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- adv. In a vocational way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- As respects a vocation, occupation, or trade.
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- adv. affecting the pursuit of a vocation or occupation
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As someone who is vocationally spiritual, I welcome openness and dissemination of information.
Students whose parents are engaged in their children's educational experience do better academically, socially and vocationally regardless of economic status.
But even as fiction has become a common pastime pursuit for the vocationally undecided idly rich (re MFA prgs), its viability as a commercial venture has fallen further than ever.
I think you have to understand also that everybody is not academically bound for a topnotch college, and some of the electives prepare our students who are more vocationally oriented, and those are, generally, the electives that get cut first.
If you are the kind of person who is motivated by transcendent values and care more about the real things in life, as opposed to the things that do not last, you are more likely to see whatever you do, vocationally or avocationally, as having value beyond its just being a “job.”
As in America, many of these young people are left without real opportunity for financial success, and so entrepreneurship is an essential and inspirational component for vocationally tracked students.
Can it be ‘lost’ before it actually becomes socially/vocationally useful?
More than half of undergraduate alumni said they were dissatisfied with the career advising their art school or college offered, and 43 percent of graduate alumni said the same it is worth noting that graduates of other, more vocationally minded disciplines, such as law schools, have reported even stronger feelings on this subject.
I think we need to band together and tell the disjointed cabal of neo-puritans, vocationally offended women, and self-hating men that we've allowed to determine what passes for ethical and cultural discourse in this country where they can go and what they can do when they get there.
"I think I am vocationally called to the single life."