American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Jobs, Steven Paul Born 1955. American computer engineer who cofounded Apple Computers (1975) and served as its chairman (1975-1985).
- n. A surname.
“If we are serious about creating jobs, we should focus on creating an environment where people like Jobs prosper.”
“Clinton did NOT create jobs, Jobs were created when he was in power.”
“The Republicans passing what they called a Jobs Creation Bill.”
“MALCOLM Turnbull has been travelling the length of Australia, holding what he calls Jobs for Australia Community Forums.”
“Steve Jobs is going to run into trouble with these acronyms.”
“The March Job report is out, and the increase in Jobs seems great, but is it?”
“[Steve Jobs] is changing the way Americans think about design and we're a learning new language to use to communicate fashion to people.”
“Jobs is easy and it stuns me how much resistance there is to this.”
“One of the reasons I watch Dirty Jobs is because of Mike.”
“The stuff in the field, however, that we do on Dirty Jobs is never written.”
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