Pre-press operators carry out a range of tasks in the printing industry, like getting artwork from a client and supplying the printing plates used on a press.
Nursery managers run early years childcare centres, providing day care for babies and young children from birth to 5 years.
Nursery workers help babies and children up to 5 years old to develop and learn in a safe and supportive environment.
Portage home visitors provide a home-visiting service for pre-school children with developmental or learning difficulties, physical disabilities or other special needs.
TV presenters work in television, introducing and hosting programmes, interviewing people and reporting on issues and events.
Tattooists create permanent artwork on their clients' bodies.
Education technicians support teachers and lecturers of science, art, IT or design and technology by preparing equipment and materials, and helping in practical lessons.
Newspaper journalists investigate and write up stories for local, regional and national newspapers.
Machine pressers operate industrial equipment to make metal sheeting and parts for use in manufacturing and construction.
Publicans manage licensed premises like pubs and bars.
Broadcast journalists research and present news stories and factual programmes on TV, radio and the internet.
Optometrists test vision, identify eye health problems, prescribe glasses and fit contact lenses.
Art directors design the visual side of advertising campaigns for all kinds of media including film, TV, web or print.
Tourist guides show visitors around places of interest like cities, historic buildings and art galleries.
Acupuncturists insert needles into pressure points on clients’ bodies to help relieve everyday stresses, and improve their wellbeing.
Pharmacy technicians prepare prescriptions.
Make-up artists apply make-up and style hair for people appearing on camera or in front of a live audience.
Art editors use words and images to make magazines look good and easy to read.
Sports commentators describe what’s happening at sporting events to listeners and viewers and offer their opinions.
Public relations (PR) officers manage an organisation's public image and reputation.