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    Use "job" in a sentence

    job example sentences

    job


    jobs


    jobbing


    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


















































































    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


















































































    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


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


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    Synonyms for "job"

    job business line line of work occupation chore task caper book of job problem speculate farm out subcontract assignment duty role employment vocation position post billet engagement appointment

    "job" definitions

    the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money


    a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee


    a workplace; as in the expression `on the job'


    an object worked on; a result produced by working


    the responsibility to do something


    the performance of a piece of work


    a damaging piece of work


    a state of difficulty that needs to be resolved


    a Jewish hero in the Old Testament who maintained his faith in God in spite of afflictions that tested him


    any long-suffering person who withstands affliction without despairing


    (computer science) a program application that may consist of several steps but is a single logical unit


    a book in the Old Testament containing Job's pleas to God about his afflictions and God's reply


    a crime (especially a robbery)


    profit privately from public office and official business


    arranged for contracted work to be done by others


    work occasionally


    invest at a risk