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TỔNG HỢP TỪ VỰNG VÀ THÀNH NGỮ IELTS CHỦ ĐỀ JOBS
- Occupation (n): A person’s regular or principal job or profession.
- Career (n): A person’s lifelong professional journey or progress in a specific field.
- Profession (n): A specialized occupation that requires advanced knowledge and training.
- Employment (n): The act of being employed or having a job.
- Job (n): A specific piece of work done in exchange for payment.
- Work (n): Activities, tasks, or duties performed to achieve a specific purpose or goal.
- Employee (n): A person who is hired to work for an organization or company.
- Employer (n): A person or organization that hires and pays employees.
- Resume (n): A written document that lists a person’s work experience, education, and skills, typically used when applying for a job.
- Curriculum Vitae (CV) (n): A detailed document that provides an overview of a person’s academic and professional history, often used for academic or research positions.
- Salary (n): A fixed amount of money paid to an employee for their work, usually on a monthly or annual basis.
- Wage (n): Payment received by an employee for work done, typically calculated on an hourly or daily basis.
- Earnings (n): The amount of money earned from work or investments.
- Promotion (n): The advancement of an employee to a higher job position with increased responsibilities and benefits.
- Retirement (n): The act of leaving employment or ceasing to work, usually due to age or after completing a specific number of years of service.
- Resignation (n): The act of formally quitting or stepping down from a job or position.
- Freelancer (n): A self-employed individual who offers their services to multiple clients on a project-by-project basis.
- Entrepreneur (n): A person who starts and manages their own business, taking financial risks in the hope of making a profit.
- Internship (n): A temporary position in which a student or recent graduate works to gain practical experience in a specific field.
- Apprenticeship (n): A program in which a person learns a trade or profession by working alongside an experienced practitioner.
- Land/get/find a job: To successfully secure employment.
- Dream job: A job that one desires and finds fulfilling.
- High-paying job/Well-paid job: A job that offers a substantial salary or income.
- Entry-level job: A job suitable for beginners or those with minimal experience.
- Challenging job: A job that presents difficulties or requires problem-solving skills.
- Rewarding job: A job that provides personal satisfaction or a sense of accomplishment.
- Dead-end job: A job that offers little opportunity for advancement or career growth.
- Temporary job: A job that lasts for a limited duration or a specific project.
- Desk job: A job that primarily involves office or administrative work.
- Remote job: A job that allows for working from a location outside of the traditional office.
- Nine-to-five job (n): A regular working schedule from approximately 9 AM to 5 PM.
- Intellectual jobs (n): Jobs that require mental or cognitive skills, such as analysis, problem-solving, or creativity.
- Manual jobs (n): Jobs that involve physical labor or the use of hands, such as construction, plumbing, or carpentry.
- Side hustle (n) A side job, also informally called a side hustle or side gig, is an additional job that a person takes in addition to their primary job in order to supplement their income
- Transferable skills: Skills that can be applied across different job roles or industries.
- Job market: The current demand and availability of jobs in a particular field or industry.
- Job prospects: The likelihood of finding employment or career opportunities.
- Rapid career advancement (n): Quick or fast progression in one’s professional journey.
- Extensive work experience (adj + n): A wide range or considerable amount of practical job-related background.
- Acquire transferable skills (v + adj + n): To obtain skills that can be applied across different job roles or industries.
- Climb the career ladder (v): To advance or make progress in one’s professional journey by moving up to higher positions with more responsibilities and better opportunities.
- Maintain work-life balance (v + n):
- Get a pay raise
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