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    Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    Civil Engineers
    Architects
    Junior Architects
    Site Supervisors
    Masons & Mason Helpers
    Laborers
    Painters/Painter Assistants]
    Carpenters
    Surveyors
    Designers
    Tile fixers
    Steel fixers
    Plumbers
    Electricians & Assistants
    Electrical Wiremen
    Forklift Operators
    Truck Drivers/Loaders


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    #2

    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    What do you mean?

    Many of these are jobs specifically in the construction industry; some are used by it but are not specific to it.

    Perhaps you can tell us what you are trying to do.


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    #3

    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    What do you mean?

    Many of these are jobs specifically in the construction industry; some are used by it but are not specific to it.

    Perhaps you can tell us what you are trying to do.

    Actually I am writing content for a website and since I am not a technical writer but a student I want to know is it ok to put all these descriptions under heading of construction or is there better way to categorize them?

    Thanks


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    #4

    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    Similarly are they too well grouped?

    Medical
    Storekeepers General Physicians
    Surgeons
    Consultant Specialists
    Resident Medical Officers (RMOs)
    Casualty Medical Officers (CMOs)
    Male & Female Nurses
    Gynecologists
    Hospital Administrative Staff
    Receptionists/Telephone Operators
    Storekeepers
    Lab Technicians
    X-Ray Technicians
    O.T. Technicians
    ICU & Neonatal ICU Staff
    Physiotherapists
    Cleaners/Sweepers
    Maintenance Staff
    Dispensers

    Electronic Engineering
    Elevator/lift technicians
    Computer and Hardware Engineers
    TV, AC and Fridge Technicians
    Electrical generator technicians
    Automobile Wiring Technicians
    Telephone & Communication Engineers
    Foremen/Assistants Electrical engineers


    Electrical Engineering
    Elictrical Wiremen
    Electrical Contractors
    Generator Technicians
    Cablemen
    Heavy Electrical Engineers & Juniors

    Mechanical Engineering
    Electrical generator technicians
    Automobile Mechanics
    Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics
    Bulldozer Mechanics

    Agricultural & Geological
    Scraper Mechanics Geological Surveyors
    Soil Testing Lab Technicians
    Agricultural hands
    Poultry, Fishery, Pesticide & Veternity Specialists

    Administrative & Office Staff
    Administrators & Managers
    Junior Managers
    Supervisors
    Accountants
    Assistant Accountants
    Clerks
    Computer Typists
    Receptionists
    Telephone Operators
    Computer Operators
    Computer Programmers

    Others
    Drivers
    Gatekeepers
    Storekeepers
    Peons
    Lift Operators Tailors
    Salesmen
    Barber s
    Jewellers


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    #5

    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    [quote=hopelessTW;280519]Similarly are they too well grouped?

    Medical
    Storekeepers
    General Physicians
    Surgeons
    Consultant Specialists
    Resident Medical Officers (RMOs)
    Casualty Medical Officers (CMOs)
    Male & Female Nurses
    Gynecologists
    Hospital Administrative Staff
    Receptionists/Telephone Operators
    Storekeepers
    Lab Technicians
    X-Ray Technicians
    O.T. Technicians
    ICU & Neonatal ICU Staff
    Physiotherapists
    Cleaners/Sweepers
    Maintenance Staff
    Dispensers
    Electronic Engineering
    Elevator/lift technicians
    Computer and Hardware Engineers
    TV, AC and Fridge Technicians
    Electrical generator technicians
    Automobile Wiring Technicians
    Telephone & Communication Engineers
    Foremen/Assistants Electrical engineers

    Electrical Engineering
    Elictrical Wiremen
    Electrical Contractors
    Generator Technicians
    Cablemen
    Heavy Electrical Engineers & Juniors
    Mechanical Engineering
    Electrical generator technicians
    Automobile Mechanics
    Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics
    Bulldozer Mechanics
    Agricultural & Geological
    Scraper Mechanics Geological Surveyors
    Soil Testing Lab Technicians
    Agricultural hands
    Poultry, Fishery, Pesticide & (Veternity) Specialists Veterinary
    Administrative & Office Staff
    Administrators & Managers
    Personnel Managers and assistants.
    Junior Managers
    Supervisors
    Accountants
    Assistant Accountants
    Clerks
    Computer Typists
    Receptionists
    Telephone Operators
    Computer Operators
    Computer Programmers
    Others
    Drivers
    Gatekeepers
    Storekeepers Stockeepers
    Transport Managers
    Peons Can you give more detail of job description, not to sure what this is.
    Lift Operators
    Tailors
    Barbers and Ladies Hairdressers
    Jewellers
    Salesmen? Sales staff/ Salespersonnel
    .. Do you need to include Retailers, if so above needs to go under retailers
    Cashiers
    as in till operators and cashing up daily takings/quote]
    Looks ok, but the list can go on forever. Let me know what a peon is.
    Stilo


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    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    [quote=Stilo;280596]
    Quote Originally Posted by hopelessTW View Post
    Let me know what a peon is.Stilo
    Noun1.peon - a laborer who is obliged to do menial work navvy, drudge, galley slave
    laborer, labourer, manual laborer, jack - someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor

    1. a. An unskilled laborer or farm worker of Latin America or the southwest United States.
    b. Such a worker bound in servitude to a landlord creditor.

    2. A menial worker; a drudge.
    3. also (pyn) In India and other parts of South and Southeast Asia, a person of menial position, especially a messenger, servant, or foot soldier.


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    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    [quote=hopelessTW;280618]
    Quote Originally Posted by Stilo View Post

    Noun1.peon - a laborer who is obliged to do menial work navvy, drudge, galley slave
    laborer, labourer, manual laborer, jack - someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor

    1. a. An unskilled laborer or farm worker of Latin America or the southwest United States.
    b. Such a worker bound in servitude to a landlord creditor.

    2. A menial worker; a drudge.
    3. also (pyn) In India and other parts of South and Southeast Asia, a person of menial position, especially a messenger, servant, or foot soldier.
    Absolutely DO NOT use this term. It is derogatory.

    Manual worker/labourer are the two terms that will be acceptable.

    You say you are writing a website - what is this site doing?

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    #8

    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    [quote=Anglika;280747]
    Quote Originally Posted by hopelessTW View Post

    Absolutely DO NOT use this term. It is derogatory.

    Manual worker/labourer are the two terms that will be acceptable.

    You say you are writing a website - what is this site doing?
    Anglika No wonder I had not heard of the word, I know it should not be, but is it used in English?


    Check out previous thread 'Catchy phrases for my website'.

    Kind regards

    Stilo


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    #9

    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    [quote=Anglika;280747]
    Quote Originally Posted by hopelessTW View Post

    Absolutely DO NOT use this term. It is derogatory.

    Manual worker/labourer are the two terms that will be acceptable.

    You say you are writing a website - what is this site doing?
    Thanks, it's a recruiting website.


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    Re: Are following things come under Construction? thanks

    Please also check following. Thanks

    Job vacancies are published on our website and career opportunities section of various new papers. One getting applications we follow below steps to recruit
    1) Shortlist suitable candidates.
    2) Give them a call for interview.
    3) Have written examination of candidates related to their field of expertise.
    Only those candidates who successfully pass each stage will be invited for further recruitment process and would be inform by phone call. Selected candidates are supposed to show their real documents and need to carry out medical certification according to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC - Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) and complete their legal documents to travel across the GCC states.

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