Forklift drivers load and unload goods in warehouses, airports and ports.
Forest officers manage forestry workers, plan harvesting activities and monitor planted areas.
Skills for life teachers work with adults and sometimes 16 to 18-year-olds to improve their English and maths.
Blacksmiths work with different metals to create decorative, industrial and everyday items.
Forestry workers manage trees, plants and the environment in forests and woodland.
Meteorologists collect and study data to make weather forecasts.
Freight forwarders organise the transportation of goods and cargo around the UK and overseas.
Iron and steel mill supervisors manage day-to-day operations in a foundry or steel production plant.
Petrol station sales assistants sell fuel and other items to customers in garage forecourt shops.
Secondary school teachers educate young people aged 11 to 16, and up to age 19 in schools with sixth forms.
Royal Air Force (RAF) airmen and airwomen use specialist skills for mostly ground support roles in defence and peacekeeping missions.
Actuaries work with companies and government departments, to help them forecast long-term financial costs and investment risks.
Border Force officers secure the UK border by carrying out immigration and customs controls for people and goods entering the UK.
Workshop supervisors oversee the day-to-day operations in an engineering workshop or production plant.
Forensic computer analysts investigate computer-based crime (cyber crime).
Forklift truck engineers service and repair lift trucks.
Forensic scientists prepare traces of physical evidence for use in courts of law.
Yoga teachers teach yoga as a form of exercise to increase fitness and well-being.
Forensic psychologists explore what makes people commit crimes.
Bilingual secretaries provide administrative services in English and one or more foreign languages.