jobnoun

  • ja仕事
  • enthe work a person does in order to earn money

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My employees are all over the country, and sometimes all over the world.
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They're working 24/7, or they're not.
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But they're getting the job done.
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And that's the way the economy is going to roll.
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You don't have to 9 to 5 anything anymore.
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You have to get the job done.
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Colonel, this is a significant find.
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I need your men to secure this village.
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We're not even supposed to be here.
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It's my job to make sure that anything of value stays out of enemy hands.
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And you also have to recognize, in this day and age,
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people aren't looking for lifetime jobs at a company.
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They want jobs that'll help them improve their own skillset
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so they can find a better place in life that they enjoy.
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So in our hiring process at Facebook, one of the things that we ask people is,
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what is something that you've built that's outside of the jobs that you've done?
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Describe your dream job not with a title,
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but in terms of attributes, responsibilities, and skills.
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And listen up: make sure most of them align with the job you're after.
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You could say, "My dream job would involve a lot of problem solving,"
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or, "I love teamwork, so my dream job would definitely involve all kinds of collaboration."
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I'm glad if today spurred social change.
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That's part of my job as regional manager.
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But you know what?
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Even if it didn't, at least we put this matter to bed.
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Hypothetical, if you were interviewing somebody for a job,
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you could only ask them 1 question and decide based on their answer whether to hire them,
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what would be your question?
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What's your ultimate dream job?
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And it's not just changing the world.
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That's not entirely helpful in that context.
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It's literally, if you could write down your perfect job — the company, the role, you name it —
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your day-to-day job description,
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what does something like that look like?
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Think about it: as a senior executive, what do you really get paid to do?
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As a senior executive, you get paid to make a small number of high quality decisions.
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Your job is not to make thousands of decisions every day.
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You still loving the job?
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- Still getting the people you want? - I love it!
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Yes! Yes.
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You know, there's no bigger privilege in the world than to work at this company at this moment in time,
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and to be able to work with all the great people I get to work with every day.
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Well, it seemed very important to you earlier that you needed to stay and—
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- Do my job? - No.
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Your job is being my friend, Pam.
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Hey, man, let me do my job. Alright?
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I’m looking for a job.
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In fact, I’ve made up my mind to find a career that I can learn and grow into.
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What's your job?
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Find the dirty cops.
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Oh, god, I hate my job. I hate it.
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I hate my job. I hate it.
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I know, honey. I'm sorry.
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Don't look at them! Look at me!
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Do your job!
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Drain me!

Other meanings for job...

jobnoun

  • ja整形手術
  • ena medical procedure, usually combined with a body part, like 'nose,' 'boob,' etc.
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Maybe she feels weird around me
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because I'm the only person that knows about her nose job.
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Oh, my goodness.
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Harrison, you look fantastic.
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- Thank you. - Be honest with me. Have you gotten a nose job?
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Just a little touch-up.
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When I first started working, my best friend pointed this out to me,
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if you were to google my name, the first search that would come up was "nose job."
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And, well, I've never had a nose job.
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I've had the same nose my whole life.
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And I used to be made fun of for having a Michael Jackson nose growing up.
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But he had a lot of surgeries to get there.
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- Yeah. But this is... - I don't think you've got a—
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This is all mine.
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It's all real.
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This little guy... this is all real.
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Do you know, if they do the mastectomy, they usually do the reconstructive surgery right afterwards.
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Like... a boob job?
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Huh.
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Oh, God, you're never gonna be attracted to me again.
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I mean, you're always saying how much you hate the little fake boobs.
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Of course I said that! Every guy says that.
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What husband in his God-loving right mind
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would ever tell his wife he loves the perfectly perky round shape of her boobs?
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The combo of two variations of the MHC gene helps a couple's offspring fight off disease better
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and our pheromones basically tell mates which version of that gene we have.
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But even after you account for pheromones and symmetry and ratios, it's complicated.
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And people don't make rational decisions.
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So really, don't bother with those hair plugs or that boob job.
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It's complicated.
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And yet so awesome.
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Yeah, I think I kinda like it.
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Yeah.
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I think I might get a nose job after this.
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I said, "Oh, now, I don't have a uterus because I had cancer a few years ago.
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So does this mean that if I went to heaven, I would get my old uterus back?"
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And they said, "Sure."
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And I said, "I don't want it back, I'm happy without it."
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Gosh, what if you had a nose job and you liked it?
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Would God force you to get your old nose back?
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So, I don't think you've had a rhinoplasty.
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And in the way you're wearing your top, you've either had augmentation,
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or you're wearing a bra that's accentuating that.
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Boob job.
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You got a boob job.
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I got a boob job.
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Yeah, she got a boob job.