Synonyms of 'employment'
1 jobDictionary, work, businessShe was unable to find employment in the area.
the pressure of being the first woman in the job
What kind of work do you do?
May I ask what business you are in?
He took up a position with the Arts Council.
He was a jeweller by trade.
Sir Peter has held several senior military posts.
He was a serious man, dedicated to his calling as a physician.
Harper was a teacher by profession.
I was looking for an occupation which would allow me to travel.
They both love outdoor pursuits.
the levels of knowledge and skill required for success in many vocations
3 useDictionary, application, exertionthe widespread employment of `smart' bombs in this war
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The application of something to a surface is the act or process of putting it on or rubbing it into the surface.
With repeated application of the product, the weeds were overcome.
An appointment is a job or position of responsibility.
He is to take up an appointment as a researcher with the Society.
Thesaurus for employment from the Collins English Thesaurus
Employment is the fact of having a paid job .