Waiting staff serve customers in restaurants and cafes by taking orders and payment, serving food and preparing tables.
Cruise ship stewards clean and service cabins on board cruise ships.
Order pickers select the products that online customers choose.
Museum curators manage collections of objects of artistic, scientific, historical and general interest.
Religious (or faith) leaders offer spiritual and moral guidance, and lead public worship and other religious ceremonies.
Handypersons carry out minor repairs and small jobs in people's homes and businesses.
A police officer keeps law and order, investigates crime and supports crime prevention.
Pattern graders take original clothing designs and adapt the measurements to produce a range of different garment sizes.
Retail managers look after stores, motivate staff to achieve sales targets, organise promotional events and monitor industry trends.
Furniture restorers repair and conserve modern and antique pieces of furniture.
Food packaging operatives work on production lines to put food and drink products into containers, cans or packets.
Art gallery curators manage collections of paintings and objects.
Production assistants support producers in making film or TV programmes.
Kiln attendants oversee the firing process for clay and ceramic products like tableware, bricks and tiles.
Insurance loss adjusters investigate large or complicated claims for insurance companies.
Consumer scientists study why people use or buy products and services, and give advice to retailers and manufacturers.
Archivists look after and preserve collections of historical records and documents.
Timber yard workers sort and label timber stock, cut wood to size, and make up and deliver orders for customers.
Cemetery workers prepare and maintain graves and memorial sites.
Taxi or private hire drivers pick up passengers and charge fares to take them to their destination by the quickest route.