All villager jobs and how to get them

Villagers are passive mobs who live in villages in Minecraft. Each villager is a specialist in a specific field. Villagers interact with the players and breed. Their clothing varies depending on their occupation and biome. Villagers can be traded using emeralds to exchange currency.

Trade with villager is one of the fastest methods to get valuable items in Minecraft. Many streamers and YouTubers trade to quickly gain valuable items such as Ender pearls, food and more emeralds in Minecraft.

Minecraft Villagers: What players should know

To progress, players can trade with Villagers for high-tier equipment such as enchanted gear and ammo. Villagers can be found near their job sites blocks and are able to perform 15 types of professions.

1) A farmer (wears a straw cap)

Block of job sites: Composter

Trade crops and natural food, like bread and cookies.

2) Fisherman (wears an apron).

Block of jobs: Barrel

Trade campfires, fishing gear.

3. Shepherd (wears a brown cap with a white apron).

Block of jobs: Loom

Trades shears, wool and dyes, as well as paintings and beds.

Fletcher wears a feathered hat and quiver on his back.

Block of jobs: Fletching Table

Trades bows and crossbows, all types (except luck), and archery ingredients.

5) Cleric (wears purple apron, creeper cloak).

Block job site: Brewing Stand

Trades magic items such as ender pearls and redstone dust, glowstone powder, and other magical or potion ingredients.

6) Weaponsmith (wears an apron and eyepatch).

Block for job site: Grindstone

You can trade minerals, bells, and enchanted melee weapon enchantments. These enchantments can be used to enhance the weapon's sharpness or smite.

7) Armorer (wears an armor mask).

Job site block: Blast Furnace

Trades foundry products and sells chain iron, enchanted and enchanted dia armor tiers.

8) Toolsmith (wears black apron).

Block of jobs: Smithing Table

Trade minerals, bells, and harvest tools. Enchantments can be used to enhance tools.

9) Librarian (wears glasses and a book as an hat).

Block of jobs: Lectern

Trades for enchanted books and clocks, compasses and name tags, as well as glass, ink sacs and lanterns and book and quills.

10) Cartographer (wears an elegant golden monocle).

Job Site Block: Cartography Table

Trades banners and compasses, banner patterns and papers, as well as various maps, including explorer maps.

11) Leatherworker (wears brown gloves and an apron).

Cauldron: Job site block

Trades in scutes and rabbit hides.

12) Butcher (wears red headband, white apron).

Blocking Smokers from Job Sites

Trades meats, sweets berries, rabbit stew, dried kelp blocks, and trades meats.

13) Mason (wears black gloves and an apron).

Block for job site: Stonecutter

Trades for polished stones, terracotta and clay.

14) Nitwit (wears no badge, green-coated)

Block of jobs: None

No trades

15) Unemployed Villagers

These Minecraft villager wear the base outfit from their biome, without any additional features. They can't be traded until they are employed.

By removing or replacing the job site blocks of Villagers, players can alter their profession in Minecraft. Villagers can be helpful NPCs that help players in their Minecraft journey.