- n. Plural form of job.
“THRPartners For jobs from the HVAC, Refrigeration, or Appliance industries, come visit us at www. thrpartners.com & www. thrpartnersblog.com #jobs”
“HPFacebookVoteV2. init (420519, 'Big Coal Running Attack Ads Against \ "Tree Hugging Extremists\"', 'Massey Energy (NYSE: MEE), the 4th largest coal producer in the country is running political-style attacks in West Virginia claiming that \ "tree hugging extremists and self-serving politicians\" are killing jobs, while the coal industry is \ "fighting hard for Appalachian jobs\" and \ "what\'s right.”
“He also pointed out another great quote on jobs from the Governor, Since when has [an] oil company ever been interested in jobs?”
“We must ensure that California's ability to create and retain jobs is not compromised through this process," Allan Zaremberg said in a statement.”
“Where are the jobs is a valid question for a culture to ask (if it wants to see there be jobs) and if we stop producing real products where will future jobs be?”
“And he said the word "jobs" 37 times in 34 minutes.”
“For many of us, the day we lose our jobs is the first day that we slow down - ever.”
“But what makes them good at their jobs is also what makes them a danger to their bodies.”
“Overlooked by society, irrelevant to employers, unwanted by women who can raise families on benefits without their help, the man who has no work or a series of short-term jobs is a problem.”
“The way to create long-term jobs is to let companies and their customers keep more of their hard earned money.”
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