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Animators and digital artists use software, models, photography and drawings to create still and moving images for advertisements, film, print, web or television.
Solicitors give legal advice, prepare legal documents and study the details of legal arguments.
Software developers develop and maintain computer software, websites and software applications (apps).
Environmental engineers assess and reduce the impact of engineering projects on water, soil and air. They also plan and design systems to treat and remove waste.
Chemists study the make-up and behaviour of chemicals, and may use their findings to develop new products and processes.
Food technologists research, develop and improve food and drink products. They may also be involved in the processing, packaging, storage and safety of food to meet government and industry standards.
Geologists study Earth processes, such as earthquakes, floods and volcanic eruptions, to predict future events. They also advise on natural hazards and how to develop or use the Earth's land and resources.
Intelligence officers collect and analyse information on people, places and events that may be a threat to businesses or national and international security.
Agricultural/horticultural scientists study farm animals, soils, pastures and crops to improve growth, health and quality, and to prevent pests and disease.
Water/wastewater treatment operators run water and wastewater treatment plants. They treat water so that it is acceptable to drink. They also control the disposal of sewage and industrial wastewater.