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就職, しゅうしょく

  • shūshoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • finding employment
  • inauguration

Examples of 就職,しゅうしょく in a Sentence

Why was I turned down for the job?
I've made up my mind to work for a company in the States.
My job search is really going rough. I don't have any connections.
The interview went off so well that he got the job.
I am not sure yet if I will go to a university or get a job.
My sister got a job with an airline company and became a flight attendant.
Is there any possibility of his resigning?
His advanced age prevents him from getting a job.
I just got a great job because of an introduction from a friend. Sometimes things happen when you least expect it.
Father spoke about how important school will be for finding a job when I am older.

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