officenoun

  • ja会社、事務所、オフィス
  • ena place where people work

Examples

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Team inventing is my favorite thing,
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so I tap dance into the office.
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I love Amazon. I have so much fun there.
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I love Blue Origin. I love The Washington Post.
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But Amazon is my full-time job.
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Let me show you what I mean.
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Your new office.
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Look, you work within the Mr. Wonderful organization.
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I don't care when you come into the office.
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I don't care where you are.
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I don't care what you do.
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I just want you to get the tasks done that we agreed you're going to do,
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and how you get it done is your business.
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That's my desk.
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Not anymore.
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It's my desk now.
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My computer, my office furniture.
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My office.
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Hello, I'm Captain Raymond Holt.
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And I can assure you, this is not a fun office.
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Thank goodness.
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I mean, this is the LinuxWorld headquarters.
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Yeah.
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It really doesn't look like much.
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And I have to say, the most interesting part in this picture that people mostly react to is the walking desk.
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It is the most interesting part in my office.
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And I'm not actually using it anymore.
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Under no circumstance should a man strip off his clothes in this office.
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Shut up, Angela!
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So somebody who has cried in a Goldman Sachs interview has gotten the job?
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Oh, yeah.
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Oh, really?
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Yeah, and people who have come in my office and cried have gotten promotions.
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It's important to know that most resumes certainly will be read as a first time.
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If they're read at all, they'll be opened most likely on a mobile device.
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So the layout is really important.
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And if you're writing to an HR leader, human resources leader,
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maybe they'll be reading it in their office, but they'll be transmitted electronically.