To be employed/to be hired
I have encountered about finding or making a word for calling a person who makes his/her living on obtaining money from being hired to do some thing (an employee of someone in term of a verb decribing of being employed). Do you have any proper word/s for this kind of being employed, I mean a person who gets the money from being hired to do something for the hirer. I actually don't know how to explain it in English, but I think you can understand what I mean. The verb or words explaining the action of getting a job by being hired by someone/ waiting for someone to hire or employ him/her to do a job for. Is it correct If I say something like these. :-
Undertaking of being employed on the work of making things on dress making/ to be employed on dress making / a hair dressing employee /a person who is in the employ of hair dressing/to be hired to work for hair dressing/ to be employed on hair dressing.
Please help. Thank you for your attention in my topic.
Re: To be employed/to be hired
I am not certain that I understand your question. If you are looking for words thsat describe the person's activity, you would be looking for as noun. A person who makes dresses is a dress maker, a tailor, or a seamstress. A person who works in a hair salon is a hair dresser, a beautician, or a barber.
Originally Posted by Piak
If you are looking for a verb to describe the action, it is different. A dressmaker sews, tailors, or makes dresses. A hairdresser styles, cuts, or colors hair.
If I missed your question, please ask again.