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職, しょく

  • shoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun, used as a suffix

  • employment

Examples of 職,しょく in a Sentence

How is your job hunting going?
We're confident that you are up to the challenge of the new position.
He accepted his appointment as chairman.
Clerks with sticky fingers won't keep their jobs for long.
I made five applications for jobs but got nothing.
He got the job by virtue of his father's connections.
When the school needed a new teacher, he applied for the position.
He's quite able at his job.
Job security is a priority over wages.
When she was in Los Angeles, she had at least six different jobs.

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