Definition of 'good job'
Example sentences containing 'good job'
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They both have good jobs and are far better off than we are. The Sun (2015)It also does a good job of thinking seriously about his entire career. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)It also does a better job of holding in your tummy in than a jumper. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He also does a good job in telling the scientific story of the plague. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He also did a good job at the other end with a clean sheet. Times, Sunday Times (2009)If he or she moves with you will it mean leaving a good job? Times, Sunday Times (2008)He talks down the idea that a big club means a better job. Times, Sunday Times (2013)If you did not get this one it only means that a better job is on its way. POSITIVE THINKING: Everything you have always known about positive thinking but were afraid to put into practice (2001)They enjoy far better job security and their total remuneration and terms and conditions are considerably better as well. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In fact, they reckon they would make a far better job of it. The Sun (2011)He's done a good job so far. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We also have good jobs, a nice house and get on really well. The Sun (2009)There is now a focus on quality with slightly fewer jobs, but also slightly better jobs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)BRITAIN'S improving economy means better job opportunities in nearly all areas of industry - apart from insolvency experts. The Sun (2014)I'm doing a far better job of playing. The Sun (2006)Anything that says I did a good job will mean the world to me. The Sun (2014)The result is a vicious circle in which many disabled people cannot get good jobs, which means there are few role models for others. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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