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List of words


Career move - the direction your working life takes
Career break - a period of time away from your job to, for example, look after your children

Career plan - ideas you have for your future career

Career opportunities - chances to start/improve your career

Career path - an action you take to progress in your career

Carreer ladder - a series of levels or steps in your working life

are willing to do smth. -ready to do smth.

jobseeker - a person who is unemployed and looking for work.

reject - dismiss as inadequate, inappropriate, or not to one's taste

request - politely or formally ask for

supervising - observe and direct the execution of (a task, project, or activity).

revenue - income, especially when of a company or organization and of a substantial nature.


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supplier - a company, person, etc. that provides things that people want or need, especially
over a long period of time
retail - the activity of selling goods to the public, usually in shops
turnover - The amount of money a company receives from sales in a particular period
parent company - A company which owns another company

subsidiary - A company which is more than 50% owned by another company

head office - The main building or location of a large organisation

market share - The percentage of sales a company has in a particular market

share price - The cost of a company's shares

turnover - The amount of money a company receives from sales in a particular period

net profit - The money a company makes after taking away its costs and tax

workforce - The employees in a particular country or business are called


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convenience store - a store with extended opening hours and in a convenient location,
stocking a limited range of household goods and groceries.
department store - a large shop stocking many varieties of goods in different departments.
Specialist retailer - small shops specialising in one type of category product.
online retailer - a retailer that sells his or her retailed goods online
A manufacter - is another name for a 'producer'.
wholesaler - someone who buys and sells goods in large amounts to shops and businesses
Retailer - a person or company that makes goods for sale.
discount - a deduction from the usual cost of something, typically given for prompt or

advance payment or to a special category of buyers
delivery - the action of delivering letters, packages, or ordered goods

refund - a repayment of a sum of money, typically to a dissatisfied customer.

Dispatch - to send something, especially goods or a message, somewhere for a particular
purpose
Purchase - to buy something
stock - the total amount of goods or the amount of a particular type of goods available in a

shop
Storage - the act of keeping things somewhere so that they can be used later, especially goods
or energy supplies
Warehouse - a large building for storing things before they are sold, used, or sent out to stores
Bargain - something that is on sale at a lower price than usual
after-sales service - the help you get from a company when you start to use their product
Cooling-off period - the time when you can change your mind and cancel an order
Credit card details - the name, number and expiry date on your payment card
interest-free credit - when you can pay some time after you buy, but at no extra cost
loyalty-card scheme - method for customers to obtain a discount on future purchases from the
same organisation
method of payment - the way you pay for the goods you want
money-back guarantee - a promise to return your money if you are not happy
out of stock - when the goods you require are not available
Negotiation - a formal discussion between people who are trying to reach an agreement