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Professions in French: Vocab for over 100 Occupations in French

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One of the most common topics of conversation is what people do for a living, so being familiar with different professions in French will surely come in handy in many of your first interactions in the language.

So whether you’ll need this French occupation vocabulary  for small talk or for official forms, today we bring you a comprehensive list of professions  in French, broken down by discipline.

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Talking about occupations in French

Before we dive into our vocab lists of French professions, let’s just cover a few basic expressions for talking about work in French.

  • C’est quoi ton métier  ? – C’est quoi votre métier  ? – What’s your occupation ?
  • C’est quoi ton travail  ? – C’est quoi votre travail  ? – What’s your job ?
  • Où travailles-tu ? – Où travaillez-vous ? – Where do you work?
  • Tu étudies pour devenir quoi ? – You’re studying to become what?
  • Je suis [métier]. – I’m a [profession].

Note that whereas in English you use an article to introduce your profession (“I’m an  architect”), in French the article is omitted (“Je suis architecte”). Articles are instead necessary when referring to someone in a given profession without specifying the individual (“ l’ architecte du bâtiment” – “ the  architect of the building”; “il nous faut un  architecte” – “we need an  architect”).

Grammar considerations

Since all nouns have a gender in French , and people and professions are nouns, all French professions have a gender . Some professions have a single word that refers to both men and women who practice that occupation, while some have different masculine and feminine forms (like waiter and waitress in English).

For most professions in French where the word changes between genders, the feminine form takes a different ending . This spelling change also indicates a pronunciation change , usually in the final consonant sound. Generally speaking, the final consonant is fairly silent in the masculine form but clearly pronounced in the feminine. For example, a male nurse (infirmier) is pronounced “en-fare-me-ay” (with the final r essentially silent) but a female nurse (infirmière) is pronounced “en-fare-me-air” (with the final r pronounced explicitly).

In the cases where the form of the profession’s word does not change for the two genders, only the article  ( le  or la ) will change. There is no pronunciation difference between these words. Nonetheless, any other words in the sentence such as adjectives  or pronouns  still need to respect the rules of gender agreement to reflect whether the person in the occupation is a man or a woman.

List of professions in French

Now we’re ready to learn the vocab for different occupations in French ! We’ve organized them into broad groups  to keep our lists manageable, and listed each profession alphabetically by their English names . The next two columns show the masculine  and feminine  terms for each profession in French.

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Now that you’ve expanded your vocabulary with various occupations in French , you’ll be able to confidently talk about your own occupation and the occupations of others in a variety of situations.

Keep in mind that while some professions remain the same for both the masculine and feminine forms, others have separate forms for each gender. There may also be pronunciation changes, depending on their spelling changes.

As the saying goes, practice makes progress, so go forth and use your new vocabulary about all these jobs in French!


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How to talk about professions in French 

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Published on November 29, 2022 / Updated on January 3, 2024

When you first begin learning a language, it’s important to cover the basics – and talking about your job is a great example. In this article, you’ll learn how to ask somebody what their job is, how to talk about yours, and some vocabulary for different professions in French. So, if you’re on the hunt for a new job or just visiting a French-speaking country, this is a great article to get you started. We also recommend checking out our article about the best cities to live and work in France for some inspiration! 

  • How to ask somebody about their profession in French
  • How to describe your profession in French

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Start your journey to reach fluency, how to ask somebody about their profession in french .

In any language, when you first meet somebody, it’s common to ask what they do. In French, there are lots of ways to ask this. Keep in mind: You should know when to use vous or tu depending on who you are speaking with. Here is a list of questions you can ask:

  • Qu’est ce que vous faites / tu fais comme travail ?  (What do you do for work?)
  • Quel est votre / ton métier / profession ? (What’s your job?)
  • Vous travaillez / tu travailles dans quel domaine ? (What sector do you work in?)
  • Qu’est ce que vous faites / tu fais dans la vie ? (What do you do in life?)

As you can see, there are some common terms around work. For example, the word “profession” can be translated in different ways in French. You can say profession , métier or travail . The verb used to describe working is travailler (to work), although it’s also common to use the verb faire (to do), similar to English. 

How to describe your profession in French 

Now, this is where the fun begins! There are two important rules to be aware of when it comes to talking about jobs in French: First, you do not use the indefinite article when talking about your profession. Take a look at this example:

  • In English we say “I am a doctor”. In French, it’s je suis médecin (no need to add “un” ).
  • Je suis serveur (I am a waiter). 

It can take a bit of time to get used to this, but it actually makes things much easier! It’s important to note that if you decide to expand your sentence by adding an adjective or providing more information, you will then need to use the indefinite or definite article.

  • Je suis un bon professeur (I’m a good teacher)

Second, some professions in French only exist in the masculine form. Here are some examples, so even if you’re a woman, you would use the masculine form.

  • Un architecte – An architect 
  • Un médecin – A doctor
  • Un pompier – A firefighter

Fortunately, there are many jobs in French that have a feminine form, such as acteur/actrice (actor), vendeur/vendeuse (salesperson) and pharmacien/pharmacienne (pharmacist). In recent years, gender-neutral language has been a hot topic in the country and has led to much debate, so more and more professions now have a feminine form , such as:

  • Auteur / autrice (writer)
  • Écrivain / écrivaine (writer)
  • Professeur / professeure (teacher)
  • Ingénieur / ingénieure (engineer)

We’ve put together a list of the most common types of professions in French with their masculine and feminine form so that the next time you’re chatting with a French-speaking person, you have the right vocabulary to discuss work. We’ve divided them into different categories. 

  • Homme d’affaires / femme d’affaires – Businessman/woman 
  • Commercial – Salesperson 
  • Manager – Manager
  • Président-directeur général (PDG) – Chief Executive Officer (CEO)


  • Electricien / électricienne – Electrician
  • Charpentier / charpentière – Carpenter
  • Maçon / maçonne – Builder
  • Plombier – Plumber 


  • Acteur / actrice – Actor
  • Chanteur / chanteuse – Singer 
  • Danseur / danseuse  – Dancer 
  • Médecin – Doctor
  • Infirmier / infirmière – Nurse 
  • Psychologue – Psychologist 
  • Opticien / opticienne – Optician 


  • Professeur / professeure | enseignant / enseignante – Teacher 
  • Étudiant / étudiante – Student 
  • Directeur / directrice d’école – Principal 
  • Assistant social / assistante sociale – Social worker

Food / Restaurants

  • Serveur / serveuse – Waiter
  • Chef – Chef 
  • Boulanger / boulangère – Baker
  • Boucher / bouchère – Butcher 
  • Conducteur / conductrice de bus | chauffeur de bus   – Bus driver 
  • Pilote – Pilot 
  • Steward / hôtesse de l’air – Flight attendant
  • Chauffeur de taxi – Taxi driver 

The next time you ask a French person what their job is, you can add their job title to this list! 

All in a day’s work 

So there we have it. There are many other professions in French but this list is a good place to start. Being able to talk about your job will help you along your language journey and who knows, maybe one day you’ll end up with a bilingual career ! 

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Clara Avrillier

Clara Avrillier is a writer, linguist and content manager living in the South of France. She loves getting out in nature, doing sport, reading and playing music. She also works with many expats looking to move to France. Find out more on her website, ON IT Translations , or connect with her on LinkedIn .

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Learn How to Talk About Your Profession in French

Learn how to talk about your profession in French

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If you're going to live and work in France, get to know the terms for the professions in Fench. It's impossible to list all possible professions, but there are some common ones you should know. Note that many French professions have only a masculine form. Even if you are a female professor, for example, you would have to say that you are un  professeur , which takes the masculine form, including the masculine article,  un . 

The terms below are listed in alphabetical order according to the English word for the profession for easy reference. The first column contains the word for the profession in English, while the second contains the correct French article—​ un  for masculine terms and  une  for feminine words—followed by the word in Fench. Click on each French term to hear the proper way to pronounce it.

Note that while in English, it is to simply say the word for the profession, such as "actor," in French the word is almost always preceded by the article. Study the table, and listen to the pronunciations in French, and you'll soon be saying  un boucher ,  un boulanger , un fabricant de bougeoirs— the butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker—like a French-speaking native.

French Professions

Notes about "un," "une," and "etre".

In Canada and parts of Switzerland, the feminine form une professeure exists. In France, however, this is usually considered incorrect. On the other hand, you can say une prof ., a slang way of saying "a professor" or "a teacher." Note that the feminine article,  une , is fine in this case if you are referring to a female educator.

Do not use an article between the verb  être   and someone's profession, as in these examples:

  •     Je suis peintre. - I'm a painter.
  •     Il va être médecin. - He's going to be a doctor.

Social Norms

In France, asking about what someone does for a living is considered a personal question. If you have to ask, be sure to preface your question with S i ce n'est pas indiscret ... ,  which translates as, "If you don't mind my asking ..."

After you learn the terms for professions in French, take a little extra time to learn what a  typical French conversation  between two people would look like. This will give you a chance to see how French articles, as well as  noms   (nouns),  conjonctions   (conjunctions),  adjectifs  (adjectives), and  adverbes   (adverbs) fit into a dialogue in French.

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In this lesson, you will learn basic French vocabulary related to jobs , the names of common professions in French like médecin, infirmier, or policier. You will also learn the essential phrases for asking the sensitive question what do you do for a living? But before, let's learn some generic terms. When talking about jobs in French, we use the following terms : 

Un travail, un métier,  or un boulot (familiar) : they all mean a job in french, un métier, une profession : profession , une carrière: a career, travailler : to work.,   affiliate disclosure: this site contains affiliate links. that means that if you click on some links and make a purchase, i will earn a little commission at no extra cost for you.  , 1. how to ask about someone's profession in french.

Here are the common phrases or sentences you can use to ask someone about his profession in French. Remember that there are different ways of asking questions and you should use the appropriate form depending on the situation like in this :

Tu fais quoi dans la vie? (informal)

Qu'est ce que tu fais dans la vie? (informal)

Que fais -tu dans la vie? (formal)

Qu'est ce que tu fais comme métier?

Qu'est ce que tu fais comme travail?

Tu travailles dans quel domaine? 

The last question can be translated as in which field/sector are you working ?

Note that I used the pronoun tu for most of the questions but you can also use the vous in a formal context or if you are referring to more than one person. If you want to know more about the use of tu and vous , check out this article .

2. How to tell your job title in French?

In French, the simple way to tell your occupation or job title is by using the verb être . Use the phrase "je suis +profession" which is translated in English as I am +Profession.


Je suis artiste. => I am an artist.

Note that you do not need to use the indefinite article un or  une like you would normally do in English. J e suis artiste and ⛔not je suis un artiste.

However, if you want to give more details you can use the indefinite article.

Je suis une commerciale dynamique. => I am a dynamic sales person.

Je suis un médecin qui s'occupe des enfants. => I am a doctor who takes car of children.

Another way of telling what your job is can be by using the phrases below. Of course, you can replace the profession or the field of work with a customized one.

Je travaille comme infirmière . => I work as a nurse.

Je travaille dans le secteur médical. => I work in the medical sector.

J'exerce le métier de professeur. => Very difficult to translate this sentence to English. I would just say I am doing a teacher job.

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3. Common professions in French with their masculine and feminine form

You already know that in the French language, gender of nouns is very important. To find the feminine of a profession, you should generally add an  "e"  to the ending of the masculine form.

Avocat, avocate => lawyer

Architecte => architect

Étudiant, étudiante => Student

Enseignant, enseignante => teacher

Ingénieur, ingénieure => engineer

Professeur, professeure =>teacher (note that professeur can be used for both masculine and feminine also). 

Professions ending with the letter "e"

Professions a lready ending with 'e" stay unchanged for their feminine.

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Artiste => artist

Comptable => accountant

Dentiste => dentist

Fleuriste => florist

Journaliste => Journalist

Juge => judge

Libraire => Bookseller

peintre => Painter

Pilote => pilot

Secrétaire => secretary

Scientifique => scientist C

Some occupations have irregular endings of their feminine;  those ending with eur, teur, ien, ain, er,...

Professions ending with " teur"  become "trice" in the feminine

​ Acteur, actrice => actor, actress

Directeur, directrice => director

Instituteur, institutrice => teacher

Professions ending with " eur"  become "euse" in the feminine

Coiffeur, coiffeuse => barber, hair dresser

Serveur, serveuse => server

Vendeur, vendeuse => salesman, saleswoman

Professions ending with " er"  become "ère" in the feminine

boulanger, boulangère => baker

Caissier, caissère => cashier

Cuisinier,cuisinière => cook, chef

Infirmier, infirmière => nurse

Policier, policièr e => Police officer

Professions ending with " ien "  become " ienne " in the feminine

Informaticien, informaticienne => informatician

Mécanicien, mécanicienne => mechanic

Pharmacien, pharmacienne => pharmacist

Note that some professions are mostly used in the masculine form. Even if we can  say professeure for a female teacher, it is more common to see professeur without e for women.

For the  word pompier , it is prefered to say femme pompier , ou femme sapeur-pompier when refering to a female firefighter. Same as for facteur and factrice. Facteur (postman) would be preferred.

Note also that the list of occupations given above is not exhaustive.

4. Practice test on professions in French

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French Essay: Topics, Tips, and Examples [2024 Updated]

Nowadays, knowing several foreign languages is no longer surprising. For example, learning French is common for English-speaking countries. So, getting an assignment on this subject won’t be a surprise for a student.

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One studying the language may penetrate the rich French culture and comprehend the nation itself. Besides, writing a French essay can develop the author’s writing skills and broaden their outlook. And even if you make mistakes doing so, it’s not the end of the world. The fact that you’re able to recognize them is already good enough, and you can fix complex errors using a free essay rewriter .

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  • History of the French language;
  • Dialects of the French language;
  • French phonology ;
  • French orthography;
  • French grammar ;
  • French alphabet.

The suggested topics are too vague and need narrowing. You may single out some aspects and analyze it in your paper. An excellent French essay topic should be:

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  • Broad for you to have enough room to develop your arguments;
  • Narrow enough for you to be able to concentrate on one or several points;
  • It should also be creative and original. You want people to enjoy reading it, right?
  • Most importantly, the topic should be interesting for you.

If the essay topics seem too formal to you, study, for example, your progress in analyzing the French language. Alternatively, you can state what attracts you in the language and explain why. You may also do a comparative analysis of French and some other languages. Comparing French with English may turn out to be a fascinating task to cope with. Both languages will benefit from your French essay writing.

Here are some topics and French essay examples you can consider writing about:

  • Your progress in learning the French language . Here you can write about your personal experience learning the French language. What techniques do you apply, and what motivates you personally? You can explain why you have to learn how to speak French.
  • How are the French language and culture in Southern France different from Parisian? In this essay, you can compare the Southern French dialect and culture with the one in Paris. What are some of the critical phonetic, grammar, and linguistic characteristics of Southern French?
  • Parisian dialect as a standard of French. When people think about the French language, the Parisian variant immediately comes to mind. In this essay, you can analyze why Parisian French became the standard version.
  • Why do you enjoy learning French? This essay focuses on your personal preferences and likes in the process of learning. What makes it fun and enjoyable? Is it French movies, French literature, or understanding French written work documents?
  • French influence on English . Although English is a Germanic language, it looks and sounds a lot like French. The influence which French had on English is significant. Look at some historical reasons (the Norman invasion in particular) and why English benefited from it.
  • French language in 19th century Russia . Not everyone knows that French was the official language of the Russian elite in the 19th century. Discuss the reasons why and what influence French culture had on Russian literature, music, and language.
  • The effect of the French language on the development of English writing . More than 10,000 French words came into the English language. Not only did the vocabulary of English get more prosperous, but the French way of spelling and letter convention influenced English orthography.
  • What caused French to become an aristocratic language in Europe? The reasons why the French language became so dominant throughout Europe are broad. In this essay, you can focus on economic grounds, cultural or political reasons.
  • An analysis of Canadian French. This essay can be a comparative analysis of Canadian and European French. What are the main differences? What are some similarities between the two variants?
  • Is there any similarity between French and German ? All of the languages in the Indo-European language family have some similarities. Therefore, French and German are not exceptions. You can focus on sentence structure, word order, pronunciation, or phonetics.
  • The popular strategies in English-French translation .
  • Describe the challenges of French language acquisition.
  • Analyze the peculiarities of French vowel pronunciation.
  • Cultural events and their traditions in French-speaking countries .
  • Discuss the advantages of learning French .
  • Examine the semantic peculiarities of the French language.
  • Explore the role of watching movies in the French language learning process.
  • Comparison of language education theories .
  • Analyze the impact of French language learning on your personality.
  • Describe the methods you’ve used to improve your French language fluency and which turned out to be the most effective.
  • Similarities and differences between realism and naturalism in Spanish and French literature .
  • What is the role of the French language in the modern world?
  • Advantages and disadvantages of knowledge of multiple languages .
  • Discuss the role of the French language in the United States.
  • The specifics of learning French in early childhood.
  • Compare the grammar peculiarities of English and French languages.
  • How is the concept of friendship interpreted in American and French cultures?
  • Analyze the correlation between the history of France and French language development.
  • Explore the origin of the French language.
  • Verbal and non-verbal communication in French culture.
  • Examine the crucial role of French literature in learning French.
  • Describe the relationship between French culture and language.
  • Is it a good idea to integrate bilingual programs in early childhood education?
  • Discuss the best ways to prepare for the speaking exam in French.
  • The role of audiovisual materials in learning French .
  • What difficulties did you face when learning to write in French?
  • The essential role of sociocultural context when translating from French.
  • Compare the customs of French, Chinese, and Hispanic cultures.
  • The best methods of learning the second language .
  • Describe the best ways of promoting language development for French language learners.
  • Analyze the methods of French word formation .
  • Would you like to become a French language teacher?
  • Analysis of the food words in English and other European languages.
  • Examine the specifics of the French language in former French colonies .

Do not treat your French essay as an ordinary task to undertake. Make it as creative as possible!

🖋️ How to Write a French Essay

Note that writing on some language problems requires more than your knowledge of the subject matter. It also tests your abilities to present them in terms of academic writing.

Special care should be taken concerning the following:

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  • The structural organization of your French essay.

Mostly, it is similar to any other academic essay :

  • It should start with a hook . In simple terms, it is the opening sentence or two of your writing. It can be a quote, a short story, or a catchy statement that grabs the reader’s attention.

Here’s an example of from the sample essay:

Every language is a mirror of society, a living organism that exists and changes under the influence of historical, political, and social conditions.

  • The next part of your essay is a thesis statement . Typically, it should be placed at the end of the first paragraph. The thesis statement’s purpose is to state the central idea in one or two phrases.

Here is a thesis statement from our French essay example:

Today, it is common to study English as a foreign language, as an international means of communication. However, this does not diminish the importance of learning other foreign language like French.

  • After that, the body of the essay should start. This part of the composition usually has three separate paragraphs. These paragraphs can include research, supporting evidence, and arguments that prove the point of view.
  • The conclusion brings together all the points of the essay. It goes back to the thesis statement and explains the broader importance of the topic. It is the last chance to leave a lasting impression on the reader.

Here is an example form our French essay sample:

To conclude, the above discussion provides evidence and arguments that maintain the position according to which learning French is a necessity nowadays. The crucial points are as follows; first, French has a long tradition of international language; second, French is spoken around the globe; third, it is a language of international relationships. The opposing position that English is sufficient for appropriate global communication was claimed unreasonable – an emphasis in this regard was on the essence of cultural and language diversity.

  • The logical organization of your French essay .

There are some ways in which you can coherently write your essay. The following three aspects can guide you when organizing your French essay:

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  • Topic sentence : you should mind linking elements within the paragraphs and between them. First of all, each section should include a topic sentence. It aims to identify the central idea and express an overall direction in which the writer will develop the paragraph.

The demand for knowledge of a language has changed in recent years.

  • Concluding sentence: each paragraph should also include a concluding sentence. It asserts the main idea of the section and sums up all the information said in it.

It may be claimed that in a period of rather an aggressive introduction of the Anglo-American language in the world, the French need to persistently and resolutely defend their language, their national interests, and calls on other nations to preserve linguistic diversity.

  • Linking words: it is crucial to use linking words in your essay. Linking words show relationships between ideas. It can be used to build sentences together to develop a cohesive paragraph.

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  • Grammar, spelling, and vocabulary.

The last step in writing an A+ French essay is proofreading and editing. Before submitting your academic paper, make sure to pay attention to grammar, spelling, and vocabulary mistakes . Without proofreading, your writing can contain typos and errors that will not leave a good impression.

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Introduction, 1. exploring my passion, 2. the significance of empathy and compassion, 3. the impact of research and evidence-based practice, 4. the importance of cultural competence, 5. the role of ethics and professionalism.

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