Definition of 'job opportunity'
Example sentences containing 'job opportunity'
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Sometimes delay can be the same as saying no, so when you spot a job opportunity find out more straightaway. The Sun (2016)Is it a new career or job opportunity? Christianity Today (2000)We also wanted to help to provide job opportunities for trainees. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They decided to launch their own firms after finding limited job opportunities for youngsters. The Sun (2013)The new job opportunities could allow thousands of people from poorer backgrounds to become more affluent and join the middle classes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A new job opportunity might involve retraining but you handle this well. The Sun (2016)The construction and continuing staffing of Olympic venues will provide enormous job opportunities well beyond the initial building period. Times, Sunday Times (2006) New job opportunities are being advertised and filled all year round, but here are some of the key sectors with vacancies available right now. The Sun (2013)You enjoy something you at first thought was too difficult or tedious to learn, and it is a source of new friendship and job opportunities. The Sun (2016) Great job opportunities often come my way but as soon as people realise I have real memory issues, they write me off. The Sun (2012)
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