Jockeys are sports professionals who ride racehorses at race meetings for horse trainers and owners.
Hotel porters welcome guests, carry their luggage and answer their queries.
Pathologists are doctors who diagnose disease by examining cells and tissue samples, and sometimes performing autopsies.
Hotel room attendants make sure that hotel rooms are clean, tidy and inviting for guests.
Minerals surveyors look at the commercial potential of quarrying and mining sites, and restore sites once raw materials have been extracted.
Racehorse trainers manage the day-to-day running of a racing stable. They look after the horses’ welfare, training and race preparation, and manage staff.
Lock keepers open and close lock gates on canals and rivers to allow leisure and commercial boats to pass through.
Film and TV runners work behind the scenes, doing small jobs and basic tasks to help the production run smoothly.
Road haulage load planners control the transfer of goods around the country’s road transport network.
Hotel managers are in charge of the day-to-day running of a hotel.
Farm managers work to run farms, or parts of farms, efficiently and profitably.
Tram drivers transport passengers to and from destinations, following a set timetable.
Ofsted inspectors visit, inspect and report on the quality of places of education and learning, and children’s services.
Geoscientists study the Earth's structure and formation, and analyse rocks to explore its natural mineral and energy resources.
DJs play music for audiences at venues, or on the radio.
Head chefs oversee restaurants’ staff, food and budgets.
Horse grooms look after horses’ everyday needs, and make sure they’re healthy and in good condition.
Community transport drivers provide a door-to-door service for people who can’t easily use public transport.
Construction labourers carry out a range of manual jobs on building sites.
Receptionists are the first point of contact for visitors to organisations.