Spanish (Latin America) Jobs

This is a list of jobs in Spanish (Latin America). This will help you describe what you do for a living. It is especially useful when introducing yourself.

Doctor: médico
Policeman: policía
Teacher: profesor
Businessman: hombre de negocios
Student: estudiante
Singer: cantante
Engineer: ingeniero
Artist: artista
Actor: actor
Actress: actriz
Nurse: enfermera
Translator: traductor

These examples will help you answer the question "What do you do?" or "What do you do for a living?". Note how the personal pronouns are used with the nouns in this sentence.

I'm looking for a job: busco trabajo
I'm an artist: soy artista
He is a policeman: él es policía
She is a singer: ella es cantante
I'm a new employee: soy un empleado nuevo
I have a long experience: tengo mucha experiencia

Now that you have learned the jobs in Spanish (Latin America), you can view the rest of our menu above by selecting another topic or by clicking the "Next" button to view the next lesson.

Spanish (Latin America) PlacesPrevious lesson:

Spanish (Latin America) Places

Next lesson:

Spanish (Latin America) Phrases

Spanish (Latin America) Phrases