, including novels, children’s books, poetry and travel and technical writing.
RSPCA inspectors investigate complaints about animal cruelty, and rescue animals and provide medical treatment.
Skills for life teachers work with adults and sometimes 16 to 18-year-olds to improve their English and maths.
Medical illustrators produce photographs, videos and graphical images for use in health care.
Marketing executives promote a company's products, services or brand.
Music promotions managers publicise recording artists or live music events.
Photographic technicians produce images from digital files.
Fashion models advertise clothes and accessories by modelling at events like catwalk shows, and appearing in photographs for magazines, newspapers and digital media.
Information scientists manage an organisation's information resources and make sure it’s all readily available.
Fine artists create original works of art using methods like painting, drawing and sculpture.
Economists advise government departments, businesses, banks and other organisations about the economy.
Broadcast engineers make sure television, radio and online programmes are broadcast at the right times and are high quality.
Wedding planners help couples have the wedding they want.
Broadcast journalists research and present news stories and factual programmes on TV, radio and the internet.
Palaeontologists study the fossils of plants and animals.
Furniture restorers repair and conserve modern and antique pieces of furniture.
Animators bring drawings and computer generated characters to life on screen.
Media researchers support producers by finding information, people and places for television or radio programmes.
Sound engineers work in studios and make recordings of music, speech and sound effects.
Editorial assistants provide support at all stages of the publication process for books, journals, magazines and online content.