A rookie or amateur is someone who is a beginner or not a seasoned pro. These terms are used to describe athletes among other things.
Amateur Teen Kingdom was created in 1996.
An amateur night is a session in a club or theatre in which amateurs perform in the place of paid professionals.
no High school wrestling is amateur wrestling and WWE is professional wrestling. Sure, many professional wrestlers have amateur background but being an amateur wrestler doesn't automatically mean you'll be capable to be a professional as amateur wrestling is competition kind of thing and professional is acting.
Newb or Newbie. Amateur.
he was new to his job so he was a rookie
Amateur, novice, rookie,nooblet
A person inexperienced or unskilled in a particular activity is Amature.
beginner. novice. novitiate. amateur. tyro. trainee. greenhorn. rookie. tenderfoot. recruit. apprentice. pupil. student.
Beginner, rookie, novice, amateur, inexperienced Additionally: noob, newbie, first timer
Rewording your question... "When you're new at something you may be called a ... ?"Beginner" or "novice" are appropriate. "Rookie" or "amateur" are also good, especially in sports.
If you are going to keep on being so amateur they are not going to hire us. Stop being so amateur!
Virgin Rookie Novice Ignorant Naive Amature Green Newbie NG = new guy BTW above should be Amateur
The word 'amateur' can be both a noun and an adjective noun use- i am an amateur adjective use- an amateur athlete
old comer non rookie not a rookie at all better than a rookie
We are not amateurs. We are real professionals.