What is 社会人しゃかいじん? You Should Know

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What is 社会人しゃかいじん? You Should Know

I’d say you have already known the meaning of “学生がくせい” which means students, what about “社会人しゃかいじん“? People often want to know someone who is a student or not in daily conversations. Let me introduce what “社会人しゃかいじん” means and how to use it today!




社会人しゃかいじん

Working adults / Working member of society / Working professional / Employees

社会人しゃかいじん” means “Working adults, Working member of society, Working professional or Employees”. Basically, people want to know if someone is a student or a working member of society. That means, they often ask us about it when applying something such as bank accounts, credit cards, and travels or when buying cars, houses etc. Apparently, one of the criteria exists in our life that if someone is a student or a working member of society. For example, you may be asked “学生がくせい? or 社会人しゃかいじん?” by police in Japan when hanging out with your friends quite midnight around 1 a.m. or so if you look quite younger. Lastly, if you are already working at a certain company, you would be called “社会人しゃかいじん“, which everybody uses in both casual and business situations.

Example
ゆか
社会人しゃかいじんになったら、やするのってむずかしいよねー。 (Once you become a working professional, it’s hard to take time off.) (如果你变成社会人士的话,将会很难请假的。) (사회인이 되면 휴가 내기 어렵지.) (Đi làm rồi thì khó xin nghỉ ha.)
たつや
友達ともだち社会人しゃかいじんになっても、学生気分がくせいきぶんけないかな? (I wonder if my friend has already been working, but he behaves like a student.) (即使我的朋友成为社会人士,大概也不会脱离学生味。) (친구는 사회인이 됐는데도 아직도 자기가 학생 같나?) (Bạn tớ dù đã đi làm thì chắc cũng vẫn cái kiểu như sinh viên thôi.)
ゆか
社会人しゃかいじん学生がくせいって全然違ぜんぜんちがうよね。 (The working adults and students are definitely different, aren’t they?) (出社会和当学生完全不同。) (사회인과 학생은 전혀 달라.) (Người đã đi làm với sinh viên đúng là khác xa nhau nhỉ.)
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たつや
社会人しゃかいじんとして自己管理じこかんりしたほうがいいとおもうよ。 (You have to do self-management as a business person.) (我认为作为一个社会人士你应该实行自我管理。) (사회인으로서 자기관리를 하는 편이 좋을 거야.) (Đã là người đi làm thì cậu nên biết tự biết lo cho việc của mình đi.)
ゆか
就職しゅうしょくして社会人しゃかいじんになると、名刺めいしもらえるんだって。 (I’ve heard when we become a member of society, we’ll get our business card.) (当你开始出社会工作时,就会收到名片。) (취직해서 사회인이 되면 명함을 받을 수 있대.) (Nghe nói đi xin việc rồi được nhận vào làm thì sẽ có danh thiếp đấy.)
たつや
社会人しゃかいじんならある程度ていど貯金ちょきんがあるとおもうけど。 (I think a working adult should have at least some savings.) (出社会工作了以后,应该会有一定的存款。) (사회인이라면 어느 정도 모아둔 돈이 있을 텐데.) (Tớ nghĩ người đi làm ít nhiều cũng sẽ có tiền tiết kiệm.)
ゆか
学生がくせいですか社会人しゃかいじんですか? (Are you a student or do you work?) (是学生还是在工作了?) (학생이에요? 아니면 사회인이에요?) (Bạn còn là sinh viên hay đã đi làm rồi?)
たつや
学生がくせいだよ。 (I’m a student.) (我是学生。) (학생이야.) (Tôi vẫn là sinh viên.)
ゆか
社会人しゃかいじんです。 (I’m a working adult.) (我已经出社会在工作了。) (사회인이에요.) (Tôi đã đi làm rồi.)

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