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Forensic scientists apply scientific knowledge and skills to investigating crimes and helping the police find or eliminate crime suspects. They may also do research into developing or improving forensic techniques.
Exhibition and collections technicians prepare, install, maintain and dismantle museum and art gallery exhibitions.
Funeral directors/embalmers organise and direct funerals, register deaths, and prepare human bodies for visits by families, and for burial or cremation.
Myths and legends are a rich and relevant resource that can be utilised in many career development contexts, says Claire Stirling-Hawkins, practice leader and conference presenter.
Careers are determined by an interaction between our personality and the environment in John Holland's Theory of Career Choice. We want jobs with people like us.
The skills employers most want you to have.
Statisticians design studies and surveys, and collect, analyse, interpret and present numerical information to assist in decision-making.
Historians research, write and present information about events and people of the past and present. They may also teach history.
Jewellers design, make, alter and repair items such as rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings.
Records advisers create and monitor electronic and paper filing systems so that records can be filed, found, tracked and disposed of.