Music teachers give music lessons to people of all ages and abilities.
Further education (FE) lecturers usually teach adult learners, students over 16, and students aged 14 to 16 on work-related learning.
Builders' merchants sell building and do-it-yourself products and materials to the building trade and the public.
Civil enforcement officers make sure drivers follow parking regulations on public streets and in car parks.
Customs officers stop banned items coming in or out of the country, and collect taxes and duties.
Pensions administrators handle the day-to-day running of pension schemes and life insurance policies.
Hotel porters welcome guests, carry their luggage and answer their queries.
Reprographic assistants use photocopiers and printers to make documents, brochures, leaflets and pictures.
Court ushers make sure that everyone involved with a court case is present and that they know what to do.
Food factory workers make frozen, tinned, baked and dried products.
Order pickers select the products that online customers choose.
Road workers build and repair roads and motorways.
As a car salesperson you'll sell new and used cars, vans or motorbikes.
Community transport managers organise transport services locally for elderly and disabled people and schoolchildren.
Crematorium technicians make sure things run smoothly during a cremation.
Cemetery workers prepare and maintain graves and memorial sites.
Yard people load and unload deliveries and re-order stocks at factory warehouses, building supplies and retail distribution companies.
Chefs prepare, cook and present food.
Paper makers make a range of paper products, including tissue and heavy board, from wood and recycled materials.
Finance officers help to manage the finances of an organisation by keeping track of its income and controlling its spending.