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Librarians develop, organise and manage library services such as collections of information, recreational resources and reader information services.
Test analysts design and carry out testing processes for new and upgraded computer software and systems, analyse the results, and identify and report problems.
Auditors examine and report on the financial records and systems of organisations to ensure they are accurate.
Bank workers receive deposits and pay out money, keep records of transactions, issue receipts, and advise customers on banking services and products.
Property managers look after the daily running of residential and commercial properties.
Managing directors/chief executives organise and take responsibility for the effective operation of an organisation.
Statisticians design studies and surveys, and collect, analyse, interpret and present numerical information to assist in decision-making.
Office managers are responsible for a range of tasks that make an office run smoothly, including administrative duties, staff supervision and financial work.
Economists analyse financial, labour and trade markets, and predict or explain economic events.
Environmental scientists study the environment and how plants, animals and other organisms are affected by it. They also study external influences, such as pollutants, and advise how to avoid or reduce harmful effects on the environment.