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Explore job-related English words in this concise infographic on careers, employment, and professions.

Today’s article focuses on the topic of employment and jobs. For many English learners, the aspiration is to work for a renowned international company. Some might already be in search of such opportunities. Learning essential and relevant vocabulary in advance is beneficial for this purpose.

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Below, you’ll find all the words along with their translations for your convenience.

  •         sick leave
  •         strength
  •         weakness
  •         strike
  •         vacancy
  •         trainee
  •         assessment
  •         background
  •         bonus
  •         curriculum vitae (CV, resumé)
  •         dismiss, fire
  •         unemployment benefits
  •         employer
  •         take on, hire
  •         fringe benefits
  •         interview
  •         lay
  •         maternity leave
  •         notice
  •         personnel, staff, employee
  •         promotion
  •         resign
  •         retire
    •         assessment
    •         background
    •         bonus
    •         curriculum vitae (CV, resumé)
    •         dismiss, fire
    •         unemployment benefits
    •         employer
    •         take on, hire
    •         fringe benefits
    •         interview
    •         lay
    •         maternity leave
    •         notice
    •         personnel, staff, employee
    •         promotion
    •         resign
    •         retire
    •         sick leave
    •         strength
    •         weakness
    •         strike
    •         vacancy
    •         trainee

    Moreover, for enhancing your vocabulary, remember to:

    – Watch English language films and TV shows with business themes. Opt for the original versions (in English) and use subtitles if needed.
    – Read articles and other materials related to your specific field in English.

    You’ll discover a wealth of interesting information on our blog. If you are committed to working in a field or company where interactions with English speakers are common, you might find our article on writing emails in English compelling. Additionally, there’s an excellent piece covering potential questions you might encounter in a job interview and how to respond effectively.

    What is your English level?

    Find out your A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2 level of English with our quick, free online test.