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01. She has a new [job] at MacDonald's.
02. He has applied for a [job] at a department store.
03. Thousands of people move into big cities from the countryside in search of [jobs].
04. My brother always had the [job] of taking out the garbage.
05. I have a really boring [job] in a shoe factory.
06. He has a [job] interview this afternoon.
07. She depends on her husband too much; she needs to get a [job], and earn her own money.
08. I'm quite eager to start my new [job].
09. In this [job], you will have to work overtime sometimes.
10. He sent his resumé to a number of different companies, but hasn't found a [job] yet.
11. There are lots of [jobs] for teenagers in the tourist industry in this city each summer.
12. Many [jobs] people used to have are now being done by machines.
13. We get good benefits in this [job], including medical, dental, and pension.
14. If you are unable to do the [job] alone, just ask Beverly to help you.
15. She hates her [job], and wants to find something else.
16. You may fail the course if you don't do a better [job] on your next presentation.
17. Doctors and lawyers are high status [jobs] in our society.
18. The first thing I have to do after I finish high school is get a [job].
19. It is important to have at least a grade 12 education if you want to get a good [job].
20. In today's [job] market, being able to speak another language is a useful skill.
21. The children have done an excellent [job] of cleaning up the playroom.
22. He was new to the [job], and at first he had trouble handling all the work they asked him to do.
23. If you are out of shape or overweight, it is more difficult for your heart to do its [job].
24. Your chances of finding a [job] will improve if you have good computer skills.
25. We were very happy with the paint [job] he did on our house.
26. My grandma always said that it is the [job] of a grandparent to love their grandchildren.
27. My brother is [jobless], and really needs to find work.
28. I much prefer a challenging [job] with lots of responsibility to an easy, boring [job].
29. She is working in an office downtown on a two-month contract, but is hoping to find a permanent [job] soon.
30. Before becoming an actor, Brad Pitt once had a [job] wearing a chicken costume as advertising for a local restaurant.
31. Rapper Sean "Puffy" Combs had his first [job] at age two when he was in an ad for an ice cream company.
32. Henry Ford once remarked that nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small [jobs].
33. Claude Monet's 100,000-franc winnings in the French lottery in 1891 allowed him to quit his [job] as a messenger, and do what he really enjoyed - painting.
34. Princess Diana once said, "I knew what my [job] was; it was to go out, and meet the people, and love them."
35. Golda Meir once said that to be successful, a woman has to be much better at her [job] than a man.
36. Football coach Don Landry once remarked that if you are prepared, you will be confident, and will do the [job]
37. J. R. R. Tolkien once observed that it's a [job] that's never started that takes the longest to finish..
38. Boxer Muhammad Ali once stated of his sport, "It's just a [job]. Grass grows, birds fly, waves pound the sand. I beat people up."
39. Roman Rolland once suggested that it's the artist's [job] to create sunshine when there isn't any.
40. Jim Fox once remarked, "Find a [job] you love, and you'll never have to work a day in your life."
41. David Sarnoff once noted that nobody can be successful if he doesn't love his work, love his [job].
42. Aristotle once observed that pleasure in the [job] puts perfection in the work.
43. A Chinese proverb tells us that as soon as you have finished a [job], you start appreciating the difficulties.

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