This section of the Futureintech website profiles more than 50 different jobs that use maths, science and technology skills. You can find out what's involved, where you could work, and how to get the qualifications you need. From the job profile you can go on to read the stories of people who already work in the role.
We've grouped the roles into four main areas: Digital Technology, Technology, Engineering and Science.
Digital Technology: There's currently a shortage of people with the right digital skills, and the number of ICT-related jobs is expected to grow between 23% and 53% over the next decade. Find out if you'd enjoy being a software engineer, web developer or information systems specialist.
Technology Jobs: Technologists are involved in most aspects of our lives: they identify needs, problems and opportunities, and work out solutions. Their skills, knowledge and practical abilities are in demand in a wide range of industries from digital technology to biotechnology, food technology and product development.
Engineering Jobs: Are you interested in environmental issues, earthquake-proofing building, high performance sports, computers, medical care, manufacturing food or other products? You could follow your interest into a rewarding job in one of the many different engineering fields.
Science Jobs: Lots of different industries and organisations need science knowledge and skills - from agriculture and environmental protection to manufacturing food, paint and fertiliser - and many more.