Chapter 7 presents examples of reading aloud across different work roles, arguing that reading aloud is ubiquitous, if sometimes barely noticed, in the workplace. This chapter explores the range of these practices as well as how reading aloud may be connected to workplace power relations. It then looks at six types of ‘reading aloud professionals,’ instances when reading aloud is key to a professional role – writers and editors, actors, broadcasters, religious roles, magistrates/judges/registrars, and librarians and teachers – examining the differing nature of reading aloud for each role. The chapter ends with reflections on reading aloud in public life, political protest and prisons.