Antique dealers buy and sell old objects and collectors' items.
Dry cleaners use chemicals and solvents to clean clothes and other items that can't be washed in the normal way.
Removals workers move household and office furniture and other items from one location to another.
Delivery van drivers collect a wide range of items and deliver them to customers.
Picture framers mount items like photographs, artwork or other objects for display.
Customs officers stop banned items coming in or out of the country, and collect taxes and duties.
They also remove out of date items and help customers.
Laundry workers operate washing machines and tumble dryers to clean and dry items like clothes, bed linen and uniforms.
Sample machinists produce samples of garments to show designers or customers how finished items will look.
Blacksmiths work with different metals to create decorative, industrial and everyday items.
Shoe repairers mend footwear and items like belts and bags.
French polishers use traditional skills to treat wood and restore furniture and items like staircases, doors and musical instruments.
Finance officers help to manage the finances of an organisation by keeping track of its income and controlling its spending.
Estimators work out how much it will cost for a company to supply products and services to its clients.
Homeopaths believe that you can use homeopathic remedies to stimulate the body to heal itself.
IT directors manage the development of IT systems for their organisation and its customers.
Advertising account executives provide the link between an advertising agency and its clients.
Highways cleaners keep footpaths, green spaces and streets clean, and deal with litter, graffiti, and other items left by the public.
Charity directors plan ways to develop a charity’s services, generate income and raise awareness of its work.
Petrol station sales assistants sell fuel and other items to customers in garage forecourt shops.