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Vocabulary: ready to go job hunting
When you finish High School, an Academy, or University, with your diploma, (or not) you will have to face a long and difficult experience, especially in our present economic context: looking for, and finding a job.
This lesson isn't a recipe to find this long-expected position, but will rather make sure you have the necessary vocabulary to look for it more efficiently.
You want to be a member of "the working population"...
|An occupation||A trade|
|A job||Job security|
|Full employment||A career|
|A vacancy||A job offer|
|A vacant position||A job advertisement/ a job ad|
|An employment agency||A headhunter|
* a profession: an occupation requiring a great deal of education or specialized training (lawyers, doctors in medicine and nurses, architects and teachers.)
To have a job
To be in work
To look for a job
To be job-hunting
|To apply for a job (to sb)||A job application|
|To recruit sb||To employ sb as|
|To take sb on||To hire sb as|
|To appoint sb to a post||To appoint sb manager|
|To fill a post||To make a career|
|A work contract||To sign a contract with|
|A term contract||A probation/ a trial period|
To promote sb to/ To upgrade sb to
To demote sb/ To downgrade sb
|To transfer sb to||A promotion|
To take sb on probation= to take sb on for a trial period= to take sb on a trial basis
Here are most of the situations which you'll face when looking for a job. I hope you'll quickly find your "Dream Job"... THE FORCE is with you!
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