Occupation, especially one which requires an advanced education.
That of which one professed knowledge; the occupation, if not mechanical, agricultural, or the like, to which one devotes one's self; the business which one professes to understand, and to follow for subsistence; calling; vocation; employment; as, the profession of arms; the profession of a clergyman, lawyer, or physician; the profession of lecturer on chemistry.
(1) A vocation requiring advanced education and training. (2) Collectively the members of such a vocation.
An occupation or vocation needing skills and experience learned over a period of time, the practitioners of which are governed by an organised system of rules and ethics.
Traditionally defined as an occupation requiring special training. e.g. The medical profession Piercing Professionals The legal profession Sociologists sometimes argue that the principal characteristic of professionals is keeping their knowledge secret, typically by inventing a language peculiar to the profession. This prevents the public from accessing the knowledge, thus making their profession more valuable and better paid.
A group of similar jobs or fields of interest that require specific training or expertise. Sometimes used as interchangeably with â€œoccupation.â€ â€œTeacherâ€ is an example of an occupation.
the body of people in a learned occupation; "the news spread rapidly through the medical community"
an occupation requiring special education (especially in the liberal arts or sciences)
a broader grouping of skills and disciplines to create a particular role or activity
a certain 'occupation' your character will grow in skills for
a collection of four related skill disciplines
a collegial discipline that regulates itself by means of mandatory, systematic training
a group of people engaged in an occupation or calling whose competency depends upon specialised knowledge
a group of persons that have a particular kind of training
a legally recognized occupation, usually offering a lifetime career path as well as a livelihood
an ideal type or an abstract model of superior behaviour toward which individuals in an occupation, or a particular occupations group, strive in their work and their service to the public
an occupation for which the necessary preliminary training is intellectual in character, involving knowledge and to some extent learning, as distinguished from mere skill
a number of individuals in the same occupation voluntarily organized to earn a living by openly serving a moral ideal in a morally-permissible way beyond what law, market, and morality would otherwise require
a paid occupation involving training and a formal qualification
a prestigious, white-collar occupation that requires extensive formal education
a regulated occupation usually requiring entry by examination
a set of attributes and skills that define your character's abilities
a skill you have that allows you to gather materials or create items, and here they are
a specialized type of occupation (or field), with some defining characteristics
a vocation founded upon prolonged and specialized intellectual training which enables a particular service to be rendered
a vocation requiring knowledge and/or experience
a vocation whose practice is founded upon understanding the theoretical structure of some department of learning or science, and upon the abilities accompanying such an understanding
vocation. The job a person does or is trained to do. I want to be a professional football when I grow up...
An occupation which requires knowledge gained through academic study, such as law, medicine or teaching.
an occupation that requires special skills and advanced training.
Three components are necessary for an occupation or business to be considered a profession. 1. Specialized knowledge 2. A "service before income" outlook and 3. A code of professional ethics
Profession is the act through which men and women consecrate themselves to God by making vows of poverty, chastity and obedience in a religious community. Profession is normally made initially for a certain time, and then later for life. Profession may also be understood in the sense of a career or occupation, that is, a life-work chosen by a person to use personal talent, provide some service or goods, earn money, and contribute to society. For example, teaching, law and medicine are regarded as professions.
An occupation that requires specialised skills and advanced training.
For "H" visas: refers to occupations that require at least a US bachelor degree as the minimum education to carry out the duties. Example: teacher, engineer, computer systems analyst.
an occupation that requires skills and training in a specialized body of knowledge such as engineering, accounting, law etc.
A high-status, knowledge-based occupation.
A profession is an occupation that requires extensive training and the study and mastery of specialized knowledge, and usually has a professional association, ethical code and process of certification or licensing. Examples are: librarianship, accounting, law, teaching, architecture, medicine, finance, the military, the clergy, nursing, those who work or perform research in the various sciences, or engineering.