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Artistic, Literary and Media Occupations

  • Actors, entertainers and presentersActors, entertainers and presenters sing, portray roles in dramatic productions, perform comedy routines, gymnastic feats and tricks of illusion, train animals to perform and perform with them, and introduce and present radio and television programmes.
  • ArtistsArtists create artistic works using appropriate techniques, materials and media; design artwork and illustrations; and restore damaged pieces of art.
  • Arts officers, producers and directorsArts officers, producers and directors assume creative, financial and organisational responsibilities in the production and direction of television and radio programmes, films, stage presentations, content for other media, and the promotion and exhibition of other creative activities.
  • Authors, writers and translatorsJob holders in this unit group write, edit and evaluate literary material for publication excluding material for newspapers, magazines and other periodicals but including scripts and narrative for film, TV, radio and computer games and animations; and translate spoken and written statements into different languages.
  • Dancers and choreographersDancers and choreographers devise, direct, rehearse and perform classical and contemporary dance routines.
  • MusiciansMusicians write, arrange, orchestrate, conduct and perform musical compositions.
  • Photographers, audio-visual and broadcasting equipment operatorsWorkers in this unit group operate and assist with still, cine and television cameras and operate other equipment to record, manipulate and project sound and vision for entertainment, cultural, commercial and industrial purposes.

Sports and Fitness Occupations

  • Fitness instructorsFitness instructors deliver training in a range of fitness activities, including weight training, yoga, pilates, personal training and other forms of exercise at private health and fitness centres, local authority run sports and leisure centres, other public and community establishments, and in private homes.
  • Sports coaches, instructors and officialsSports coaches, instructors and officials work with amateur and professional sportsmen and women to enhance performance, encourage greater participation in sport, supervise recreational activities such as canoeing and mountaineering, and organise and officiate at sporting events according to established rules.
  • Sports playersProfessional sportsmen and women train and compete, either individually or as part of a team, in their chosen sport for financial gain.

Functional Managers and Directors

  • Advertising and public relations directorsAdvertising and public relations directors plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the advertising, public relations and public information activities of an organisation.
  • Financial managers and directorsFinancial managers and directors plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate financial information and advise on company financial policy.
  • Functional managers and directors n.e.c.Functional managers and directors in this unit group perform a variety of senior management tasks in respect of other specialist functions or fields of activity in organisations not elsewhere classified in MINOR GROUP 113: Functional Managers and Directors.
  • Human resource managers and directorsHuman resource managers and directors plan, organise and direct the personnel, training and industrial relations policies of organisations, advise on resource allocation and utilisation problems, measure the effectiveness of an organisation’s systems, methods and procedures and advise on, plan and implement procedures to improve utilisation of labour, equipment and materials.
  • Information technology and telecommunications directorsJob holders in this unit group plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the work and resources necessary to provide and operate information technology and telecommunications services within an organisation.
  • Marketing and sales directorsMarketing and sales directors plan, organise and direct market research and formulate and implement an organisation’s marketing and sales policies.
  • Purchasing managers and directorsPurchasing managers and directors (not retail) plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the purchasing functions of industrial, commercial, government organisations and public agencies to ensure cost-effectiveness.

Managers and Proprietors in Other Services

  • Garage managers and proprietorsGarage managers and proprietors plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the day-to-day running of garages and specialist vehicle maintenance and repair establishments.
  • Hairdressing and beauty salon managers and proprietorsJob holders in this unit group plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the activities and resources of hairdressing salons, beauty treatment and similar establishments.
  • Managers and proprietors in other services n.e.c.Job holders in this unit group perform a variety of managerial tasks in other service industries not elsewhere classified in MINOR GROUP 125: Managers and Proprietors in Other Services.
  • Property, housing and estate managersJob holders within this unit group manage shopping centres, residential areas and private estates, and arrange for the sale, purchase, rental and leasing of property on behalf of clients and employers.
  • Shopkeepers and proprietors – wholesale and retailShopkeepers and proprietors in this unit group co-ordinate, direct and undertake the activities in the running of small, independent retail and wholesale establishments.
  • Waste disposal and environmental services managersWaste disposal and environmental services managers plan, organise, direct and co-ordinate the operations and development of waste disposal and related environmental services facilities within private firms or public authorities.

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Data Source: Annual Population Survey (APS), © Crown Copyright

Important Information: The Annual Population Survey provides information on key social and socio-economic variables at a local level. The data enables monitoring of key estimates between censuses and provides local area information for labour market statistics. This data is based on the most detailed (4 digit) occupation data shown at unitary authority and county level; it has also been aggregated to region level*. The data covers the period April 2015 to March 2016*.

* Please note that the region figures have been aggregated from county and UA based data, where for disclosure control reasons some data has been suppressed. The counts at region level are therefore an approximation.