jobs

Jobs vs Career - What's the difference?

jobs | career |


As a proper noun jobs

is .

As a noun career is

one's calling in life; a person's occupation; one's profession.

As a verb career is

to move rapidly straight ahead, especially in an uncontrolled way.

Steve vs Jobs - What's the difference?

steve | jobs |


As a verb steve

is to pack or stow, as cargo in a ship's hold.

As a proper noun jobs is

.

Posts vs Jobs - What's the difference?

posts | jobs |


As a noun posts

is .

As a verb posts

is (post).

As a proper noun jobs is

.

Jobs vs Vacancies - What's the difference?

jobs | vacancies |


As a proper noun jobs

is .

As a noun vacancies is

.

Batches vs Jobs - What's the difference?

batches | jobs |


As a noun batches

is .

As a verb batches

is (batch).

As a proper noun jobs is

.

Livelihood vs Jobs - What's the difference?

livelihood | jobs |


As a noun livelihood

is (obsolete) the course of someone's life; a person's lifetime, or their manner of living; conduct, behaviour.

As a proper noun jobs is

.

Jobs vs Tasks - What's the difference?

jobs | tasks |


As a proper noun jobs

is .

As a noun tasks is

.

As a verb tasks is

(task).

Jobs vs Workspace - What's the difference?

jobs | workspace |


As a proper noun jobs

is .

As a noun workspace is

an area allocated for someone to work in, especially in an office.

Jobs vs Vendor - What's the difference?

jobs | vendor |


As a proper noun jobs

is .

As a noun vendor is

a person or a company that vends or sells.

Jenkins vs Jobs - What's the difference?

jenkins | jobs |


As proper nouns the difference between jenkins and jobs

is that jenkins is derived from the given name jenkin; common in england and wales while jobs is .

As a noun jenkins

is (derogatory|dated|colloquial) a flatterer or sycophant.

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