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Profession

A profession is a job at which someone works and for which they have had training. It is what they do to get money or a living. People often study for years to do their job. Examples of a profession are a teacher or a lawyer. These are called "le ...

                                               

Professional

A professional is someone who has a specialised job which only very well trained people can perform, such as Doctors, lawyers, and teachers. These occupations are known as professional occupations. They may often get paid more than other people. ...

                                               

Vocation

A vocation is a job that suits a person best. It is also the desire to do a particular job, especially a religious career like being a priest. For religious people, a vocation is often something they feel God has asked them to do. A vocation is f ...

                                               

Adjudicator

An adjudicator is someone who decides on a winner at a competition for music or theatre. The adjudicator will always be somebody who has a lot of experience in what he is adjudicating. In big international festivals, a team of several adjudicator ...

                                               

Administrator

Administrators are people who organize things like businesses. All businesses have administrators. They make decisions, organize the people who work there and make sure that things are working alright and there are no problems. Their work is call ...

                                               

Archivist

An archivist is a professional who collects, organizes, preserves, maintains control over, and provides access to information determined to have long-term value. The information maintained by an archivist can be any form of media. As Richard Pear ...

                                               

Artist

An artist is a person who creates art. This word is used most often for persons and activities of high culture. That is for example drawing, painting, sculpture, acting, dancing, writing, filmmaking, photography, and music. Sometimes a person who ...

                                               

Audiologist

The role of an audiologist is to diagnose and treat hearing problems, minimising the impact these problems have on the lives of their patients. Audiologists will provide help that is customised to each patient to help them be able to communicate ...

                                               

Auto mechanic

An auto mechanic is a mechanic that works with cars, car parts, and special car changes that make the car work differently called modifications. Auto mechanics can either know all about all the different parts that let the car work, or they can s ...

                                               

Begging

Begging means asking people for money, food, shelter or other things, when one is not able to give anything instead. It is also referred to as sponging, spanging or panhandling. In larger cities, it is common to see beggars who ask for money, foo ...

                                               

Blacksmith

A blacksmith is a person who works with iron and steel. The blacksmith hammers hot iron on an anvil to change its shape. Blacksmiths make iron and steel tools. A smith is a person who works in metal. A blacksmith works with iron and steel. A thou ...

                                               

Businessperson

A businessperson is someone who works at a job that focuses on making money. Very broadly it can mean anyone who works in industry or commerce. More narrowly, it is someone who works in the management of a company. Sometimes the word means an ent ...

                                               

Chief executive officer

A Chief Executive Officer, or Chief Executive, is the highest ranking corporate officer, administrator, corporate administrator, executive, or executive officer, in charge of total management of a corporation, company, organization or agency.

                                               

Cleaner

A cleaner is someone who takes away garbage and cleans surfaces. Cleaners sometimes repair things, and maintain their equipment in good working order, as well as dusting, washing, waxing and polishing. Heavy duty cleaners often move furniture, la ...

                                               

Consultant

A consultant is a professional who provides expert advice in a particular area of expertise. Various consultants offer advice in management, accountancy, the environment, entertainment, technology, law, human resources, marketing, emergency manag ...

                                               

Court reporting

A court reporter or court stenographer, also called stenotype operator, shorthand reporter or law reporter, is a person whose occupation is to transcribe spoken or recorded speech into written form, using shorthand, machine shorthand or voice wri ...

                                               

Curator

A curator or keeper looks after collections. It may be a private activity, but usually they look after the collections of a cultural heritage institution. Art galleries, museums, libraries or archives have curators. Zoos have zookeepers and under ...

                                               

Dean

A dean is the title of a high official in a church or college. At one time all ancient colleges were entirely run by priests. In England, you could not even be a student unless you were a member of a Church of England congregation. In those days, ...

                                               

Deputy

A deputy is a person who helps someone do their job when they are not there. "Deputy" is a rank or title. It usually refers to someone who is "second-in-command". For example: a "Deputy Master" is someone who will take over the responsibilities o ...

                                               

Firefighter

Firefighters or firemen are people whose job is to put out fires and rescue people. Besides fires, firefighters rescue people and animals from car wrecks, collapsed buildings, stuck elevators and many other emergencies. Firefighting is a job whic ...

                                               

Gangster

A gangster, mobster, or gangsta is a criminal who is a member of a crime organization, such as a gang. The terms are widely used in reference to members of gangs associated with American prohibition and the American offshoot of the Mafia, such as ...

                                               

Hawker

A hawker is a person who sells things that can be easily moved from place to place. They are also known as peddlers, costermongers, or street vendors. Hawkers often sell food. They attract attention by calling out, singing chants, and interacting ...

                                               

Indentured servant

An indentured servant was a worker in a contract with an employer for a certain length of time. Usually a laborer or craftsman would have to work three to seven years in exchange for the cost of transportation across the ocean, food, clothing, la ...

                                               

Internship

Intern is the job title given to people who work in an organization which has an internship program. It is similar to an apprenticeship, but is the term more commonly used if the work takes place in office environments. The work in an internship ...

                                               

Kapellmeister

Kapellmeister, is a German word which means a musician who is in charge of music-making. The word comes from the Latin word for "chapel". In German "Kapelle" got the meaning: "choir". "Meister" means "master". The French word is maitre de la chap ...

                                               

King of Arms

A King of arms is a government officer in countries like England, Scotland, and Wales. He grants coats of arms to other people. King of Arms is the highest rank of officer of arms. Some countries do not have a King of Arms, but have another perso ...

                                               

Landlord

A landlord is a kind of businessperson or company who owns buildings or land, and earns money by charging rent to people who want to use them. The word originated in the Middle Ages because a person who owned land then was also its lord who was i ...

                                               

Mechanician

A mechanician is an engineer or a scientist working in the field of mechanics, or in engineering, applied mechanics and similar fields. Sometimes mechanicians are also called mechaniker and mechanicist.

                                               

Merchant

Merchants deal with trade. That means they deal goods that they do not produce themselves, in order to get profit. Merchants can be two types: A retail merchant sells goods to consumers including businesses, commonly known as retailers. A shop ow ...

                                               

Migrant worker

A migrant worker is someone who regularly works away from home, if they even have a home. The United Nations use of this term overlaps with foreign worker. In the United States, the term is commonly used broadly to describe people who move freque ...

                                               

Mohel

A knife is traditionally used for this, but a clamp is now sometimes used instead. In Orthodox Judaism the mohel is male. However, some more progressive types of Judaism allow women to serve as a mohel.

                                               

Mountain man

A mountain man was an explorer, trailblazer, and animal trapper in western North America. They thrived between 1810 and 1880. They were well known throughout the Rocky Mountains region. Famous mountain men include Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, and Jed ...

                                               

Ninja

Ninja or shinobi were a mystery in the History of Japan. The correct Japanese word for these warriors was shinobi-no-mono, which literally means "people who survive/endure". Ninja is easier to say; this is why it is more widely used. Shinobi-no-m ...

                                               

Official

An official is someone who holds an office in an organisation or government. This doesnt have to mean an office room - it can also just mean an important rank. An official in government is called a government official or public official. Official ...

                                               

Photographer

A photographer is someone who is skilled at taking pictures or photographs with a camera. An amateur photographer takes pictures for their own use. A professional photographer takes pictures as all or part of their job. Many people hire a photogr ...

                                               

Poet

A poet is someone who writes poetry. Poetry can be written in any language by a poet. Sappho was an Ancient Greek poet. She lived in Lesbos, Greece. She was famous for writing lyric love poems to women. She wrote in the Ancient Greek language. Fa ...

                                               

Recruitment

Recruitment is the process of finding new people to do a job. For a company or organization, it is important to choose the right people from the beginning. This is because human resources are often a very important part of a business. Recruitment ...

                                               

Scribe

A scribe is an ancient occupation. A scribes job involved reading and writing, especially during the Renaissance. Being a scribe meant writing letters, and historical records for kings, nobility, and temples. It was an important job when few peop ...

                                               

Secretary

A secretary is a person who is employed to help in an office, and help the people in charge of the office do their job. By definition, the main task of a secretary is to keep organized paper and electronic files for the business, school, hospital ...

                                               

Smith (metalwork)

A smith, or metalsmith, is a person who makes things from metal. Metal smiths were very important before industrialisation because they made metal tools for farming especially the plough and weapons for fighting in wars. Because of the importance ...

                                               

Squire

A squire was the shield bearer or armour bearer of a knight, and at times was a knights servant. Use of the term has changed over time. In the Middle Ages, a squire was the apprentice of a knight. Later it meant a leader in an English village or ...

                                               

Statistician

A statistician is someone who works with theoretical or applied statistics. The profession exists in both the private and public sectors. The core of that work is to measure, interpret, and describe some events in the world and spot patterns with ...

                                               

Town crier

A town crier is a person who is employed by a town council to make public announcements in the streets. The crier can also be used in court or official announcements. Criers often dress elaborately, a tradition known from the 18th century, in a r ...

                                               

Whaler

A whaler is a person who hunts whales, or the boat they use. They hunt whales for their oil, made from their fat, called blubber, and the meat. Today, there is a treaty which bans the hunt of some whale species. Most countries signed the treaty. ...

                                               

Wheelwright

A wheelwright is someone who builds or repairs wheels. In the olden days there were lots of carts. The wheels were made of wood. It was a difficult job to make them, so the cartwright made the cart and the wheelwright did the specialized job of m ...

                                               

Wikimedian in Residence

A Wikimedian in Residence is somebody who works with an organisation. They can also be known as a Wikipedian in Residence. The name is also shortened to WiR. They help the people at the host organisation to understand Wikipedia. They also help th ...

                                               

Wikipedia administrators

Wikipedia administrators are senior, trusted volunteers who have been selected by the Wikipedia community. They are also known as admins, sysops, and janitors. Administrators are appointed following a successful request for adminship. As of April ...

                                               

Kennedy Center Honors

Every year, the Kennedy Center gives its Kennedy Center Honors to artists. These artists have contributed to American culture. Most of these artists were performers, such as actors, dancers, and musicians. Some of these artists were movie directo ...

                                               

Peoples Choice Award

The Peoples Choice Awards is an awards show recognizing the people and the work of popular culture. The show has been held every year since 1975 and is voted on by regular people. The Peoples Choice Awards air on CBS and are produced by Procter & ...

                                               

Screen Actors Guild Award

A Screen Actors Guild Award is an award given by the Screen Actors Guild to recognize outstanding performances by its members. The statuette given, a nude male figure holding both a mask of comedy and a mask of tragedy, is called "The Actor". It ...

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