Pronunciation of Career
/kəɹˈi͡ə/, /kəɹˈiə/, /k_ə_ɹ_ˈiə/
Synonyms for career:
probation, working life, division of labor, professional development, off-site, order book, vacancy, hot desking, job-sharing, job security, opportunity, metier, work experience, working practices, workload, portfolio working, incumbency, job description.
Other synonyms and related words:
collaboration, scoot, scuttle, probation, life, passage, ram, opening, bolt, race, pursuit, professional, lifework, racket, line, record, background, hurtle, metier, craft, careen, life story, hasten, occupational group, occupational, rush, delegation, rocket, biography, course, art, appointment, life history, scurry, off-site, flight, fly, work, cannonball, rustle, hare, function, hurl, world, future.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 2 (noun)
commission, trade, venture, posting, interest, position, selling, partnership, business, proprietorship, profession, practice, livelihood, retailing, management, service, assignment, industry, market, concern, commerce, labor, firm, negotiation, merchant, specialty, consortium, situation, barter, company, affair, activity, job, transaction, occupation, corporation, employment, vocation, calling, station, exchange, enterprise, holding, busy work, establishment.
course, path (noun)
Usage examples for career:
- He had begun what might have been a career of crime. - "Her Weight in Gold", George Barr McCutcheon.
- The Duke of Westerham, who has been my guest for the last few days, told me all that one needs to know about you, sir, and your career." - "Jeanne of the Marshes", E. Phillips Oppenheim.
- And so, thus early in his career, Verhaeren is forced away from the picturesque. - "Ã‰mile Verhaeren", Stefan Zweig.