People & Professions in Vietnamese

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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 Vietnamese“.

People & Professions in Vietnamese

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human (being) / person
loài người
một người
people / humans
nhiều người
loài người
đàn bà
đàn ông
trẻ em
con gái
con trai


employee / worker
nhân viên
clerk / official
thư ký
nhân viên văn phòng
cộng tác viên
pensioner / retiree
nhân viên nghỉ hưu
unemployed person / jobseeker
thất nghiệp
người tìm việc
bác sỹ
tiến sỹ
nhà báo
kỹ sư
giám đốc
quản lý
thư ký
lái xe
nông dân
người nướng bánh
salesman (m), saleswoman (f)
nhân viên bán hàng (m), nhân viên bán hàng nữ (f)
y tá
policeman (m), policewoman (f)
cảnh sát (m), cảnh sát nữ (f)
cook / chef
đầu bếp
bếp trưởng
teacher (m), female teacher (f)
giáo viên (m), giáo viên nữ (f)
shoemaker [Sg]
thợ làm giày
shoemakers [Pl]
những thợ làm giày
watchmaker [Sg]
thợ làm đồng hồ
watchmakers [Pl]
những thợ làm đồng hồ

Work & Application

(to) work
làm việc
work / job
làm việc
công việc
nơi làm việc
employment / occupation
việc làm
nghề nghiệp
văn phòng
nhà máy
construction site
công trường xây dựng
(to) earn
kiếm tiền
(to) look for a job
tìm việc
(to) find a job
tìm việc
job interview
phỏng vấn việc làm
giáo dục
kinh nghiệm

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