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Network building got me(M) my best jobs during my career.
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There was a reality series on the BBC last year (Junior Doctors: Your Life In Their Hands) where most of the juniors struggled with bloods but one was fine because her part-time job during university was working as a phlebotomist.
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job (noun)

  • A task.
  • An economic role for which a person is paid.
  • Plastic surgery.
  • A task, or series of tasks, carried out in batch mode (especially on a mainframe computer).
  • A sudden thrust or stab; a jab.
  • A public tra...
  • A public transaction done for private profit; something performed ostensibly as a part of official duty, but really for private gain; a corrupt official business.
  • Any affair or event which affects one, whether fortunately or unfortunately.
  • A thing (often used in a vague way to refer to something whose name one cannot recall).
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Job (proper_noun)

  • A book of the Old Testament and the Hebrew Tanakh.
  • An Old Testament and qur'anic character.
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job (verb)

  • To do odd jobs or occasional work for hire.
  • To work as a jobber.
  • To take the loss.
  • To buy and sell for profit, as securities; to speculate in.
  • To subcontract a project or delivery in small portions to a number of contractors.
  • To seek private gain under pretence of public service; to turn public matters to private advantage.
  • To strike or stab with a pointed instrument.
  • To thrust in, as a pointed instrument.
  • To hire or let in periods of service.
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job

  • Something that's impossible to find because everyone wants to only hire experienced people even though you can't get experience if no one will hire you, and they're too damned lazy to train you.
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Job

  • A now extinct form of making other people wealthy. b. Industrial Revolution d. 2008. Times have changed and now entire countries are being bankrupted for this purpose.
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JOB

  • Maker of fine quality rolling papers.
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Now, it's about time we come up on our promises (doesn't matter on which country) and offered citizenship to those who risked their lives and their family lives in during their jobs.
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Of the 200 women you've slept with, how many gave you a blow job during the deed?
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Idk man, people who love money usually work 2 jobs during the day and a night shift.
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If not you could always get in touch with some local newspapers and I'm sure one of them may be interested in writing a piece about the police not doing their job during the holidays.
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He did a better job during one match than any of the commentators did on any match the entire year.
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If none of this works out, try to find a part time job during and/or after the school year.
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Fourth: apply to jobs DURING your senior year.
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But I understand, especially as a college student myself how difficult it is to maintain a job during your studies and making every money you can for books, rooming, and tutition.
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Female staff Sgt from my Army days thought she could trust a soldier for tech support during AIT (job training after basic).
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Now that you mention it Auburn had a freshman OT win the starting job during bowl practices.
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Because who wants to hire a washed up construction worker who lost his job during the recession.
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This month I will be making twice what I make during my day job with freelancing, I have high hopes for the future.
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Probably because most Uber drivers here have other jobs during the week.
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If the 75 cents still cover all of the expenses incurred during the job then there is no issue here, however.
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I've got the weird perspective of being from the generation before everything went to hell but in the same boat because of law school and the decline in available law jobs during the recession.
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6am ride to try beat the heat not at work haha, finally got a decent 9-5 m-f job so no weekends for me.
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I've been thinking about getting a job during the summer to make some extra money.
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Crucial was that my fiancé who is vet played it during her service and I during my job, so we almost flawlessly farmed it with alarms on our phones to grind it.
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I'd also throw in, try to go spend money during the day M-F 9-5.
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Honestly fuck all that I would just cut the pole close to the ground and be done with it......30 m job.
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After working in retail for 11 years (4 as a cashier/customer service, 7 managing a grocery store) I recently got a new office job M-F.
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During my job search I also received a good response from banks and other financial firms.
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Take a look at what happened to people over 50 who lost their jobs during the Great Recession.
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So you're saying the past 10 years of a desk job during the day, and playing video games at a computer all night may have been detrimental to my health?
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That being said, during my last job, I hated it and questioned whether vet school was a mistake.
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Work and welfare: I changed jobs during that period, and got a pay rise by doing so.
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I stayed too long at my first job during college.
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I have one and I actively looked for a job during 6 monthes before finally finding one(for some jobs they would even tell me "but why did you get that additional master in tax law??"
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My initial hire back when I got my first LVN job was BC of my CNA job during LVN school.
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Everyone's different but for me personally, I had a part-time job during my 2nd year and it was too much for me.
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It was an awesome job during the summers.
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Then I graduated from engineering school with a 2.1 GPA because my father (the only bread-winner in my family, mind you) was diagnosed with cancer my freshman year and lost his job during the economic recession, all within about a months span.
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Dr M decided that Jobs did not suffer kidney stone and insist that kidney stone was the result of meat based diet... whereas oxalate is naturally found in many foods, including fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds, grains, legumes, and even chocolate and tea... the whole "eating meat and you become acidic and bones will dissolve, and you get kidney stones.
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A bit of my background, I work a typical, mundane software development job during the day.
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My M-F job, I'm a sys admin.
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A full time, M-F job, and I do IT work on the side.
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Could you apply for the ESRC fee-waiver and then support yourself with a job during your masters?
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But I am at my job during those hours, so... Do folks just pee on sticks while at work?
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Just saying this as senior in college, I don't use email to communicate with my friends from school or home, but I relied heavily on email during my internships, and expect to use it heavily during my job after graduation.
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On top of that, Southampton did a good job during spells of the game in retaining possession themselves.
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Being a former hvac mechanic, I used to carve random crap under peoples houses when taking 5 during lengthy jobs.
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During a job interview though, questions and programming problems are usually pretty common.
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