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occupation; profession; vocation / professional
to resign
to hold concurrent posts / concurrent job / moonlighting
position; post; job
function / role
post / position / job / duties
special duty / assigned full time to a task
to seek employment
to get promoted (at work etc) / promotion
duty / responsibility / obligation
workers; staff / CL: 個|个
to hold a post; to take office
one's professional position / title / job title
to retire / to leave office / to quit a job
to be employed / to be in post / on-the-job
vocational higher education institution (abbr. for 高等職業技術學校|高等职业技术学校) / senior academic or professional title (abbr. for 高級職稱|高级职称) / high-ranking employee (abbr. for 高級職員|高级职员) / (Tw) vocational high school
office worker / staff member / CL: 個|个,
civil service / public office / government job
to take office; to assume a post
main job / day job / steady full-time job (as opposed to temporary or casual) / chief or principal post (as opposed to deputy)
one's job
authority / power over others
to sack / to remove from a position / to depose
to abscond / to be absent without leave
an official position / a job in the bureaucracy
to discharge one's duties / conscientious
to lose one's job / unemployment / not to fulfill one's obligations / to neglect one's job / dereliction of duty
to relieve sb of his post / to sack / to demote / dismissal / sacking
civilian post (as opposed to military) / civil service / administration
responsible and diligent (idiom)
vocational high school (abbr. for 職業高中|职业高中)
duty / responsibility / post
well qualified / competent / to be equal to the task / able to do sth very well
to suspend (sb) from duties
(job) position / level / grade / rank
wrongdoing / failure to do one's duty
temporary assignment to a Chinese government or CCP post
vocation / duty / mission in life
to hold an office or post
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office / duty
to neglect one's duty / dereliction of duty / malpractice
to demote (to a lower rank)
to keep an official position / to hold on to one's job
to eliminate / to sack / to remove from office
National Basketball Association (NBA)
workplace / workforce (of a nation or industry etc) / job market
to dismiss from office / to discharge / to sack
Guangdong Institute of Science and Technology
to leave office
military official / military position (i.e. job)
to resume a post
clergy / clerical
to be in charge of / assignment
active participation
title (position within an organization)
restored to one's official post / to send sb back to his former post
full-time job
sinecure / position with practically no obligations
to look for a job / to seek employment
to exceed one's authority / to go beyond the bounds of one's job
to demote
to resign from office / to dismiss from office
to fail to show up for work
hereditary office
to neglect one's duty / dereliction of duty
to observe one's duty steadfastly / devoted to one's job
(job) opening
prominent post
to die in the line of duty
to be transferred to another post / to post away
redundant position
due diligence (law)
devotion to duty
cover letter / job application
professional (athlete) / pro
term of office / while holding a post
leave of absence without pay
to relieve from office / to sack
to commence employment; to enter a company
civil servant
demotion / to have one's job cut
demotion to commoner (idiom)
part-time work
to die in the course of performing one's duty (idiom)
on-the-job training
to swear the oath of office
inaugural speech
inaugural lecture
to admit responsibility and resign
technical and vocational (education)
teaching and administrative staff
teaching and administrative staff
teaching and administrative staff
(to be guilty of) dereliction of duty

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