Jobs

A  job  or  occupation  is the role of a person in society. More precisely, a job is an activity, often regular and carried out in exchange for a payment (“to live”). Many people have multiple jobs (eg, parent, housewife, and employee). A person can start a job by becoming an employee, volunteering, starting a business or becoming a parent. The duration of a job can range from temporary (eg, odd hourly jobs) to a lifetime (eg, judges).

An activity that requires the mental or physical effort of a person is a job (as in “a day’s work”). If a person is trained for a certain type of job, they may have a profession. Typically, a job would be a subset of someone’s career. Both may differ in that one usually  withdraws  from their career as opposed to  resigning  or  terminating  a job.

Jobs for people

Most people spend up to forty hours or more each week in paid employment. Some exceptions are children, retirees and people with disabilities; However, many of these groups will work part-time, volunteer or work at home. From the age of 5, the main role of many children in society (and thus their “work”) is to learn and study as a student.

Types of jobs 

Jobs can be categorized by number of hours per week, full-time or part-time. They can be categorized as: temporary work, casual work, seasonal employment, self-employment, consulting or contract employment.

Jobs can be categorized as paid or unpaid. Examples of unpaid jobs include volunteer, home, mentor, student and sometimes intern.

Jobs can be categorized according to level of experience required: entry level, trainee and co-op.

Some jobs require specific training or a university degree.

People without full-time paid employment can be classified as unemployed or underemployed if they are looking for full-time paid employment.

Moonlighting is the practice of holding a job or extra jobs, often at night, in addition to one’s main job, usually to earn extra income. A person in the moonlight may have little time to sleep or play leisure activities.

The Office for National Statistics in the United Kingdom lists 27,966 different job titles in a website published in 2015.  [1]

Day work 

The   phrase day job is often used for work that one works to make ends meet while performing low paid (or unpaid) work in their preferred vocation. Archetypal examples of this are the woman who works as a waitress (her day job) as she tries to become an actress, and the professional athlete who works as an off-season laborer because he is currently only able to do the list of a semi-professional team.

Although many people are employed full-time, the term “day work” refers specifically to those who occupy the position solely to pay for living expenses so that they can continue, through low-wage entry work, ‘they wish. the day). The expression strongly implies that day work would be abandoned, if only the true vocation paid a living wage.

The phrase “do not leave your day job” is a humorous response to poor or poor performance that is not professional level. The expression implies that the artist is not talented enough in this activity to be able to make a career.

To get a job 

Getting a first job is an important rite of passage in many cultures. [2] Young people can start by cleaning, doing odd jobs or working for a family business. In many countries, schoolchildren get summer jobs during the long summer holidays. Students enrolled in higher education can apply for internships or cooperatives to improve the likelihood of obtaining entry level employment after graduation.

Summaries summarize a person’s education and work experience for potential employers. Employer Candidates Read the resume working to decide who to interview for an open position.

Use of the word 

Workers often talk about “finding a job” or “finding a job”. This conceptual metaphor of “work” as possession has led to its use in slogans such as “money for jobs, not bombs”. Similar conceptions are “land” as possession (real estate) or intellectual property as possession (intellectual property).

Occupation and life expectancy

Manual labor seems to shorten its life. [3]  A high rank  [4]  (a higher position in  the hierarchical order  ) has a positive effect. Occupations that cause anxiety have a direct negative impact on health and longevity. [5]  Some data are more complex to interpret because of the various reasons for long life expectancy; Thus, competent professionals, employees with secure jobs and low-anxiety occupants can live a long life for a variety of reasons. [6]  The more positive the characteristics of his work, the more likely he is to have a longer life. [7] [8]  Gender, country,  [9]and the real ones (what the statistics reveal, not what people believe) the danger are also notable parameters. [10]  [11]

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