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  1. Careers

    Careers is a board game first manufactured by Parker Brothers in 1955, which has been reprinted from time to time up to the present day. It was devised by the sociologist James Cooke Brown. Victory conditions consist of a minimum amount of fame, happiness and money that the player must gain. Players set their own victory conditions before the game begins, the total of which must be sixty. The board consists of a square with an outer track and several minor loops, each of which starts and ends at a space on the outer track. Originally there were eight loops, but that was later simplified to six. Some fame, happiness and money can be obtained on the outer track. These victory points can be obtained more quickly on the occupation paths. Each occupation path has more opportunities for certain types of victory points than others. Each occupation also has certain minimum entry requirements.

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  1. careers

    Plural noun of the word career.

    She trained and qualified as a careers adviser and worked on a local community project with education providers, schools, colleges, universities, training providers, citizens and volunteers.

    Submitted by MaryC on February 15, 2017  

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    Rank popularity for the word 'careers' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3623

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    Alex
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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of careers in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of careers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6

Examples of careers in a Sentence

  1. George Bryan:

    The goal is really to use this to help our pro golf careers out, but at the same time we view this as a hobby, we both enjoy it, and when we do have an off week, it's good to get out minds off tournament golf and there's no better outlet to be creative than trying some trick shots out and seeing how far we can take it.

  2. Dan Gainor:

    Billy Bush should n’t be fired. Billy Bush, as a reporter, sometimes plays to the interviewee and made a bad call in going too far with what everyone is calling ‘ locker room talk,' Davis said. Billy Bush’s going to get a rough break here. There’s no excuse for the aggressive rape talk. billy Bush offense isn't what Billy Bush observed Trump saying. Billy Bush offense's that Billy Bush didn't throw Donald Trump under the bus once Billy Bush decided to run. Billy Bush offense's what the media wanted Billy Bush to do, Gainor said. Since Billy Bush didn't, Billy Bush time there is over. I'm sure network execs could go through thousands of hours of tape and destroy tons of other celebrity careers for the awful things they say and do. Only they won't. Because they only want to get Donald Trump because Donald Trump's running as a Republican. Billy Bush is collateral damage.

  3. Rory McIlroy:

    It's their offseason, i guess for me it was to see all those guys in the gym before their season starts and they're so dedicated and committed to what they do, especially those two guys, Peyton and Tom. They're both in their mid-30s and they want to prolong their careers as much as they can.

  4. Jennifer Koebele:

    Even with the number of computer science jobs increasing, the number of women pursuing careers in computer science is falling, however, colleges and universities are partnering with corporations to raise those numbers.

  5. Alef Education CEO Geoffrey Alphonso:

    Wouldn't it be great if you could look at artificial intelligence and data to drive kids into the right careers, into the right choices for post secondary education ? if a student is doing really well at science, why not pique their interest in what it's like to be a scientist or an astronaut ?

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