Insurance account managers develop business accounts and increase sales of their company's insurance products.
Recycling operatives collect recyclable materials like glass, paper, plastics and metals from homes and businesses, and sort them at waste collection sites.
Franchise owners are self-employed people who've bought a licence to operate under an established company's brand.
Credit managers control the amount of credit offered by a company and manage the debts it is owed.
Commissioning editors commission or buy authors, book titles or ideas for publication.
Network managers oversee the design, installation and running of IT, data and telephony systems in an organisation.
Farm managers work to run farms, or parts of farms, efficiently and profitably.
Art valuers give advice on how much a piece of art or a collection of art is worth.
A horticultural manager grows plants commercially for use in parks, gardens and public spaces.
Shopkeepers manage their own stores or run a store on behalf of a retail chain.
Hat designers use creative skills to design and make hats.
Market traders sell goods like food or clothing, or services like mobile phone repairs, from street stalls or indoor markets.
Media buyers book advertising space in newspapers and magazines, and on TV, radio and cinema.
Gardeners grow and look after plants in a range of private and public green spaces.
Hotel managers are in charge of the day-to-day running of a hotel.
Insurance underwriters decide whether to insure a person or company, and set out the details of insurance policies.
Car fleet managers look after the day-to-day operation of a company's vehicles.
Systems analysts look at a company's IT infrastructure and work out where to make improvements.
Sports agents negotiate employment contracts for their clients.
Textile designers create fabric designs and patterns for woven, knitted and printed materials for clothes or interior furnishings.