Most jobs in this career family focus on offering personal services to people – this could be anything from hairdressing to tailoring. If you have a career in this job family you will probably end up self-employed or working for a small business so business skills are really important.
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Aromatherapists use oils to promote emotional wellbeing.
Bakers make bread, cakes, pastries, and other baked goods.
Barbers cut and style men’s hair and beards.
Baristas make and serve coffee in shops, cafés, coffee shops and restaurants.
Entry with level 2 qualificationsBeauty therapist
Beauty therapists offer a range of cosmetic treatments to clients.
Beauty therapists carry out beauty treatments on clients.
Car valets clean cars, inside and out, to keep them looking in top condition.
Chauffeurs drive clients to wherever they need to go.
Chimney sweeps clean the chimneys of open fires.
Cleaners make sure houses, offices or other commercial businesses are kept clean and tidy.
Cruise ship stewards clean and maintain guestrooms or cabins.
Dog groomers keep dogs’ fur coats in good condition.
Driving instructors teach people how to drive cars safely.
Dry-cleaners use a range of chemicals to clean clothes, soft furnishings and other items.
Gardeners design, manage, plant, and tend gardens.
Hairdressers cut and style hair.
A handyperson, carries out minor repairs and small jobs in people's homes and businesses.
Hypnotherapists use hypnotism to help clients achieve positive changes in their lives.
Requiring a degree/Level 4-6 qualificationInterpreter
Interpreters convert speech from one language to another.
Nail technicians look after, shape and decorate people’s finger and toe nails.
Tailors create custom-made suits, jackets and coats for men and women.
Wedding planners help organise weddings.