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''A professional is a member of a profession or any person who works in a specified professional activity. The term also describes the standards of education and training that prepare members of the profession with the particular knowledge and skills necessary to perform their specific role within that profession. In addition, most professionals are subject to strict codes of conduct, enshrining rigorous ethical and moral obligations.[1] Professional standards of practice and ethics for a particular field are typically agreed upon and maintained through widely recognized professional associations, such as the IEEE.[2] Some definitions of "professional" limit this term to those professions that serve some important aspect of public interest[3] and the general good of society.[4][5]

In some cultures, the term is used as shorthand to describe a particular social stratum of well-educated workers who enjoy considerable work autonomy and who are commonly engaged in creative and intellectually challenging work

The exploitation of garment workers can happen anywhere, and garments coming from a particular place does not necessarily mean they were produced unethically.

However, China, Bangladesh, and India are hot spots for unethical and exploitative garment, bag and shoe production. This is because most garments in the world are made here [PDF 402KB] as a result of western businesses exporting their production to developing countries, where workers can be easily exploited and paid less.

Many garment workers sew and make clothes in what is considered ‘modern day slavery conditions’. It is critical we all recognise our responsibility in this issue as factories in these countries meet the demands of fashion brands and consumers in the west.

In 2013, the most catastrophic garment factory accident in history occurred. The Rana Plaza building in Bangladesh, where many thousands of people worked, collapsed. The building had already been declared unsafe, but workers were made to continue sewing inside despite expressing fear for their lives.

When the building did collapse, 1,134 individual people were killed, and 2,600 more were injured. The clothing produced in the Plaza was sold across the world, including in the west. Many high street brands were supplied by this building, which pressured workers into unsafe conditions due to brands demanding short timeframes for product delivery.

Image: Md Khwaja Miah holds a photo of his 20 year old daughter, Khairunnahar Munni, who worked at Rana Plaza and died in the accident. "She rushed to work after her supervisor called and order her to get to work," he said. Khairunnahar Munni was the only person working in the family, after health complications meant no one else was able to. The family survives by selling their remaining belongings. / Al Jazeera


There are many dangerous jobs within garment production. For example, some distressed denim is produced through sand-blasting, where people aim high-pressure hoses full of sand at the denim. The sand can cause serious respiratory issues [PDF 640KB].

Workers who iron clothes before they are shipped to Europe, Australia or America have reported doing so in unventilated, windowless rooms that get extremely hot and steam-filled, causing people to faint.

General factory conditions in many ‘sweat shops’ are extremely poor and can be hazardous. It has been reported that workers who demand protective gear, including pregnant women, have been sacked.


In his study The Rise of Professional Society historian Harold Perkin characterizes professional society; "Where pre-industrial society was based on passive property in land and industrial society on actively managed capital, professional society is based on human capital created by education and enhanced by strategies of closure, that is, the exclusion of the unqualified." Specifically, it is the management of human capital, and not just specialized skill which Perkin argues is a mark of the professional classes, at one point going so far as to compare it to a modern form of feudalism.[10]

Although professional training appears to be ideologically neutral, it may be biased towards those with higher class backgrounds and a formal education. In his 2000 book, Disciplined Minds: A Critical Look at Salaried Professionals and the Soul-Battering System that Shapes Their LivesJeff Schmidt observes that qualified professionals are less creative and diverse in their opinions and habits than non-professionals, which he attributes to the subtle indoctrination and filtering which accompanies the process of professional training. His evidence is both qualitative and quantitative, including professional examinations, industry statistics and personal accounts of trainees and professionals.[11]

A key theoretical dispute arises from the observation that established professions (e.g. lawyers, medical doctors, architects, civil engineers, surveyors) are subject to strict codes of conduct. Some have thus argued that these codes of conduct, agreed upon and maintained through widely recognized professional associations, are a key element of what constitutes any profession.[12] Others have argued that strict codes of conduct and the professional associations that maintain them are merely a consequence of 'successful' professionalization, rather than an intrinsic element of the definition of professional (ism); this implies that a profession arises from the alignment between a shared purpose (connected to a 'greater good'), a body of knowledge, actual behavior in terms of actions and decisions, and expectations held by societal stakeholders''

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