Career Path

Business / Human Resources (HR) / Career Path: The progression of jobs in an organization’s specific occupational fields ranked from lowest to highest in the hierarchal structure.

Other Words for Career

Career Noun Synonyms: employment, occupation, calling, vocation, pursuit, (life's) work, job, business, livelihood, profession, trade, craft, m‚tier
Career Verb Synonyms: speed, race, rush, dash, fly, tear, hurtle, bolt, shoot, zoom
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Other Words for Path

Path Noun Synonyms: way, course, track, route, road, orbit, trajectory, circuit
Path Adjective Synonyms: footpath, pathway, tow-path, track, trail, walk, walkway, footway
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Osteopathic Medicine

Health / Massage / Osteopathic Medicine: This system of comprehensive medical care goes beyond conventional medical philosophy to include an emphasis on structural balance of the musculoskeletal system. Osteopathic physicians use joint manip MORE

Parasympathetic Nervous System

Health / Fitness / Parasympathetic Nervous System: Branch of the autonomic nervous system that slows the heart rate. MORE

Parasympathetic System

Science / Biology / Parasympathetic System: The subdivision of the autonomic nervous system that reverses the effects of the sympathetic nervous system. Part of the autonomic nervous system that controls heartbeat, respiration and other vital f MORE

Path

Technology / Computers / Path: A path can be described as a file's address on your file system, describing where the file lives: An absolute path gives the complete path, starting at the root directory, or the very top of the file MORE

Naturopathic Medicine

Health / Massage / Naturopathic Medicine: Naturopathy integrates a wide range of natural therapeutics emphasizing the healing power of nature to treat the causes of disease, rather than suppressing the symptoms. As part of a holistic medical MORE

Naprapathy

Health / Massage / Naprapathy: With influences from osteopathy and chiropractic, this system of treatment uses soft-tissue manipulation to release tension and balance energy flows in the body. The practitioner uses palpation to exp MORE

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