English - Klett, Thematischer Grund und Aufbauwortschatz; 2. Semester Kapitel 9

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professional
Barry´s a professional football player.
professional advice
         
expert
skill
Computer skills are useful in many jobs.
         
basic
basic skills
knowledge
         
Helen´s got a working knowledge of German.
instructor
driving/ ski instructor
         
become, became, become
Jason wants to become a scientist when he grows up.
train
         
Sue´s training to be a nurse.
training course
offer
         
Elizabeth got an offer of a job today.
There was a job offer in today´s paper for a part-time secretary.
apply, applied, applied
         
I´m thinking of applying for that job in Australia.
Ruth´s applied to several companies, but she still hasn´t got a job.
application
         
application form
application documents
curriculum vitae
         
interview
job interview
counsellor
         
apprentice
After leaving school, Richard became an apprentice in a carpenter´s shop.
apprenticeship
         
occupation
profession
the medical profession
         
the teaching profession
trade
Andrew´s a plumber by trade.
         
Andrea´s in the book trade.
career
vacancy
         
There´s a vacancy in the accounts department.
qualification
qualify, qualified, qualified
         
In order to qualify for the job, you need previous experience.
Martha passed her exam and qualified as a doctor.
job
         
Gwyneth´s got a good job in a transport company
job centre
living
         
What do you do for a living?
sideline
As a sideline, I play drums in a band.
         
part-time
Nigel only works part-time.
full-time
         
Dave´s got a full-time job.
working hours
flexitime
         
work
at work
out of work
         
start work
stop work
Desmond has to work very hard at the office.
         
Megan works for Lloyds.
Kenny works as a taxi driver.
opportunity
         
Working at your company´s office in Sydney would be a great job opportunity.
equal opportunities for women
run, ran, run
         
run a firm/ company
manage
Margaret has managed the company since her husband´s death.
         
management
labour
labour market
         
employed
unemployed
the unemployed
         
employment
unemployment
unemployment rate
         
regular
Angela´s got a regular job now.
steady
         
a steady job
boss
employer
         
employee
worker
The factory employs 2000 workers.
         
freelance
freelance author
self-employed
         
Jason is self-employed.
civil servant
staff
         
employ
hire
fire
         
Tom was fired for drinking on the job.
noisy
The builders were so noisy yesterday that the office staff had to be sent home.
         
stress
busy
I´m sorry, but Ms Swan is busy at the moment.
         
His job keeps Tim very busy.
variety
It´s the variety of activities Pat´s job requires that makes it so interesting.
         
boring
earn
earn a living
         
income
income tax
pay, paid, paid
         
pay
take-home pay
wages
         
salary
weekly
monthly
         
rise, raise
get a rise/raise
increase
         
Salaries for office workers were increased by only two per cent this year.
overtime
work overtime
         
holiday
public holiday
bank holiday, legal holiday
         
holiday, vacation
paid holiday/ vacation
day off
         
break
My lunch break is at 12 o´clock.
tea/ coffee break
         
take a break
strike
be on strike
         
go on strike

token strike
trade union, labor union
shop steward,
union representative
         
earnings
distribute
Some companies distribute their profits among their employees.
         
reward

Tony worked very hard for the company, but got little reward.
promote

Astrapo Ltd. promotes its employees to higher positions rather than hiring new people.
promotion

get promotion
         
perk
benefit


One of the fringe benefits of this job is that the company pays my rent.
unemployment benefits,
dole

Robert is on the dole again.
         
assembly line

Sean has been working on the assembly line for five years now.
shift

do shift work

night shift
moonlighting
         
commuter

commute
telecommute


teleworker
regulation

company regulations
         
dismiss

Rose was dismissed for disobeying company regulations.
sack


get the sack

give sb the sack
notice

give sb notice

hand in one´s notice
         
lay off, laid, laid
resignation
resign

The bookkeeper suddenly resigned from her job.
         
quit, quit/quitted, quit/quitted

I´ve had enough. I quit!
retire

Raymond retired at the age of sixty.
personnel

personnel department/manager
         
department
canteen

Employees are offered a free daily lunch in the canteen.
junior

junior partner
         
senior

senior partner

senior management
supervisor
foreman, foremen (plural)

forewoman, forewomen (plural)
         
white-collar
blue-collar
skilled

skilled worker
         

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