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advertising the act, job, or business of designing and putting out notices to the public, usually in order to sell a product or service. [1/2 definitions]
applicant a person who applies for something, such as a job.
assignment an assigned task, such as a job or lesson. [1/3 definitions]
assume to take on as one's own duty, job, or appearance; adopt. [1/3 definitions]
attorney a person whose job is to give legal advice and to speak for people in court; lawyer.
badge a pin, patch, or ribbon people wear to show that they belong to a group, have a particular job, or have done something special.
barber a person whose job is to shave, trim, or style hair and beards.
beat a person's regular route on the job. [1/9 definitions]
bench the position or job of being a judge. [1/4 definitions]
bodyguard a person whose job is to protect another person or a group of people from harm.
building the act or job of making such structures. [1/2 definitions]
bum (informal) a poor person with no home and no job; tramp. [1/3 definitions]
business the work a person does to earn money; job or trade. [1/5 definitions]
capacity a job or position. [1/3 definitions]
cashier1 a person whose job is to take the money when a customer pays for something. [2 definitions]
census an official count of the people who live in a country or other area. A census is also used to collect information about these people, such as their job, age, or sex.
chauffeur a person whose job is to drive an automobile.
colleague a person who has the same job or employer as another.
construction the job or business of constructing buildings, roads, or other structures. [1/3 definitions]
consultant someone whose job it is to give advice to others on a particular subject; expert.
contractor a person who signs an agreement to carry out a particular job at a certain price and also to supply necessary things for the job. A contractor often hires, supervises, and pays other people to help or to do the work. A person in charge of building or repairing a house is often a contractor.