Business and Economics vocabulary pdf

Business and Economics vocabulary pdf


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a deal
a bargain
a blue-collar worker
a career
a company
a copy machine
a factory, a plant
a job center
a job interview
a job offer
a junior executive
a lawsuit
a maker
a meeting
a partner
a partnership
a product
a salary rise
a salary, a wage
a senior executive
a shareholder
a subsidiary
a takeover
a trainee
a workshop
adult education
an entrepreneur
an executive
an incentive
an office
apprentice
badly-paid
board
bookkeeping, accounting
brand
career
chairman of the board
Chief executive Officer (CEO)
Chief financial Officer (CFO)
Chief technical officer (CTO)
colleague
company
competition
consumer
consumer goods
corporate spirit
day off
delivery
dismissal
employee
employers
employment agency
faulty
field
global, worldwide
industrial
industry
integration
job
join-stock company
manager
manufacturer
mass production
merger
occupation
office hours
operating income
organized labour
overheads
paperwork
pensioner, retiree
perk
personal assistant
premises
premium
private company
private sector
production costs
profit
profit margins
profitability
profitable
public company
public sector
quality standard
raw materials
recycling
refurbishment
research and development (R & D)
shelf life
skill
staff
staff canteen
stock
stock exchange
store floor
strike
supplier
temporary worker
the sales manager
the workforce
time sharing
trade-union
trade-unionist
training
training period
turnover
underpaid
unemployed
unemployment
vacancy
VAT (value added tax)
vocational training
well-paid
workforce
working conditions
workstation

USEFUL VERBS

to go to work
to advertise
to apply for a job
to be in charge of
to be on strike
to do day / night shift
to earn a living, to make a living
to expand
to file for bankruptcy
to fire
to forecast
to found, to create a firm
to go bankrupt
to grant a discount
to hire
to look for a job
to make someone redundant
to manage a firm
to market a product
to merge
to outsource
to produce
to promote from within
to resign
to restructure, to reshape, to overhaul
to retire
to run a company
to take a day off
to take courses
to upgrade
to work as ..
to work full-time
to work half-time
to work long hours
to work overtime
to work part-time

 

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