Petrol station sales assistants sell fuel and other items to customers in garage forecourt shops.
Forensic psychologists explore what makes people commit crimes.
Bilingual secretaries provide administrative services in English and one or more foreign languages.
Secondary school teachers educate young people aged 11 to 16, and up to age 19 in schools with sixth forms.
Geoscientists study the Earth's structure and formation, and analyse rocks to explore its natural mineral and energy resources.
Botanists study all forms of plant life.
EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teachers help students learn or improve their English in the UK and abroad.
Agricultural engineers make and maintain agricultural, horticultural and forestry machinery and equipment.
Nail technicians repair, paint and decorate clients’ nails.
Franchise owners are self-employed people who've bought a licence to operate under an established company's brand.
Photographic technicians produce images from digital files.
Port operatives work with cargo, passengers and marine craft in ports and harbours.
Beauty therapists carry out face and body treatments to help clients look and feel better.
French polishers use traditional skills to treat wood and restore furniture and items like staircases, doors and musical instruments.
Motorsport engineers design, build and test racing cars and bikes.
Electricity distribution workers maintain and repair the power lines that connect homes and businesses to the national grid.
Fine artists create original works of art using methods like painting, drawing and sculpture.
Police community support officers (PCSOs) work in a neighbourhood policing team dealing with minor offences and crime prevention.
Soldiers take part in peacekeeping missions, supporting humanitarian efforts or fighting in combat zones around the world.
Yard people load and unload deliveries and re-order stocks at factory warehouses, building supplies and retail distribution companies.