Some articles on job, jobs:
... His first job in coaching Briegel did at FC Glarus, a second tier club from Switzerland ... He resigned from that job in October 1997 following a hefty question of authority with the team's manager, Otto Rehhagel ... Before accepting the role Briegel had had various other job offers as his coaching experience, however limited, had been that of assistant to Karl-Heinz Feldkamp at Beşiktaş J.K ...
... to his love of printing, especially since his job in the patent department gave him new determination to find a better way to copy documents ... After six weeks of job-hunting, he got a job at the firm Austin Dix, near Wall Street, but he left the job about a year later as the firm's business was declining ... He got a better job at the electronics firm P ...
... Job migration must not lead to a rise in unemployment, if national labour markets are flexible enough ... Job migration is often accompanied by a difficult transition to new jobs and new locations requiring new training and lowered living standards, although not for everyone ... Job migration can help a persons salary increase ...
... The Testament of Job is a book written in the 1st century BC or the 1st century AD (thus part of a tradition often called "intertestamental literature" by Christian scholars) ... aggada, it elaborates upon the Book of Job making Job a king in Egypt ... works in the Old Testament apocrypha, it gives the narrative a framing-tale of Job's last illness, in which he calls together his sons and daughters to give them his final ...
... Surname Brian Job (born 1951), American former swimmer Joseph-Désiré Job (born 1977), Cameroonian footballer Ignjat Job (1895-1936), Croatian painter Nick Job (born 1949), English golfer Given name Job ... and briefly Speaker of the House of Commons of England, and judge Job Charnock (c ... Company administrator traditionally regarded as the founder of the city of Calcutta Job Cohen (born 1947), leader of the Dutch Labour Party Job Durfee (1790-1847), jurist and member of the Rhode Island ...
More definitions of "job":
- (noun): The responsibility to do something.
Example: "It is their job to print the truth"
- (noun): A state of difficulty that needs to be resolved.
Example: "It is always a job to contact him"
- (noun): A Jewish hero in the Old Testament who maintained his faith in God in spite of afflictions that tested him.
- (noun): (computer science) a program application that may consist of several steps but is a single logical unit.
- (noun): A book in the Old Testament containing Job's pleas to God about his afflictions and God's reply.
Synonyms: Book of Job
- (verb): Work occasionally.
Example: "As a student I jobbed during the semester breaks"
- (noun): The performance of a piece of work.
Example: "She did an outstanding job as Ophelia"; "he gave it up as a bad job"
- (noun): The principal activity in your life that you do to earn money.
Synonyms: occupation, business, line of work, line
- (verb): Profit privately from public office and official business.
- (verb): Invest at a risk.
- (noun): An object worked on; a result produced by working.
Example: "He held the job in his left hand and worked on it with his right"
- (noun): A crime (especially a robbery).
Example: "The gang pulled off a bank job in St. Louis"
- (noun): A specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee.
Example: "Estimates of the city's loss on that job ranged as high as a million dollars"; "the job of repairing the engine took several hours"
Synonyms: task, chore
- (noun): A workplace.
Example: "As in the expression "on the job"
- (noun): A damaging piece of work.
Example: "Dry rot did the job of destroying the barn"; "the barber did a real job on my hair"
Famous quotes containing the word job:
“The job for us is to develop a way to teach children without demanding instant perfection or without giving in to every whim.”
—Jeannette W. Galambos (20th century)
“Sometimes the hardest part of my job is the incessant reminder of the fact were all trying so assiduously to ignore: we are here temporarily ... life is only ours on loan.”
—Sue Grafton (b. 1940)
“It is a verry delicate job to forgive a man, without lowering him in his own estimashun, and yures too.”
—Josh Billings [Henry Wheeler Shaw] (18181885)