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aide an assistant, esp. one who provides assistance as a job. [1/2 definitions]
applicant one who applies for something such as a job, college admission, or financial aid.
aptitude test a test intended to measure the probable ability of an untrained person to perform well in a particular job or course of study.
assignment an assigned task, such as a job or lesson. [1/4 definitions]
behemoth a huge beast, perhaps a hippopotamus, mentioned in the Book of Job in the Old Testament. [1/2 definitions]
berth a job or position. [1/6 definitions]
bid to put out an offer to buy something at a certain price or to do a job for a certain price. [2/8 definitions]
billet1 a job or position. [1/6 definitions]
chambermaid a woman whose job is to clean and straighten hotel rooms or bedrooms.
construction the job or business of constructing, esp. buildings, roads, or other large structures. [1/4 definitions]
curriculum vitae a brief summary of one's professional history and qualifications, submitted with a job application; vita; résumé.
dismiss to fire or discharge from a job. [1/4 definitions]
dismissal a notice of discharge from a job. [1/2 definitions]
dogcatcher a public employee whose job is to round up strayed or homeless dogs and cats.
doorkeeper one whose job is to guard or tend the entrance to a building.
doorman one whose job is to tend the entrance of an apartment house, hotel, or other building, and to assist residents or guests.
drifter one who drifts, esp. from one job or home to another.
drudge someone who works at a boring, repetitious, physically demanding, or menial job. [2 definitions]
employment an occupation, esp. for wages or a salary; work; job. [1/3 definitions]
establish to put firmly into a situation or position, as into a job. [1/3 definitions]
estate agent (chiefly British) one whose job is to help clients buy, sell, lease, or manage real estate; real estate agent.