careerer

careerer

(kəˈrɪərə)
n
a person who careers
References in classic literature ?
The average irresponsible young man who has hung about North Street on Saturday nights, walked through the meadows and round by the mill and back home past the creek on Sunday afternoons, taken his seat in the brake for the annual outing, shuffled his way through the polka at the tradesmen's ball, and generally seized all legitimate opportunities for sporting with Amaryllis in the shade, has a hundred advantages which your successful careerer lacks.
But the university professor who still has the title of President, remained true to his careerer interest, to be president only of citizens who voted for the party that supported him during the elections, writes Rizaov.
This team had eight players who went on to have a profession careerer with the Boro.
The choice of a careerer w another event that brought an end to the relationships Rotundo discusses, but army officers began these relationships during their career training and maintained them for years if not decades afterwards.