Job

Accountants
Barbers

What do they do?

Where do they work?

Look after the finances in an organisastion.

They work in an office.

Shave men's beards and cut men's hair.

They work in a barbers.

Barmen/women Serve drinks.

They work in a bar, pub or restaurant.

Chambermaids Clean and tidy rooms.

They work in a hotel.

Fishmongers

Prepare and sell fish.

They work in a fishmongers.

Flight attendants Look after passengers.
Judges

They work in an airplane.

Judge and sentence people.

They work in a law court.

Lawyers

Defend and prosecute people.

They work in a law court and in a
lawyers office.

Opticians

Look after people's eye sight.

They work in an opticians.

Carry other people's bags and luggage.

They work in a hotel or train station.

Meet and greet visitors.

They work in reception.

Porters
Receptionists

Sales Assistants Sell goods and look after customers.
Secretaries
Surgeons

They work in a shop.

Arrange appointments, type letters and organise meetings. They work in an office.
Operate on people who are sick.

They work in a hospital.

To Leave job:
To resign | To quit | To leave your job = to give up a job or position by telling your employer that you are leaving.
To retire = to leave your job or stop working because of old age or ill health.
To Lose job:To be dismissed | To be fired | To get fired | To be sacked | To get the sack | To get the chop | To get your P45 | To lose
your job = to be asked to leave a job, usually because you have done something wrong or badly, or sometimes as a way
of saving the cost of employing you.
To be made redundant = to lose your job because your employer no longer needs you.
General
Commuter - Ingázó
Employee - Alkalmazott
Employer - Munkaadó
He took a job as a waiter. - pincérként dolgozik
Occupation – betölteni (üresedést)
Profession - szakma
to earn one's living by sg – valamiből megélni
What do you do for a living? - miből élsz?
Trade - kereskedni
to run a firm – vállalkozást futtatni
Unemployment

Working hours, pay

period of notice – felmondási idő
to be unemployed
to be out of work
to be on the dole
to give somebody notice – felmond vkinek
to dismiss somebody - eltávolítani
Unemployment - munkanélüliség
unemployment benefit, dole money
-munkanélküli-segély

Salary - fizetés
to get a raise – béremelést kap
to work in shifts – több műszakban dolgozni
to work overtime - túlórázni
wage cut - bércsökkentés
wage demand, claim - bérkövetelés
Wages – kereset, munkabér

a full-time job – teljes munkaidős
a part-time job - másodállás
continued payment of wages
In cases of illness, work accidents or other accidents,
employees and trainees are entitled to continued
payment of salary from the employer up to 6 weeks,
independent of their working hours.
pay slip
a slip of paper included with your pay that records
how much money you have earned and how much tax
or insurance etc. has been taken out

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