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architect

architect

/ˈɑɹkəˌtɛkt/
noun
a person whose job is designing buildings and typically supervising their construction
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Japan hired star architect Zaha Hadid for the design.

Today, he's known as the architect of modern sneaker design.

They're sort of the high elves of the ant kingdoms; talented architects that create castles and city-states.

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assistant

assistant

/əˈsɪstənt/
noun
a person who helps someone in their work
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So do waiters and waitresses, airline pilots and cabin stewards, and nurses and dental assistants.

I had a brand new doctor and then there was a brand new assistant I've never met.

This is Juan Cruz, a former member of the National Security Council who served as a special assistant to President Trump.

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boss

boss

/ˈbɑs/, /ˈbɔs/
noun
a person who is in charge of a large organization or has an important position there
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One day George's boss sent for him. '

When George got back to the office at last, the boss was waiting for him. '

The boss wasn't surprised. '

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businessperson

businessperson

/ˈbɪznəˈspɝsən/
noun
someone who works in business, especially at a high level
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What he felt you could aspire to is be the businessperson, be the community activist that he was.

How can any businessperson justify the manufacturing of this process?

Warhol was an extremely astute businessperson, who formed his first corporate entity, Andy Warhol Enterprises, in 1957.

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chemist

chemist

/ˈkɛmɪst/
noun
a scientist who studies chemistry
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It can take up to 10 years for geologists, chemists, and engineers to examine a potential site.

A variety of chemists, chemical analysts, and technicians work on-site.

Not even the most celebrated Nobel-prize-winning organic chemist knows every single reaction from start to finish.

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detective

detective

/dɪˈtɛktɪv/
noun
a person, especially a police officer, whose job is to investigate and solve crimes and catch criminals
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Literary detectives have uncovered many facts about William Shakespeare.

Mr Holmes, you are a famous detective - please help me!'

An old hat My name's Dr Watson, and I'm a good friend of the famous detective Sherlock Holmes.

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to employ

to employ

/ɛmˈpɫɔɪ/, /ɪmˈpɫɔɪ/
verb
to give work to someone and pay them
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Similarly, contemporary cultures today employ many common items, including clothing, as symbols of social status.

Another one is that deaf people can't be employed.

Atef carries the plant about a mile to his workshop, where he employs seven people.

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engineer

engineer

/ˈɛndʒəˈnɪɹ/
noun
a person whose job is to design or build roads, bridges, machines, etc., or maintain them
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The title engineer defines his status within the context of employment.

These mechanical features gave later engineers the idea to develop mechanical clocks.

Engineers are developing technology to use that force.

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instructor

instructor

/ˌɪnˈstɹəktɝ/
noun
a person who teaches a practical skill or sport to someone; someone whose occupation is teaching
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[drill instructor blows whistle] These recruits are 36 hours away from officially becoming United States Marines.

Drill instructor: Break his ribs!

Drill instructor: Strike harder!

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director

director

/daɪˈɹɛktɝ/, /dɝˈɛktɝ/, /diˈɹɛktɝ/, /dɪˈɹɛktɝ/
noun
a person who manages or is in charge of an activity, department, or organization
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Another group of less expensive gimmicks came from a small-time movie producer and director who actually did make money.

Tomas is the director of BananaTech Ireland.

Tomas, the BananaTech Ireland director, was there to say hello to them. '

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lawyer

lawyer

/ˈɫɔɪɝ/, /ˈɫɔjɝ/
noun
a person who practices or studies law, advises people about the law or represents them in court
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There were two famous lawyers and several important witnesses. '

the lawyer repeated angrily. '

the lawyer asked. '

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receptionist

receptionist

/ɹiˈsɛpʃənɪst/, /ɹɪˈsɛpʃənɪst/
noun
a person who greets and deals with people arriving at or calling a hotel, office building, doctor's office, etc.
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I mean, I'm a receptionist at Soul Cycle.

The most he got in response at this stage was a bit of sympathy from the receptionist.

She's held jobs as a receptionist on the outside.

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to train

to train

/ˈtɹeɪn/
verb
to be taught the skills for a particular job or activity through instruction and practice over time
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Health ministries may not have the money to build clinics or hire trained medical practitioners.

A very strict officer was talking to some new soldiers whom he had to train.

Train yourself to be patient, like me.

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adviser

adviser

/ædˈvaɪzɝ/
noun
someone whose job is to give advice professionally on a particular subject
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I'm also chief science adviser to Match.com.

I mean in my case, I called an adviser when I was finishing grad school

Or two, you could work with the financial adviser.

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agent

agent

/ˈeɪdʒənt/
noun
a company or person that represents another person or company or manages their affairs
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Agent: Er, let me see.

Agent: you can't have everything.

Agent : I see .

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employment

employment

/ɛmˈpɫɔɪmənt/, /ɪmˈpɫɔɪmənt/
noun
the fact or state of having a regular paid job
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The title engineer defines his status within the context of employment.

Employment rises by two and a half million.

The Fed is almost also supposed to maximize employment.

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marketing

marketing

/ˈmɑɹkətɪŋ/
noun
the act or process of selling or advertising a product or service, usually including market research
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Marketing is a company's plan for selling a product.

The company's marketing plan will be aimed at the parents, specifically the mothers.

Marketing teams must consider such factors when they design a marketing campaign.

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president

president

/ˈpɹɛzəˌdɛnt/, /ˈpɹɛzɪdənt/
noun
the head of a company or corporation
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They claim to be best friends with the mayor and the police chief and the bank president.

What was the weather in New York like for George Washington's 1789 inauguration as the first president?

And president elect Biden was reportedly even considering him for Attorney General.

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profession

profession

/pɹəˈfɛʃən/
noun
a paid job that requires a high level of education and training
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And that really goes for a lot of other professions too, really.

Teachers, are you sure you picked the right profession?

Policing isn't an easy profession.

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to retire

to retire

/ˌɹiˈtaɪɝ/, /ɹiˈtaɪɹ/, /ɹɪˈtaɪɹ/
verb
to leave one's job and stop working, usually on reaching a certain age
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Retired aircraft, or assets, come from all over the world.

And in case you were wondering, Ando finally retired at age 95.

She's retired.

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accountant

accountant

/əˈkaʊntənt/
noun
someone whose job is to keep or check financial accounts
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Anyways, Mackenzie is a very talented novelist but she is not an accountant

Millionaires and billionaires spend a lot on trying to reduce their tax burden by hiring creative accountants and lawyers.

Do you want to be your own accountant?

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analyst

analyst

/ˈænəɫɪst/
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a trained individual who is concerned with analyzing the facts and providing others with information
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Is there anything that investors or analysts say that you feel like they really misunderstand?

A variety of chemists, chemical analysts, and technicians work on-site.

According to Phil Lempert, a supermarket analyst, this is due to the frosty barrier of the freezer section.

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apprentice

apprentice

/əˈpɹɛntəs/, /əˈpɹɛntɪs/
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someone who works for a skilled person for a specific period of time to learn their skills, usually earning a low wage
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He mentors apprentices during the four-year program at Arion.

And keeping this craft alive relies on training the next generation of apprentices.

She leaves her apprentice in charge and heads to the center of the city.

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archeologist

archeologist

/ˌɑːɹkɪˈɑːlədʒˌɪst/
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a person whose job is to study ancient societies using facts, objects, buildings, etc. remaining in excavation sites
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12,000 years later an archeologist is trying to figure who you were.

Or the archeologists who excavate mass graves to reveal the mysteries of ancient civilizations.

Archeologists spend a lot of time digging where they think they might find important historical objects, or artifacts.

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CEO

CEO

/sˌiːˌiːˈoʊ/
noun
the highest-ranking person in a company
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My name's Mike Hooven, and I'm the CEO of Enable Injections.

That's Nagendra, the CEO of Buffalo Games, the largest puzzle maker in North America.

J.Crew was able to hire retail star Millard "Mickey" Drexler as CEO in 2003.

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critic

critic

/ˈkɹɪtɪk/
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someone who gives their personal standpoint of a movie, play, etc. as a job
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- [Narrator] Critics said he still was not taking the pandemic seriously. -

What critics misunderstand is that it's the turns where good drivers earn their keep.

Matt: He is a harsh critic, isn't he?

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entrepreneur

entrepreneur

/ˌɑntɹəpɹəˈnɝ/, /ˌɑntɹəpɹəˈnʊɹ/
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a person who starts a business, especially one who takes financial risks
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Any eager entrepreneur who wants to start a weather-consulting business can buy and operate the necessary equipment.

Being a great entrepreneur is all about compressing time.

He's a health food entrepreneur and a professor of business and society at NYU.

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estate agent

estate agent

/ɪstˈeɪt ˈeɪdʒənt/
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a person whose job is to help clients buy or rent houses or other properties
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Sam: I guessed c) estate agents.

In Northwest London, no one understands the desires and demands of multi-millionaires better than Hampstead estate agent Trevor Abramson.

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freelance

freelance

/ˈfɹiˌɫæns/
adjective
earning money by working for several different companies rather than being employed by one particular organization
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[laughs] I had just gotten a couple of freelance writing assignments.

I'm a freelance journalist here.

Going Gonzo Even after the success of his first book, Hunter S. Thompson was still a freelance journalist.

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occupation

occupation

/ˌɑkjəˈpeɪʃən/
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a person's profession or job
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A uniform identifies the occupation and status of many workers.

So if you take the set of workers who are in the industries and occupations you would identify with.

It used to be that people were assigned to a specific sickness fund based on their occupation or region.

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