Speech and language therapy assistants help support people who have difficulties with communication, or with eating, drinking or swallowing.
Airport information assistants help and support passengers in airports.
Occupational therapy support workers work with occupational therapists to help people live as independently as possible after illness, accident or with the ageing process.
Auto electricians fit and repair the electrics in motor vehicles.
Telephonists, or switchboard operators, answer and connect calls and take messages.
Electricity generation workers operate and maintain equipment in power stations.
Accounting technicians handle day-to-day financial matters in all types of business.
Health play specialists use their understanding of child development and therapeutic play activities to help children cope during their time in hospital.
Health records clerks keep people's medical records up to date.
Data entry clerks and typists use keyboard skills to enter information into databases and systems, and create letters, reports and other documents.
Printing assistants work in all stages of the print process.
Baristas make and serve coffee in cafes, coffee shop chains, restaurants and hotels.
Import-export clerks ship goods to and from the UK by road, rail, air and sea.
School secretaries provide administrative support in schools.
Phlebotomists collect blood samples from patients, and send them off for analysis and testing.
Reprographic assistants use photocopiers and printers to make documents, brochures, leaflets and pictures.
Non-destructive testing technicians (NDT) test materials and components used in structures and machinery.
Signwriters produce hand-painted signs for places like historic buildings, fairgrounds, shops and pubs.
Window fitters install windows, conservatories and glazed curtain walls in homes and businesses.
Library assistants help librarians to manage the day-to-day running of a library.