Knitters produce garments, soft furnishings and accessories by hand and on knitting machines.
Electricians fit, service and fix electrical equipment, circuits, machinery and wiring.
Bakers make bread, cakes and pastries using machines or by hand.
Retail merchandisers make sure that goods are in the right stores, or online, at the right time and the right price.
Shopkeepers manage their own stores or run a store on behalf of a retail chain.
Retail jewellers promote and sell a range of jewellery to customers.
Betting shop cashiers work in high street bookmakers' shops, serving customers and handling bets.
Door supervisors check the suitability of people wanting to enter venues like pubs, bars and nightclubs and look after the safety of the people inside.
Motor vehicle parts persons supply individuals, dealerships and garages with parts.
Exhibition designers work with organisations and individuals to turn their ideas into engaging displays.
Yard people load and unload deliveries and re-order stocks at factory warehouses, building supplies and retail distribution companies.
Stockbrokers manage their clients' investments by trading stocks, shares and other financial products to get the best return.
Kitchen and bathroom fitters install kitchens and bathroom suites in homes and businesses.
Systems analysts look at a company's IT infrastructure and work out where to make improvements.
Checkout operators serve customers at tills in supermarkets and large retail stores.
Printing administrators work in the production process of the printing, packaging and graphics industry.
Laboratory technicians support scientists and help carry out tests, research and investigations.
Industrial cleaners work in factories, power stations and high-rise buildings, and clear up after fires, floods and at crime scenes and road accidents.
Cellar technicians install and maintain drinks systems in places like pubs, bars, hotels and restaurants.
Airport information assistants help and support passengers in airports.