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job market

noun
1.
the total number of vacant jobs open to those seeking employment.
2.
the aggregate of those persons seeking employment:
Thousands of June graduates entered the job market.
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Examples for job market
  • job market:Bartending and ski instructing pay the bills.
  • In practice, that ideal runs into the realities of the scientific job market.
  • So he eventually threw up his hands and unleashed his driver on the job market.
  • The job market and business landscape for highly trained but rinse-and-repeat jobs is shrinking.
  • University graduates simply lack the basic and professional skills needed by the current job market.
  • Surely they can't ridicule you for education that is geared to a non-existing job market.
  • Lots of good technical or engineering jobs available even in today's job market.
  • But the job market is ruthless, and not everyone ends up as well positioned as they might have hoped.
  • Unfortunately the same problems arise in the regular job market.
  • Given the weak job market, it makes sense that the attacks have focussed on layoffs.

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