Personal shoppers give advice to customers and suggest products that may suit their needs.
School crossing patrols help children and adults cross the road safely on their way to and from school.
Medical secretaries provide office support in hospitals, GP surgeries, private clinics and universities.
Order pickers select the products that online customers choose.
Sales assistants sell products and help customers.
Personal trainers help their clients reach their personal health and fitness goals.
Personal assistants give secretarial and administrative support to managers.
Insurance underwriters decide whether to insure a person or company, and set out the details of insurance policies.
Motor vehicle parts persons supply individuals, dealerships and garages with parts.
Butlers carry out a range of personal and household tasks for their employers.
They organise activities to help with personal and social development.
Beauty consultants demonstrate cosmetic products to customers and help them to choose the right ones to buy.
Foster carers look after children and young people who can’t be looked after in their own homes.
Receptionists are the first point of contact for visitors to organisations.
Sales administrators process sales orders and payments, arrange deliveries and offer after-sales support.
Fitness instructors organise exercise programmes to improve people's health and fitness.
Typists use a computer to produce letters, reports and other documents.
Pilates teachers help clients change and improve their body strength and posture through breathing, stretching and conditioning exercises.
DJs play music for audiences at venues, or on the radio.
Baristas make and serve coffee in cafes, coffee shop chains, restaurants and hotels.