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She has a job as a restaurant manager.
I've applied for several jobs without success.
Andy got a job at Krispy Kreme.
Emma finally found a job in a bakery.
My son has been offered a job in Tokyo.
I've taken a job at a hotel in Atlanta.
She's very experienced – she's been doing the job for years.
I could never do your job!
Dan quit his job (=stopped working at a particular job) after an argument with his boss.
Over 2000 jobs will go in the shipbuilding industry.
Many steelworkers are worried that they'll lose their jobs.
The auto industry has faced massive job losses.
The business venture will create over 1500 new jobs in the area.
There are not many job opportunities in this part of the country.
He has a job interview this morning.
Many students have part-time jobs.
I've got a temporary job for six months.
I could be out of a job if things don't improve.
She holds one of the top jobs in the industry.
I've been in this job for five years now.
It's my job to welcome new members to the club.
It's the job of teachers to give their students confidence.
When I took on the job, I didn't know what it would involve.
This is the American English definition of job. View British English definition of job.
a part of an atom that moves around the nucleus (=centre) and has a negative electrical charge
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