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The dental hygienists spoke about careers in their field.

In the sentence, which is correct of the careers' meaning? and why?

A)  a job or profession that someone does for a long time

I want to make teaching my career. = I want to have a career as a teacher. [=I want to be a teacher]

She hopes to pursue a career in medicine.

B) a period of time spent in a job or profession

My career as a waitress lasted one day.

During his long career in advertising he won numerous awards and honors.

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The dental hygienists spoke about careers in their field.

In the sentence, which is correct of the careers' meaning? and why?

A)  a job or profession that someone does for a long time

I want to make teaching my career. = I want to have a career as a teacher. [=I want to be a teacher]

She hopes to pursue a career in medicine.

B) a period of time spent in a job or profession

My career as a waitress lasted one day.

During his long career in advertising he won numerous awards and honors.
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