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転職, てんしょく

  • tenshoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi), noun or participle which takes the aux. verb suru

  • change of occupation

Examples of 転職,てんしょく in a Sentence

His income has been reduced after he changed his job.
Today, more and more people are changing jobs in order to get a better salary and higher social status.
I've changed my job.
Job hopping was not so common in Japan as in America.
I quit my job and moved so I could start off with a clean slate.
Each person has different views with regard to changing jobs.
Next time I switch jobs, I need work that will let me make use of the experience I've gained up to now.
He's a really straight-laced guy, so he doesn't like the idea of his son changing jobs.
She was ready to jump ship.
I discussed it with my father and decided to change my job.

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