OTHER WORDS FROM professionalizepro·fes·sion·al·ist, nounpro·fes·sion·al·i·za·tion, noun
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Robert Peel — who would go on to become prime minister — he was devoted to professionalizing London’s police force.
Troll farms—professionalized groups that work in a coordinated fashion to post provocative content, often propaganda, to social networks—were still building massive audiences by running networks of Facebook pages.
It may in fact be too late for the NCAA to make changes to control the momentum toward paying student-athletes and professionalizing college sports.Nothing Unites Left And Right Like Opposition To The NCAA|Sarah Shachat|June 22, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
When it came to the police, new rounds of charter reform in the 1920s were intended to professionalize the department by removing political influence out of concerns that corrupt police officers enforced the will of politicians.
When Parker became chief of police in 1950, for example, he extended the LAPD’s insulation from civilian oversight and professionalized the department by raising standards and bolstering the internal disciplinary process.
The personality of many who engage in the work is too ordinary to professionalize any calling.Rural Life and the Rural School|Joseph Kennedy