The best laid plans often need someone to draw them up so they can be put into action, and that's exactly what drafters do. Architects, scientists and engineers all need the help of professional drafters, who draw up detailed plans for projects using specifications and sketches of the original idea. But it's a different type of job than a graphic designer does. Drafters use their knowledge of manufacturing and engineering, as well as research on the specifics of a particular project, to add the fine details needed to take it from concept to reality [source: Bureau of Labor Statistics]. It's an important job, but one that's often outsourced.
Speaking of taking care of the details, it's necessary to help manage the logistics of the people who work at a business. Follow the link to the next page to see a possibly surprisingly popular job to outsource.