Nursery managers run early years childcare centres, providing day care for babies and young children from birth to 5 years.
Early years teachers, also known as nursery teachers, are specialists in early childhood development.
Nursery workers help babies and children up to 5 years old to develop and learn in a safe and supportive environment.
Nannies work in private homes caring for their employer’s babies and young children.
Fish farmers work in small teams to breed and rear fish and shellfish, and harvest them for market.
Childminders care for babies, toddlers and children in their own home, supporting their learning and development.
Portage home visitors provide a home-visiting service for pre-school children with developmental or learning difficulties, physical disabilities or other special needs.
Sports professionals are skilled and talented sportsmen and women, who are paid to compete in their chosen sport.
Florists design and sell flower arrangements, bouquets and wreaths.
Kennel workers care for dogs and cats in kennels or catteries.
Fishmongers sell fish and seafood products, and advise customers on how to prepare them.
Medical secretaries provide office support in hospitals, GP surgeries, private clinics and universities.
Chauffeurs drive clients from place to place, making sure their journey is safe and comfortable, and that they arrive on time.
Weighbridge operators check delivery paperwork and record the weight of lorries arriving and leaving the depot, factory or site.
Planning and development surveyors assess, design and manage development projects in towns, cities and rural areas.
RAF non-commissioned aircrew carry out air patrols over UK airspace and take part in NATO operations.
Fitness instructors organise exercise programmes to improve people's health and fitness.
Classical musicians and singers perform classical music in concert, or on film, TV, or radio recordings.
Caretakers look after buildings like schools, community centres and flats, keeping them secure, clean and well-maintained.
Railway signallers operate the signals and points on rail tracks to keep trains running safely and on time.