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  • Info A profession is a vocation founded upon specialized educational training, the purpose of which is to supply objective counsel and service to others, for a direct and definite compensation, wholly apart from expectation of other business gain.
  • Access into the profession can either be with a law degree or without.
  • His later works are closely connected to his studies and his profession.
  • However it is much more rare to find a male in this profession.
  • He had such a presence in the movie that the whole profession took notice.
  • In other words, these players can be considered to play their chosen sport as their profession.
  • Due to her husband's profession, she also gave financial support to medical institutions.
  • According to him, even his next-door neighbors do not know his profession.
  • He leaves the legal profession after just one successful case.
  • However, women can be found as leaders in top professions around the country.
  • His writing is often required reading for those in the profession.
  • She became the first woman to be recognized as a prominent leader of a learned profession.
  • Post-war, however, there was a struggle to keep people in the profession.
  • Then he returned to his native place and practised his profession for some years.
  • Although music was always a big part of his life, he never thought of it as a possible profession.
  • He can't make fighting his full-time profession, but he said that might actually help his career.
  • We, the whole music profession, were so happy to see him achieve what he was doing.
  • These groups are so distinct that in practice they function as separate professions.
  • He did not enter a profession - he did not want the law, and no more did the army want him.
  • This last work is intended for members of the health care professions.
  • Some professions may maintain a custom or practice long after a better method has become available.
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Meaning of profession

  • noun The body of people in a learned occupation
    the news spread rapidly through the medical profession, they formed a community of scientists
  • noun An occupation requiring special education (especially in the liberal arts or sciences)
  • noun An open avowal (true or false) of some belief or opinion
    a profession of disagreement
  • noun Affirmation of acceptance of some religion or faith
    a profession of Christianity