applicantnoun

  • ja応募者、志願者、申込者
  • ena person who applies for or requests something; a candidate

Examples

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Applicant is attempting to blackmail interviewer, showing low moral character.
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Interviewer is threatening applicant with an arbitrary review process.
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Applicant is wasting everyone's time with stupid and inane accusations.
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Interviewer has suspect motives.
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Applicant has a head shaped like a trapezoid.
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Interviewer has turned off applicant's interest in Cornell.
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And they are going to go to the vastly superior Dartmouth.
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You all wanna know the secret formula for getting in.
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Don't you check 99.9% of your applicants?
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There you go.
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Does that compound your interest? Huh?
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What do you say? Huh, Barney?
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- Oh, Ben, that was amazing. - Thank you.
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But it's too late for her to apply.
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I'm sorry, but we're not really taking any more applicants.
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Though I could make an exception for someone else...
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Not interested.
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Lottery winners are randomly chosen by a US State Department computer program.
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They must submit documents and be interviewed at the US Embassy in their home country.
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Fewer than 1% of applicants are selected and undergo background checks.
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But if they clear a background check, they can obtain a permanent residency visa.
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Above all, remember that no applicant meets all the criteria.
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So if you think you only meet 80%, you're doing really well.
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Show how you have equivalent experience or skills to meet their criteria.
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Now, what's the stupidest thing that a job applicant has ever done on social media, in your experience?
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They put a link to their Facebook site on their CV.
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Submitted it, and then we clicked on it.
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It had naked of them all over it from some rugby night out.