Sequence of occupations and other life roles that express a person's commitment to work and reflect her or his pattern of self-development. Each person has one, lifelong career that may include many occupations and jobs. A career also includes education activities and decisions, and the way a person's work life is integrated with other life roles such as family, community, and leisure.
The sum of one's experiences in a variety of roles throughout life. Every person has a career, which includes all of the individual's work, learning, community and family roles.
A person's life work pattern; the way in which the individual expresses himself and relates to society through work. It can include education, training, politics, occupations, home, and family; a total progression.
Paid and unpaid positions held by an individual, of which occupation is only one; includes work-related roles and volunteer activities.
The sum total of your life experiences including education, paid and unpaid work, and community, volunteer and family activities.
An occupation selected and pursued as the chief area of employment during your working life. A career usually involves the development of skills and the aim of successive promotions.
Titles that guide the reader to the ways and means of obtaining a particular job, vocation or profession.
the particular occupation for which you are trained
the general progression of your working or professional life; "the general had had a distinguished career"; "he had a long career in the law"
a body of work, not just a job, and it implies progression
a chosen pursuit, or profession
a gradual development in your professional life
a job or series of jobs in a particular field of expertise
a job that has gone on too long
a job with a long-range plans
a life job, and no one is sure whether it was worthy or not till it is over
a lifetime sequence of occupations, activities, responsibilities and services you perform
an important step in your life
a passion that you can parlay into a series of satisfying, well-paying jobs
a profession or job that you train for and get experience in over several years
a series of related jobs with each position offering opportunities for growth and advancement
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a terrible substitute for a life
the sequence of positions held by a person during his or her working life.
The combination of a person's multiple life roles, including worker, student, parent, child, spouse/partner, citizen, retiree. Occupation is an important part of one's life and career, as well as educational field of study, leisure pursuits, and family roles.
a chosen pursuit; a profession or occupation
A life style concept that involves a sequence of work or leisure activities in which one engages throughout a lifetime. A career is unique to each person and is dynamic and unfolding throughout life. Careers include not only occupations but pre-vocational and post-vocational activities and decisions as well as how persons integrate their work life with their other life roles such as family, community and leisure pursuits. A career may include occupations and jobs or just one of each if the individual keeps the same job throughout his/her lifetime.
All the events in a person's life from birth to death. Includes education, work, training, family. unemployment, self employment, retirement.
Our general, moral, or intellectual course of action through life; following our profession, training, occupation, or life's work. Increasingly, we have more than one career per life-time. Those who work within their preferences report that they view their career as "an activity embedded within the flow of life", a "useful pursuit of worthy goals", a "worthy expression of my life", an "opportunity to make others feel good." To experience and live these definitions: recall the best things you've ever done, and then find the opportunity and venue to do them again.
is a lifestyle concept that involves a sequence of work and leisure activities in which one engages throughout a lifetime. Careers are unique to each person and are dynamic, unfolding throughout life. They include not only occupations, but pre-vocational and post vocational concerns as well as how persons balance their work and personal life roles.
A way of making a living, used by some to refer only to certain ways of doing so; for example, lawyers have careers; electricians have jobs.
A job for which you are trained and in which it is possible to advance during your working life.
One meaning of vocation is career, a life-work chosen by a person to use personal talent, provide some service or goods, earn money, and contribute to society.
Used to describe the sequence of jobs in the lifetime of a person.
the sequence of occupations, jobs, or positions undertaken by individuals throughout their working lives.
A job for which one is trained and in which it is possible to advance during one's working life.
The work you choose as your occupation for life.
The sequence of work-related positions a person occupies throughout life.