JOBS


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AcronymDefinition
JOBSJob Opportunities and Basic Skills
JOBSJumpstart Our Business Strength Act (US Senate Bill 1637)
JOBSJob Opportunities in the Business Sector
JOBSJoint Ontario Business Sector (Ontario, Canada)
JOBSJob Opportunity Bank Service
JOBSJustifiable Obnoxious Battle for Survival :-)
References in classic literature ?
But the vacancy did not occur, nor did a steady job; and I employed the time between odd jobs with writing a twenty-one- thousand-word serial for the "Youth's Companion.
With my new responsibilities I didn't dare go to sea, and I failed to find a job at laundrying.
For one evening the old man came home in a great state of excitement, with the tale that he had been approached by a man in one of the corridors of the pickle rooms of Durham's, and asked what he would pay to get a job.
Just the same I notice them a-hikin' to town to get our jobs," was his reply.
You give me that bow-wow, and I'll smash Hanson right now, and you got the job right away--come to work in the morning.
Well, sir,' said Mrs Plornish, a civil woman, 'not to deceive you, he's gone to look for a job.
But he's come into money some way or other, Job Rowsell has.
And after a slight resistance on the part of Job Trotter, Sam led his newly-found friend to the apartment of Mr.
Job did make life kinder uneasy for him," reflected Captain Jim.
But there warn't any other place as handy after that fool of a job.
A job was to them a golden fetich before which they fell down and worshipped.
He'll be the boy for the clean job," said the oldsters to one another, and waited their time until they could set him to his work.