Payroll administrators make sure employees get paid the right amount on the right date.
Public relations (PR) officers manage an organisation's public image and reputation.
Farriers prepare and treat horses' feet, and make and fit horseshoes.
Freight forwarders organise the transportation of goods and cargo around the UK and overseas.
Grants officers look at applications for grants from charities, government or public bodies and decide whether to award funding.
Credit controllers help firms get the money they're owed from businesses and individuals.
Admin assistants give support to offices by organising meetings, typing documents and updating computer records.
Astronomers use scientific techniques to study the origin and make-up of the universe.
Import-export clerks ship goods to and from the UK by road, rail, air and sea.
Volunteer organisers recruit, train and manage volunteers.
Pensions administrators handle the day-to-day running of pension schemes and life insurance policies.
Garage managers are responsible for the day-to-day running of a garage workshop.
Production managers take care of the business, financial and recruitment side of film and television productions.
Tax advisers help their clients plan their finances, to make sure they're paying the right amount of tax.
Hotel receptionists make guests feel welcome, manage room bookings (reservations) and deal with requests from guests.
Dressmakers create made-to-measure clothing like dresses, trousers and blouses for their customers.
Facilities managers oversee the operation and maintenance of building systems and services.
Choreographers design sequences of steps and movements, usually accompanied by music, for dancers and other artists to perform.
Franchise owners are self-employed people who've bought a licence to operate under an established company's brand.
Travel agency managers are responsible for the sales targets and running of retail holiday outlets.