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A person's role in society is defined by their career, employment, work, or occupation. A work, more precisely, is a routine occupation that is mostly done in return for payment ("for a living"). Several people work many jobs (e.g., parent, homemaker, and employee). An individual may begin working as an employee, volunteer, start a company, or become a parent.
A job's length can vary from temporary to permanent. An individual can have a job if they have been qualified for a particular job. A job is generally a subset of a person's career. The two may vary in that one usually retires from their career, while the other usually resigns or is fired from their job. The majority of people work for up to forty hours or more a week. Children, retirees, and people with disabilities are some of the exceptions; however, many of these people will work part-time, volunteer, or stay at home. Jobs may be classified according to their intensity (weekly hours), payment status, or level of experience required. Full-time and part-time jobs are the two types of jobs that result from the intensity. They can also be categorized as seasonal, temporary, odd jobs, self-employment, consulting, or contract work. Jobs are listed as either paid or unpaid in terms of salary. Volunteer, homemaker, tutor, worker, and intern are all examples of unpaid work. Finally, jobs are classified as entry-level, intern, or co-op depending on the level of experience required.
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