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job interview (dʒɒb ˈɪntəˌvjuː) 



  1. (business) a formal meeting at which someone is asked questions in order to find out if they are suitable for a post of employment   ⇒ I've got a job interview tomorrow., He was dressed as though he was going to a job interview.

Example Sentences Including 'job interview'

'But I went for a job interview today,' she sobbed childishly.
Cecelia Ahern 2004 PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
For example, if you are going to a job interview , you should `see" yourself there, relaxed and confident, and impressing the interviewers.
Cutler, Peter Get Out of Debt and Prosper! a 10-step plan that really works
HOBART singer/ songwriter Tim Davies is preparing for the job interview of a lifetime.
The Mercury, Sunday Tasmanian (2005)
His wife, a specialist in the psychiatric health field, had a job interview lined up next week.
New Zealand Herald (2004)
Holly looked at herself in the toilet mirror of the office building where her first job interview was taking place.
Cecelia Ahern 2004 PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
I was just at a job interview ,' Holly said, and winced at the thought of it.
Cecelia Ahern 2004 PS, I LOVE YOU (2004)
Importantly, your former manager cannot be asked for a reference at your next job interview.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
Revise it like you were preparing for the most important job interview of your life.
Business Today (2002)
What they say at home is not what they would say in a job interview.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)


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