Meaning of careerism in English:


Pronunciation /kəˈrɪərɪz(ə)m/



See careerist

‘In other words, the fires of feminism may have burned down to the ashes of careerism.’
  • ‘We were a tight group, despite the anxious careerism.’
  • ‘Still, some soldiers criticize the preponderance of awards for officers because it encourages politicking and smacks of careerism.’
  • ‘I'd also achieved my first foreign assignment (to New York) as a journalist; careerism was starting to grip.’
  • ‘The insularity of Washington, pressures of careerism, fear of appearing soft and the absence of institutional alternatives all contribute to a limiting of the debate.’