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Jobs and Professions Choosing a Career Jobs and Professions Choosing a Career

 Comment on the following quotations: Group A “ Find a job you like and you Comment on the following quotations: Group A “ Find a job you like and you add five days to every week. ” (H. Jackson Brown Jr. ) Group B “ Every man is the architect of his own fortune. ” (Appius Claudius)

1. Accountant 2. Surgeon 3. Lawyer 4. Journalist 5. Carpenter 6. Barber 7. Architect 8. Nurse1. Accountant 2. Surgeon 3. Lawyer 4. Journalist 5. Carpenter 6. Barber 7. Architect 8. Nurse 9. Turner 10. Secretary 11. Bricklayer 12. Engineer 13. Economist 14. Sculptor 15. Nanny A. a person who practises law, especially a barrister or solicitor. B. a worker who makes and repairs, especially the wooden parts of buildings and other structures of wood. C. a person whose profession is to keep and examine business accounts. D. a person who designs and supervises the construction of the buildings. E. a doctor who performs operations. F. a woman whose job is to take care of a particular family’s children. G. a person engaged in journalism (work of writing for editing or publishing journals). H. a person who cares for people who are ill or injured. I. an employee in an office, who deals with correspondence, keeps records, makes arrangements and appointments for a particular member of the staff. J. a person whose trade is shaving and cutting men’s hair. K. a workman who builds with bricks. L. a person who works a lathe. M. a person who writes lectures on economics or political economy. N. an artist who sculptures. O. a person who works in a branch of engineering; a person who designs engines, machines, bridges, railways; a skilled or trained person who controls communications.

1. Accountant 2. Surgeon 3. Lawyer 4. Journalist 5. Carpenter 6. Barber 7. Architect 8. Nurse1. Accountant 2. Surgeon 3. Lawyer 4. Journalist 5. Carpenter 6. Barber 7. Architect 8. Nurse 9. Turner 10. Secretary 11. Bricklayer 12. Engineer 13. Economist 14. Sculptor 15. Nanny C. a person whose profession is to keep and examine business accounts. E. a doctor who performs operations. A. a person who practises law, especially a barrister or solicitor. G. a person engaged in journalism (work of writing for editing or publishing journals). B. a worker who makes and repairs, especially the wooden parts of buildings and other structures of wood. J. a person whose trade is shaving and cutting men’s hair. D. a person who designs and supervises the construction of the buildings. H. a person who cares for people who are ill or injured. L. a person who works with a lathe. I. an employee in an office, who deals with correspondence, keeps records, makes arrangements and appointments for a particular member of the staff. K. a workman who builds with bricks. O. a person who works in a branch of engineering; a person who designs engines, machines, bridges, railways. M. a person who writes lectures on economics or political economy. N. an artist who sculptures. F. a woman whose job is to take care of a particular family’s children.

What are the most important thing about the job? Rank them, then compare your list toWhat are the most important thing about the job? Rank them, then compare your list to your partners. A long-term career prospects Personal satisfaction/Job satisfaction Opportunity to travel Using your initiative Being close to where you live Perks and bonuses Flexible hours Other