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All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (Top 13 List of 2022)

All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (Top 13 List of 2022)

 Minecraft's villagers are human-like. They get up, finish their task for the day, and then go back to sleep. This is how the creators have managed to make it fresh and engaged.

All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (2022)
All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (2022)


Some villagers, however, have no employment and are referred to as "Nitwits" in Minecraft. These villagers often go to their respective work blocks, accomplish nothing, and then leave.


Villager Professions

All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (Top 13 List of 2022)
All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (Top 13 List of 2022)


The following are all of the available occupations for a villager (excluding Nitwits):

  • Armorer
  • Butcher
  • Cartographer
  • Cleric
  • Farmer
  • Fisherman
  • Fletcher
  • Leatherworker
  • Librarian
  • Mason/Stone Mason (JE/BE)
  • Shepherd
  • Toolsmith
  • Weaponsmith


Villager Occupations Are Described

All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (Top 13 List of 2022)
All Minecraft Villager Jobs Are Described In Detail (Top 13 List of 2022)


Because there are so many villager vocations in Minecraft, the things they trade are listed below:

  • Armorer: A person who sells iron, chains, and armor. 
  • Butcher: Buys and sells meat, fruit, stew, and kelp blocks. 
  • Cartographer: A person who sells maps, compasses, flags, and patterns. 
  • Cleric: Deals in ender pearls, Redstone, and enchanting/potion components. 
  • Farmer: A person who trades food and crops. 
  • Fisherman: Deals in fish and campfires. Fletcher is a crossbow, bow, and arrow trader. 
  • Leatherworker: Sells hides, scutes, and leather products. 
  • Librarian: Buys and sells compasses, magical books, clocks, name tags, and lamps. Masons work with clay, polished stones, and quartz. 
  • Shepherd: Shears, wool, paintings, dyes, and beds.
  • Toolsmith: Sells bells, harvesting equipment, minerals, and other items. 
  • Weaponsmith: Trades bells, enchanted weapons, minerals


Job stumbling blocks

Players will require the matching job block if they wish to recruit villagers with a certain occupation. The following are the blocks:

  • Armorer: Blast Furnace
  • Butcher: Smoker
  • Cartographer: Cartography Table
  • Cleric: Brewing Stand
  • Farmer: Composter
  • Fisherman: Barrel
  • Fletcher: Fletching Table
  • Leatherworker: Cauldron
  • Librarian: Lectern
  • Masons: Stonecutter
  • Shepherd: Loom
  • Toolsmith: Smithing Table
  • Weaponsmith: Grindstone


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