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Science technicians help scientists carry out research, testing and experiments in areas such as chemistry, earth sciences, life sciences and physical sciences.
Ideas on how to relate science teaching to future careers and life beyond school.
Ideas on how to relate social sciences teaching to future careers and life beyond school.
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Information technology (IT) managers plan and supervise computer and information technology services for organisations or technical teams.
Geospatial specialists gather and analyse geographic and spatial (location-based) information and use specialist software to present it in user-friendly formats such as maps and 3D models.
Technical writers create content for printed and online media, such as user guides, manuals, intranet and website pages, and present it in a way that can be easily accessed and understood.
Security consultants identify security weakness in information technology (IT), advise organisations on IT security, and design IT security systems.
Statisticians design studies and surveys, and collect, analyse, interpret and present numerical information to assist in decision-making.