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career structure

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Definition of career structure in English:

noun

British
A recognized pattern of advancement within a job or profession.
Example sentences
  • Growth, and its offshoot consumption, also dictates that our career structure is dominated by salary increases and an obsession with advancement up the greasy pole.
  • The national remodelling agreement held out the promise of decent pay, professional recognition and a career structure for teaching assistants.
  • All of the usual conference debates will also be heard over the coming days, including the inadequacy of the current career structure of the teaching profession.

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