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job

1. n. a drunkard. Give the job a drink and make somebody happy today.
2. n. a theft; a criminal act. (see also pull a job.) Who did that job at the old mansion last week?
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"Plain words is more than you'll get from Job," Lethbridge replied gloomily.
'Because they live one hundred miles from here, sir,' responded Job Trotter.
'There is no fear of my forgetting it, sir,' replied Job Trotter.
Jingle and Job had gone out together, that their luggage was packed up, and that they had ordered a chaise.
He knew that his purpose was in the main a good one, and he placed implicit reliance on the high-minded Job. it was dull, certainly; not to say dreary; but a contemplative man can always employ himself in meditation.
What was his astonishment when he just peeped out, by way of caution, to see that the person who had opened it was--not Job Trotter, but a servant-girl with a candle in her hand!
No cleaner job had ever been carried out in the bloodstained annals of the society.
When a few weeks later it was reported in the papers that Wilcox had been shot at from an ambuscade, it was an open secret that McMurdo was still at work upon his unfinished job.
Glassdoor is one of the world's largest job and recruiting sites, featuring all of the latest jobs online paired with nearly 45 million reviews and insights from employees on more than 830,000 companies in 190 countries.2 Glassdoor welcomes nearly 62 million unique users, on average, to its desktop and mobile platforms each month.3 The top reason people visit Glassdoor is to search and/or apply to jobs.4
As a result, the association iscallingon federal officials to double funding for career and technical education within five years, enact immigration reform and expand apprenticeship and other job training opportunities.
Job Search provides a comprehensive listing of jobs across the web benefiting job seekers in Bangladesh, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The 2016 Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) statistics the annual survey of businesses requesting information on number of employee jobs and business activity have been released today.
The previous article of this series introduced the unemployment rate, and like this index, the active job openings-to-applicants ratio is an index that indicates the demand and supply relationship in the labor market.
The message on the site says it's "a complete resource site for those seeking medical assistant jobs, with hundreds of job listings, as well as, resume and interviewing tips.” In addition to providing job openings, the website covers a variety of job-hunting topics, such as advice on job search strategies and tactics, cover letter writing, resume construction and interviewing skills.
With an intuitive domain extension that appears at the ends of Web addresses like .com (commercial), .edu (education), .gov (government), and .mil (military), .jobs has already been adopted by numerous employers, making it easer to find opportunities through easy-to-remember URLs that take job seekers directly to the jobs sections of large employers' Web sites.