Geoscientists study the Earth's structure and formation, and analyse rocks to explore its natural mineral and energy resources.
Animal care workers look after animals in places like kennels, rescue centres or sanctuaries.
Land surveyors measure the shape of the land, and gather data for civil engineering and construction projects.
Technical surveyors carry out tasks to support chartered surveyors, architects and engineers.
Community transport managers organise transport services locally for elderly and disabled people and schoolchildren.
Construction labourers carry out a range of manual jobs on building sites.
Receptionists are the first point of contact for visitors to organisations.
Bakers make bread, cakes and pastries using machines or by hand.
Probation officers supervise people serving community and prison sentences, and help them to stay away from crime.
Gamekeepers manage countryside used for shooting and fishing.
Roundspeople deliver and sell goods and services to homes and businesses, usually from a van.
A horticultural manager grows plants commercially for use in parks, gardens and public spaces.
TV presenters work in television, introducing and hosting programmes, interviewing people and reporting on issues and events.
Recycling operatives collect recyclable materials like glass, paper, plastics and metals from homes and businesses, and sort them at waste collection sites.
Sub-editors check written content before it’s published in newspapers, magazines and on websites.
Train conductors issue tickets to rail passengers and make sure that their journeys are safe and comfortable.
Sewing machinists stitch pieces of material together to make clothing, accessories and soft furnishings.
GP practice managers run the business side of doctors' surgeries and health centres.
Rural surveyors value the assets of farms and estates, advise clients on legal and tax issues, and plan and develop land use.
Baristas make and serve coffee in cafes, coffee shop chains, restaurants and hotels.