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Choosing a career can be a very difficult decision.
the problems of combining a career and a family
a career in computer science
He has just started out on a career as a photographer.
Rosen had decided on an academic career.
Only 20 per cent of the students intend to pursue careers as engineers in industry.
young graduates looking to make a career out of teaching
the financial scandal that ruined her career
an entrepreneur with a rather chequered career
He subsequently enjoyed a distinguished career in the diplomatic service.
the biggest fight of his career
She played more than 800 games in a career spanning 20 years.
the injury that ended his playing career
The 25-year-old actress is now launching her career over here.
In 1999 Mackay was at the peak of her show business career.
a good career choice
He felt like a career change and went into teaching.
a job with excellent career prospects
Insulting the boss’s daughter was not a good career move.
My brother seems to be making a career out of upsetting people.
This is the British English definition of career. View American English definition of career.