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Jobs Take Many Forms but all Contribute to the Success of a Company or Entity
Posted :18-Dec-2013
Keyword :jobs
Author :Admin
Description :

A job is simply defined as a regular activity that is performed by a particular person in exchange for payment. A complex definition differentiates between jobs, careers, positions, and professions.




Jobs can be found in nearly every organization, whether it is a for-profit company, a charity, a volunteer organization, or a private enterprise. A job opening can be defined as a vacant position within a company or organization. For instance, an electronic assembly factory might have a job opening for an assembler who can use a welding tool or for a warehouseman that can keep track of inventory. In many cultures, it is considered a rite of passage to obtain a first job. These jobs may evolve from work the youth has done around his house or for neighbors. It might also be a ‘real’ job working within a family business. For instance, a young person who has informally worked with his father or mother may be hired on as a ‘real’ employee and receive compensation for what he or she had previously done without pay. For the youth who has a summer vacation from school, summer jobs may be available. Again, these can be within the confines of a family business or may fall under the category of odd jobs.


Odd jobs are frequently defined as part-time employment that occupies only a few hours a week. Most of these odd jobs pay at a per-job or hourly rate, rather than being salaried positions. Odd jobs can also be defined as those jobs that are done by a handyman, for instance, seeing to broken plumbing or changing a light fixture. Handymen may have trade skills or maintenance skills. Most are paid on an as-needed basis and are paid a flat rate for the particular job that they complete.


Jobs that require a certain skill set are sometimes called careers. For instance, a bank teller may look at his or her job as a career, since he or she must be familiar with mathematics, money handling, and other skills needed to work in a bank. Special training is usually required for a career. Sometimes a college degree in a particular subject will make it easier for a person to start a career in a particular industry.


A job that requires vast amounts of training may be referred to as a profession. For instance, a doctor has a ‘job’ healing people and providing care for the infirm; however, it has taken years of training for him to do the job successfully. A profession is loosely defined as a vocation founded in specialized educational training.


Jobs can be worked anytime of the day or night. Many people prefer to work night jobs, and seem to be at the ‘opposite end’ of the clock from other people. These people sleep during the day and work all night. A day job is sometimes defined as a position that a person holds solely to pay day-to-day living expenses. That person may be training for career or profession, but needs money for daily living expenses. As an example, a person training to be a bank teller might go to school in the evening, after working a day job. When he or she obtains a position in a bank, they may well work during the day, but the job may have attained the designation of ‘career.’


A moonlighting job is defined as two jobs, one worked full time during the day, and one worked part time during the evening. Moonlighting is a frequent practice among those who have low paying day jobs. Moonlighting jobholders may have little time available for leisure activities or for sleep.


Jobs are available in every sector, if one takes the opportunity to investigate. For example, churches and temples need workers to keep the facility clean and the grounds tidy. Factories need employees who are skilled with their hands and can operate tools and machinery. As another example, one can work from his or her home, as a freelance writer of website content.


Many jobs are in great demand, for instance those in the medical fields. Educators and teachers are highly sought after, as are safety officers and police.

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