3D printing technicians manufacture products, including biomedical implants, car parts, aerospace components and fashion accessories.
Animators bring drawings and computer generated characters to life on screen.
App developers design and build mobile applications for PCs, mobile phones and tablets.
Archivists look after and preserve collections of historical records and documents.
Business analysts work with organisations to help them change and improve.
Cartographers collect information about the geography of an area to design and produce maps, charts and plans.
Computer games developers make games that can be played online, and on mobile phones, PCs and games consoles.
Computer games testers play computer games to check they work, and find and record problems or ‘bugs’.
Cyber intelligence officers gather information about where threats to information technology (IT) systems come from and how they work.
Data entry clerks type information into databases and systems and create letters, reports and other documents.
Database administrators (DBAs) plan and build computer systems, and make sure they’re secure and working properly.
Digital delivery managers are responsible for the performance of a team and the digital products and services they produce.
Digital marketers promote brands, products and services through social media, websites and apps.
Digital product owners lead a team of specialists to build web-based products and services for customers.
E-learning developers create course materials that can be studied on a computer network or online.
Forensic computer analysts investigate computer-based crime, often called cyber crime.
Geospatial technicians collect data to create maps, update satellite navigation systems and plan construction projects.
Graphic designers create visual branding, adverts, brochures, magazines, website designs, product packaging and displays.
IT directors manage the development of IT systems for their organisation and its customers.
Indexers build up lists of searchable terms for things like books, magazines, reports, websites and photographic collections.
Information scientists manage an organisation's information resources and make sure it's all readily available.
IT project managers oversee the development and installation of computer hardware and software systems.
IT security co-ordinators protect their clients' data from unauthorised access, theft and misuse.
IT technical support staff diagnose and solve software and hardware problems for computer users.
IT trainers design and teach computer courses.
Librarians run public and private libraries, managing access to books, multi-media resources and computers.
Library assistants help librarians to manage the day-to-day running of a library.
Media researchers support producers by finding information, people and places for television or radio programmes.
Network engineers design, implement and maintain the way data is transferred across digital and telecommunications networks.
Network managers supervise the design, installation and running of IT, data and telephony systems in an organisation.
Operational researchers analyse how organisations can improve the way they work.
Pre-press operators work in the printing industry, getting artwork from a client and supplying the printing plates used on a press.
Robotics engineers design and build machines to do automated jobs in industries like manufacturing, aerospace and medicine.
Security Service personnel protect the UK against threats to national security.
Social media managers communicate with organisations’ customers and clients through social media channels.
Software developers design, build and test computer programs for business, education and leisure services.
Solutions architects lead teams that design and develop new computer systems for clients.
Systems analysts look at a company's IT infrastructure and work out where to make improvements.
Technical architects help plan, design and build IT systems for clients.
Technical authors write documents and guides that explain how to use products and services.
Telephonists, or switchboard operators, answer and connect calls and take messages.
Test leads plan and co-ordinate the testing programmes when new computer systems and applications are being developed or upgraded.
UX designers use research to understand their users and create websites, applications and software to meet their needs.
User researchers collect, analyse and test data to design websites, software and applications based on user needs.
Web content editors research, write and manage an organisation’s online content, including text, images, video and other media.
Web content managers are responsible for the information that goes on an organisation's website.
Web designers use their creative and technical skills to design new websites and redesign existing ones.
Web developers create and maintain websites and web applications.