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    1. When made redundant, I had to claim Job Seekers Al owance

    2. my demeanour – what this says about your average Job Seeker I simply

    3. “But aren’t you doing the same job still?”

    4. exact job that you want you can take the time to learn what you need to

    5. I did the math, I added it up, 8 hours every day, that’s 2080 hours this year that I’m wasting at a job I hate

    6. So I quit my job, I did it, I quit my job yesterday and I’m going to use those 8 hours effectively

    7. Recent Memory Loss that Affects Job Performance

    8. Then there’s the issue of job security; if anyone else could do what I could then I would be replaced

    9. There is a mass grave – a surplus of irons that have done their job and gone to rest

    10. You really should leave this job to me, some people just aren’t good at overseeing missions

    11. “But I would have had a much easier job of it if you hadn’t opted to change the mission parameters by staying upstairs to monitor the team that I was already monitoring

    12. He’d wanted to turn them into splinters, but that wasn’t a job for just one putter

    13. After that man hit him while he was on the job, I remember wanting to find that man and murder him

    14. He gets like this sometimes when he's starting a new job

    15. I couldn't do his job

    16. I can't see them wanting to keep her job open while the police investigate her innocence

    17. ‘Our expert has examined it and someone has done a very good job of repairing it

    18. Ackers was simply no good at this, but he thought he was doing a splendid job of putting the paper boy at ease

    19. Stephen’s comment in the car about my job being on the line is coming back to me now … on the floor I can see a letter with the school crest on it lying where I dropped the post

    20. Remember to emote properly and send the right message to your class, whether it’s that they are doing a good job or that they need to shape up immediately

    21. Pity her job took her away, though I think that she might have been willing to tell them where they could put their job if Stephen had suggested that they get married

    22. It is a terrible effort to keep a job and return to a small tenement and cope with growing children as well as the usually ailing parents

    23. · Men complain of her nagging; but she is just extending her care-taking job that irritates men

    24. ‘It’s a hell of a job arranging a village fete

    25. ‘Paul and I had the devil of a job stopping her mounting an assault on the police station where they were holding you

    26. While they discussed, doostEr was looking around and saw that getting the rockasaur into here would be a rigging job in itself

    27. This fact had been borne on me when I was looking for the job at the school … it is a daunting realisation

    28. When I was young, the criteria for getting a job tended to be linked to how good you looked in a mini skirt … okay, that is a sweeping statement, but I clearly remember one job where it was definitely the reason I got the job

    29. He’s got a job over at Hinkley Point where Adrian works – a five year contract

    30. With no job, I dare not get into financial difficulties with paying rent … I can’t afford to leave the house in Bridgwater empty either …

    31. ‘It is going to screw me up financially … I expect Stephen has told you that I lost my job

    32. ‘Yes, I’m renting here and what with the job situation I don’t feel comfortable not having any income … I think I shall have to give my landlord notice and move back to my house in Bridgwater

    33. Half my mind concentrating on the job in hand, I reach for the phone and pick it up

    34. ’ he said sounding truly concerned … I suppose in a way my losing my job is a direct result of him taking me in for questioning … but the man was only doing his job

    35. He wondered if he should go to the council with this question? That would certainly expose everything of Tahlmute's past and doing that would likely lose him the job

    36. Because he still wanted this job, he had to convince himself that there was still some chance it was a legitimate job

    37. "So what's the job?"

    38. "If I take the job, it is confidential," doostEr said, "and since I think it there may be legitimate reasons for confidentiality, I would like to take the job

    39. “And if I could get more people to do what l am doing instead of consistently destroying the environment she would have a much easier job

    40. My father got a job down at the old Trico factory on the Great West where

    41. I saw a picture of the boat but that was long after the job I did for him

    42. drummed it into me that we say yes and worry about the actual job later

    43. Yeah, doostEr admitted to himself, but he'd be a lot less nervous and just as interested in the job if he'd showed him ten coppers

    44. For ten coppers he'd do the job, he'd be polite and respectful and a lot less suspicious

    45. Tahlmute had to deny this was a job for the Kassikan

    46. operator musing on how his job could be more efficient

    47. The job is at offices in Taunton – damn! – and the job sounds pretty lousy but beggars can’t be choosers and the underlying feeling I get from Jackie at the agency is that I should be grateful that anyone is prepared to interview someone as ancient as I am

    48. I daresay she didn’t intend for it to come over so clearly, and maybe I am being over-sensitive but I felt it all the same … Well, if the only job I can get is in Taunton, I’ll just have to move back to Bridgwater … at least that will cut my travelling costs

    49. job, well, that was altogether easier

    50. ‘Dad got an education – trained as a skilled worker and got a job in the aeronautical industry based in Bristol

    1. Her father was a writer and jobbing printer

    2. of the field for jobbing, speculating, plundering, office-building & office-hunting would be produced by an assumption of all the State powers into the hands of the general government

    3. It was opened by Sal Sawyers, poor widow of a jobbing carpenter who had died in the plague

    1. jobs and activities so that she understands that she can be anything

    2. Most of our first jobs were in sweeping through houses: pest control, looking for suspicious activity, that sort of thing

    3. He does a lot of odd jobs around the bar but he mostly just hangs around here to drink

    4. At the same time it has been observed for years, for instance, that many executives with high-pressure jobs seem to remain quite healthy until old age – they seem to flourish in their pressure-cooker jobs

    5. With this sort of mind-set, retiring, changing jobs, or moving to a smaller place are not likely to significantly reduce stress levels – the stress will be there whether it is imposed externally, or whether you have to manufacture it

    6. You might have switched jobs too often to try and accumulate a healthy vested retirement nest egg

    7. As we retire from regular jobs, there is a tendency to spend more time in worship of our chosen deities, attending discourses, visiting places of worship and holy places and so on

    8. they toil and wear themselves out in their mean little jobs, and in so doing would they

    9. Bronner arrived in the States in 1929, and bounced between soap consulting jobs for various companies

    10. "Do you remember that after I got out of the Navy I had several jobs? One of them was as a carpenter

    11. She lasted until they both graduated … I think she was expecting it to go on, but they were unable to get jobs in the same town and, after about six months of living fifty miles apart, it fizzled out

    12. She hasn't been able to find a permanent job so far, so she has to change jobs all the time – in two words, she is always under steam

    13. Closer to the cities or towns they had less than an acre and grew only perishables and worked urban jobs at irregular intervals

    14. Have food stamps saved anyone? Has anyone been better off in life because they have health insurance? Does life get easier when we have these conveniences? Our tax money goes to pay for things like health insurance, food stamps, social security, Medicare, upkeep of unused buildings (that could be used to shelter the homeless if our Government really did care about us), great scientific studies like whether sick shrimp perform as well on a treadmill as healthy shrimp (this is a real study funded by the Government – it cost about 15 million dollars), army expenses, paying off the interest on our nation’s debt, veteran’s benefits, and government jobs such as postal workers or police officers

    15. has fought her way through jobs for the boys,

    16. ‘They have good jobs there

    17. ’ She said proudly, continuing with information about their jobs and status

    18. That we cannot keep relationships or hold down jobs or be successful

    19. They told him all about their great city, its lights and music, and especially about their jobs and their wonderful bonus payments

    20. Apart from a few casual jobs that he managed to get during the summer season, when Britain’s residential masses poured out of their suburban homes to spend two weeks basking in the melange of weather systems that blow in across the great western seas, he spent most of the year fishing from beaches and rocky breakwaters, eking out a meagre living by selling sea bass to local restaurants and pubs

    21. Ken and Eileen, both being able to work in full time jobs, saved and scrimped and carried each other all the way to the fertility clinic, where they found sympathy, helping hands, many months of pain and many dashed expectations

    22. Her parents supported her through uni whereas the rest of us (in common with the vast majority of the student population!) had to get part time jobs in order to keep body and soul together and, more annoyingly, she doesn't see why she should get a job now

    23. Apart from a few casual jobs that he managed to get

    24. If you are one of the Six Million Americans who have recently lost their jobs,

    25. Mum didn’t write though, she was a housewife and pottered about doing various voluntary jobs, especially when Chris and I got a bit older

    26. three companions had been put to work on a wide variety of jobs

    27. That was pretty time consuming to make from odd jobs, you pretty much needed a career or a hustle to do that in one day a week

    28. Unfortunately, our centers and the 'I's that comprise them have co-opted each others jobs

    29. He was between jobs and only involved for the money

    30. She knew about Internal Investigations and scared her even more by saying she thought their agents were much better at their jobs than the one that had followed her

    31. We had open fires when I was a child, and clearing out the ashes was one of my jobs, as youngest child

    32. Peter always got the clean jobs, I seem to remember

    33. Tdeshi took sign painting jobs, you would have been a good one for her to hook up with

    34. In order to keep us fed and clothed, Mum had taken cleaning jobs and, occasionally, something better paid turned up, but I know it was hard for her keeping things going

    35. “Why do you ask?” Harry explained that there were certain little jobs which he was certain might need a ladies touch, and left it at that

    36. “That was the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever heard!” Said the fat-cat, “You’re just making up scary stories so we won’t tear down your forest, and then you’ll steal our jobs and our wives!”

    37. They talked about lots of different day jobs, lines like, 'Remember that day we both worked at Djinzuk Tackle…'

    38. Mandy could not have been more pleased and proud of her protege, whom she had originally taken on to handle odd jobs around the kitchen and to simply encourage his native cooking and baking talents

    39. center, workers who’d been injured on their old jobs and were unable to return

    40. countless jobs had through the years

    41. In order to collect unemployment I had to fill out a card and show where I was looking for jobs

    42. He spent his working life doing general labouring jobs only when he needed money: a twenty first century swagman

    43. I've had my fill of jobs working for idiots, putting up with stupid rules and never receiving the least bit of praise or recognition

    44. I've applied for several accounting jobs with the US government

    45. He works odd jobs and keeps a low profile but he’s got a mobile so I can give him a ring

    46. Bruce wandered around the activity ticking off jobs from a mental checklist

    47. One of his other jobs was to supervise the Student Council

    48. In the hot parts of the week they wore only long, thin tee shirts, often with psychedelic dye jobs

    49. of-the-car jobs with our lunch, and we sat eating

    50. And it was not one of those simple jobs, if you

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