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intr.v. job-hunt·ed, job-hunt·ing, job-hunts
To look actively for suitable employment.

job hunter n.
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to seek employment; look for a job.
job′-hunt`er, n.
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DUBAI -- The six month job-seeker visa is applicable for those residents who have left their employment.
I recently shared with readers the perspective of a long-term job-seeker who had engaged in the job search process, and the employment success she eventually found.
SCOTLAND is the toughest place in Britain to be a job-seeker.
Soon I will complete six years without work, and I take advantage of my time by doing handicrafts materials and selling it to our relatives." Shehab Al Mamari, another job-seeker who graduated in 2015, said: " As my bachelor degree was in social science we do not have fair opportunities in private sector and government sector was full of employees." He added: "There should be a comprehensive evaluation of education policies at all levels, considering the academic programmes and their suitability to the labour market needs.
Certainly this software is responsible for significant job-seeker frustration amid a workforce poorly educated in how to properly prepare their resumes to succeed when submitted via these systems.
The toughest place to looki for work was North Ayrshire, where an average of 5526 people a month claimed job-seeker benefits between last July and December.
The ministry makes sure that any company contacted by a job-seeker should explain all the job contract points, including the salary.
Kettle Falls, WA, October 10, 2012 --( A job-seeker's reputation has always played an important role in job-hunting, but never as much as in today's job market.
Khalid bin Juma Al Rahbi, a job-seeker who has been appointed at Al Naba' Services, expressed his readiness to work and praised the initiative taken by the Ministry to ensure direct employment for them.
Manama, May 1 4 (BNA): The Legislation and Legal Opinion Commission (LLOC) will train a batch of 15 law graduate job-seekers for two years.
by ONAThe ministry's statistics showed that some 5,368 citizens have been appointed out of the total number of job-seekers called for interviews and tests during the month of April.