You can ask someone about their job in many different ways.
Let’s look at the most common questions you might be asked and how to answer them.
To find out what someone's job is you can ask:
🔸 What do you do? – This is the most commonly asked question.
🔸 I'm a/an ... What about you?
* market research analyst = marketing analyst
🔸 Where do you work?
🔸 And what do you do at SAP?
🔸 Who do you work for?
🔸 What do you do for a living?
This questions basically means "What do you do as a job?”
* for a living – someone's job or profession
* living (noun) (B2) (= money) – the way that you earn money
Instead of mentioning your company name or position, you can mention the benefits of your job.
Collocations with Job (Part 1)
Collocations with Job (Part 2)
English Lesson: Jobs and Skills
Business English: Working in an office
Business English: Prepositions with WORK
Business English: How to Talk about Your Job Responsibilities
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