"Prophet" is a job now? ^____^That list is odd. Some of the items listed are emphatically not jobs. For example, slave.
Nor smuggler or thief. Sure, they might get hired to do a job, but no one is going to employ them full time. It's not like I'm going to open a smuggling shop. And "prophet" really made me giggle.
The one area where I constantly argue, both with various books and with myself, is the thief and the assassin. Thievery is a crime, but it's not a job. It's not like a young person might consider becoming a doctor or a mercenary or ... oh I know, a bandit! I'm sure there are plenty of people in need of a bandit for hire.
But then, the whole notion of thief as a profession, and of same being organized into thief guilds, has become widely accepted. It's a solid part of fantasy literature, so there's no point in me objecting. That's fine. I don't let them into my stories, but I'll allow them in others. It's not like they're as bad as sparkling vampires. <grin>
Elisha and Elijah will probably be especially happy to hear that one.
And several other people as well.
(Do quit your day job, please. You can just be a prophet from now on. )
"Bandit for hire" is also a good one.
(There are, of course, soldiers for hire, and also, assassins for hire.)
And I think I would say that "indentured servant" is a job, but "slave" isn't.
(Even if some people do think that they are the same thing. )