Airport information assistants help and support passengers in airports.
Laboratory technicians support scientists and help carry out tests, research and investigations.
Personal assistants give secretarial and administrative support to managers.
Royal Air Force (RAF) airmen and airwomen use specialist skills for mostly ground support roles in defence and peacekeeping missions.
Soldiers defend the interests of the UK by taking part in peacekeeping missions, supporting humanitarian efforts, or fighting in combat zones around the world.
Nurses give care, advice and support to adults who are sick, injured or have physical disabilities.
Family support workers help and advise families with long- or short-term difficulties.
Production assistants support producers in making film or TV programmes.
Playworkers support children and young people to create their own spaces and opportunities for play.
Sports club secretaries provide administrative support to clubs and societies.
Agricultural contractors provide specialised, seasonal or other temporary support work to farmers.
Education welfare officers ensure that children attend school and get the support they need.
Local government administrative assistants provide clerical support in council departments and give information to the public.
A police officer keeps law and order, investigates crime and supports crime prevention.
Online tutors support students who are studying courses over the internet.
School secretaries provide administrative support in schools.
Technical surveyors carry out tasks to support chartered surveyors, architects and engineers.
Funeral directors make arrangements for burials or cremations, and provide support and advice for the bereaved.
Life coaches support and encourage people to help them make the most of their lives.
Welfare rights officers give support and free advice to the public.