Jobs - Ancient, Medieval, or Old (some modern)

  1. Accomptant - Accountant
  2. Acrobat/Actor – traveling performer
  3. Almoner - Giver of charity to the needy
  4. Amanuensis - Secretary or stenographer
  5. Apothecarist – common physician trained in formal medicine
  6. Architect – builder of structures, towns, and buildings
  7. Armorer – forger of armors and shields
  8. Artificer - A soldier mechanic who does repairs
  9. Artist – painter of portraits and icons
  10. Astrologer – scientist of the stars and planets
  11. Bailie - Bailiff
  12. Baker – specialists in bread
  13. Barrister – lawyers that appear in court
  14. Baxter - Baker
  15. Blacksmith – generic ironworker and forger
  16. Bladesmith – forger of weapons
  17. Bluestocking - Female writer
  18. Boniface- Keeper of an inn
  19. Bookbinder – specialist in creation of books
  20. Bouncers – guard who authenticates proper payment for an inn
  21. Bowyer – crafter of bows, arrows, crossbows, and bolts
  22. Brazier - One who works with brass
  23. Brewer – specialist in making and fermenting beer and ale
  24. Brewster - Beer manufacturer
  25. Bricklayer – manipulator and specialist in laying brick
  26. Brightsmith- Metal Worker
  27. Burgonmaster- Mayor
  28. Butcher – seller of meats
  29. Candlemaker – crafter of wax candles
  30. Carpenter – worker and engineer in wood
  31. Cartographer – mapmaker
  32. Caulker - One who filled up cracks (in ships or windows) or seems to make them watertight by using tar or oakum-hemp fiber produced by taking old ropes apart
  33. Chaisemaker - Carriage maker
  34. Chandler -Dealer or trader; one who makes or sells candles; retailer of groceries
  35. Chiffonnier- Wig maker
  36. Clark - Clerk
  37. Clerk - accountant
  38. Clerk - Clergyman, cleric
  39. Clicker -The servant of a salesman who stood at the door to invite customers; one who received the matter in the galley from the compositors and arranged it in due form ready for printing; one who makes eyelet holes in boots using a machine which clicked.
  40. Clothier – clothing entrepreneurs
  41. Cohen - Priest
  42. Collier- Coal miner
  43. Colporteur- Peddler of books
  44. Cook – manipulator of food for meals
  45. Cooper - One who makes or repairs vessels made of staves & hoops, such as casks, barrels, tubs, etc.
  46. Cordova/Cordoba in Spain
  47. Cordwainer- Shoemaker, originally any leather worker using leather from
  48. Costermonger - Peddler of fruits and vegetables
  49. Crocker -Potter
  50. Crowner - Coroner
  51. Curate – liturgical worker, hired by priests
  52. Currier - One who dresses the coat of a horse with a curry comb; one who tanned leather by incorporating oil or grease
  53. Delegate – in-between men who worked with the people, the mayor, and sheriff
  54. Diplomat – royal messenger and ambassador
  55. Docker - Stevedore, dock worker who loads and unloads cargo
  56. Dowser - One who finds water using a rod or witching stick
  57. Draper - A dealer in dry goods
  58. Drayman - One who drives a long strong cart without fixed sides for carrying heavy loads
  59. Dresser- A surgeon's assistant in a hospital/one who finishes cloth to give it a smooth nap
  60. Drover - One who drives cattle, sheep, etc. to market; a dealer in cattle
  61. Duffer - Peddler
  62. Dyer – worker in coloring, including clothes, ink, paint, and fashion
  63. Engineer – planner of complex structures and habitat systems
  64. Engraver – engraves writing and pictures on wood and metal
  65. Factor - Agent, commission merchant; one who acts or transacts business for another; Scottish steward or bailiff of an estate
  66. Farmer – grower and cultivator of field products and domestic animals
  67. Farrier - A blacksmith, one who shoes horses
  68. Faulkner - Falconer
  69. Fell Monger - One who removes hair or wool from hides in preparation for leather making
  70. Fisherman – farmer of fish
  71. Fishmonger – seller of fish
  72. Fletcher - One who made bows and arrows
  73. Forester – woodland law enforcement and maintenance
  74. Fortune-Teller – foreteller of the future and illusionary mystic
  75. Fruitier – seller of fruits
  76. Fuller -One who fulls cloth; one who shrinks and thickens woolen cloth by moistening, heating, and pressing; one who cleans and finishes cloth
  77. Gaoler – A keeper of the goal, a jailer
  78. Furrier – specialist in drying, preserving, and manipulating animal skin
  79. Gardener – specialist in plant growth, maintenance, and lore
  80. Glassblower – specialist in heating sand and water to create glass
  81. Glazier - Window glassman
  82. Grain Merchant – traveling trader of grain
  83. Gravedigger – digger of graves
  84. Grocer – seller of spices
  85. Hacker - Maker of hoes
  86. Hatcheler - One who combed out or carded flax
  87. Haymonger - Dealer in hay
  88. Hayward - Keeper of fences
  89. Herald – proclaimer of royal messages to the public
  90. Herbalist – specialist in growth, maintenance, and knowledge of medicinal herbs
  91. Higgler - Itinerant peddler
  92. Hillier - Roof tiler
  93. Hind -A farm laborer
  94. Holster - A groom who took care of horses, often at an inn
  95. Hooker - Reaper
  96. Hooper - One who made hoops for casks and barrels
  97. Huckster - Sells small wares
  98. Hunter – specialist in the art of locating and killing wild animals
  99. Husbandman - A farmer who cultivated the land
  100. Innkeeper – owner and maintainer of an inn or pub
  101. Interpreter – foreign language transcriber
  102. Jagger -Fish peddler
  103. Jester – entertainer, often a captured soldier
  104. Jeweler – trader, assessor, and manipulator of precious stones
  105. Journeyman - One who had served his apprenticeship and mastered his craft, not bound to serve a master, but hired by the day
  106. Joyner/Joiner - A skilled carpenter
  107. Keeler - Bargeman
  108. Kempster - Wool comber
  109. Lardner - Keeper of the cupboard
  110. Lavender - Washer woman
  111. Leatherworker – specialist in creation of materials from leather
  112. Lederer - Leather maker
  113. Leech - Physician
  114. Locksmith – specialist in the creation of locks and keys
  115. Longshoreman -Stevedore
  116. Lormer- Maker of horse gear
  117. Malender - Farmer
  118. Maltster - Brewer
  119. Manciple - A steward
  120. Mason – specialist in stone working
  121. Mayor – voice of the people, who addressed common concerns
  122. Mercer – specialist in silks and expensive material
  123. Messenger – courier of royal news and inquiry
  124. Miner – specialist in mining of metals, stone, and precious stone
  125. Minstrel – musician and singer of song, often hired by knights and lords
  126. Mintmaster - One who issued local currency
  127. Moneylender – giver of loans and master of interest
  128. Monger - Seller of goods (ale, fish)
  129. Muleskinner - Teamster
  130. Navigator – guide in the steering of aquatic and ground vessels
  131. Neatherder - Herds cows
  132. Ordinary Keeper - Innkeeper with fixed prices
  133. Painter – professional tradesman who paints communities and environments
  134. Pardoners – seller of indulgences
  135. Pattern Maker - A maker of a clog shod with an iron ring. A clog was a wooden pole with a pattern cut into the end
  136. Peddler – merchant of eccentric goods
  137. Peregrinator - Itinerant wanderer
  138. Peruker - A wig maker
  139. Pettifogger - A shyster lawyer
  140. Physician – specialist in prescribing medicine and performing surgery
  141. Pigman - Crockery dealer
  142. Playwright – composer and director of plays meant to speak to the common man
  143. Plumber - One who applied sheet lead for roofing and set lead frames for plain or stained glass windows.
  144. Politician – specialist in addressing the concerns of the people to the local lord
  145. Porter - Door keeper
  146. Potter – crafter of earthenworks
  147. Priest – civil servants and clerical leaders of a parish
  148. Puddler - Wrought iron worker. The skilled man who supervised the molten mass, deciding when it was ready for shingling, hammering and rolling.
  149. Quarrier - Quarry worker
  150. Rat Catcher – specialist in suppressing and eliminating creature infestation
  151. Rigger - Hoist tackle worker
  152. Ripper -Seller of fish
  153. Roper - Maker of rope or nets
  154. Saddler - One who makes, repairs or sells saddles or other furnishings for horses
  155. Sailor – operator of aquatic ships
  156. Sawbones - Physician
  157. Sawyer - One who saws; carpenter
  158. Schumacker - Shoemaker
  159. Scribe – specialist in ink, parchment, and the copying of manuscripts
  160. Scribler - A minor or worthless author
  161. Scrivener -Professional or public copyist or writer; notary public
  162. Scrutiner - Election judge
  163. Servant – unpaid and housed workers employed by a local lord or noble
  164. Sheriff – master of law enforcement for a community
  165. Shipwright – specialist who designs boats and vessels
  166. Shoemaker – laborers who design and create footwear
  167. Shrieve - Sheriff
  168. Slater - Roofer
  169. Slopseller - Seller of ready-made clothes in a slop shop
  170. Snobscat/Snob - One who repaired shoes
  171. Solicitor – independent lawyers unable to appear in court
  172. Sorter -Tailor
  173. Spinster - A woman who spins or an unmarried woman
  174. Spurrer - Maker of spurs
  175. Spy – royal informer, usually a woman
  176. Squire - Country gentleman; farm owner; justice of peace
  177. Stonecarver – specialist in etching, carving, and manipulating stone
  178. Storyteller – professional entertainer of stories, usually hired by nobles
  179. Stuff Gown - Junior barrister
  180. Supercargo - Officer on merchant ship who is in charge of cargo and the commercial concerns of the ship
  181. Tanner - One who tans (cures) animal hides into leather
  182. Tapley - One who puts the tap in an ale cask
  183. Tasker - Reaper
  184. Teamster - One who drives a team for hauling
  185. Thatcher - Roofer
  186. Tide waiter - Customs inspector
  187. Tinker - An itinerant tin pot and pan seller and repairman
  188. Tipstaff -Policeman
  189. Travers - Toll bridge collection
  190. Tucker - Cleaner of cloth goods
  191. Turner - A person who turns wood on a lathe into spindles
  192. Victualer - A tavern keeper, or one who provides an army, navy, or ship with food supplies
  193. Vintner – seller of wines
  194. Vulcan - Blacksmith
  195. Wagoner -Teamster not for hire
  196. Wainwright - Wagon maker
  197. Waiter - Customs officer or tide waiter; one who waited on the tide to collect duty on goods brought in
  198. Waterman – sailor of public river barges
  199. Weaver – specialist in weaving clothes, baskets, furniture, and crafts
  200. Webster - Operator of looms
  201. Wet Nurse – supplied breast milk to babies
  202. Wharfinger - Owner of a wharf
  203. Wheelwright - One who made or repaired wheels; wheeled carriages, etc.
  204. Whitesmith - Tinsmith; worker of iron who finishes or polishes the work
  205. Whitewing - Street sweeper
  206. Whitster -Bleach of cloth
  207. Wright - Workman, especially a construction worker
  208. Yeoman - Farmer who owns his own land

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