People & Professions in English

People & Professions in English 2017-11-27T08:23:11+00:00

Let’s talk about people, jobs and professions. These words and phrases will help you when talking about yourself and others, or when you’re planning to apply for a new job abroad.

This lesson is part of the chapter “Learning English“.

People & Professions in English

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People

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
human (being)
person

people
humans

woman
women
man
men
child
children
girl
girls
boy
boys

Professions

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
profession
professions
employee
worker

employees
workers

clerk
official

clerks
officials

colleague
colleagues
pensioner
retiree

pensioners
retirees

unemployed person
jobseeker

unemployed persons
jobseekers

doctor
doctors
journalist
journalists
engineer
engineers
boss
bosses
director
directors
manager
managers
secretary
secretaries
driver
drivers
farmer
farmers
baker
bakers
salesman (m), saleswoman (f)
salesmen (m), saleswomen (f)
nurse
nurses
policeman (m), policewoman (f)
policemen (m), policewomen (f)
cook
chef

cooks
chefs

teacher (m), female teacher (f)
teachers (m), female teachers (f)
shoemaker
shoemakers
watchmaker
watchmakers

Work & Application

EnglishPronunciation
(Audio)
(to) work
work
job

workplace
workplaces
employment
occupation

employments
occupations

office
offices
factory
factories
construction site
construction sites
salary
salaries
(to) earn
(to) look for a job
(to) find a job
job interview
job interviews
CV
CVs
education
experience
experiences

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