job-hopper

  • 1 job hopper — job hopping ˈjob ˌhopping noun [uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCES when someone changes their job very often: • Executive job hopping is very common in the US, but rare in Japan. job hopper noun [countable] * * * job hopper UK US noun [C] HR …

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  • 2 Job-Hopper — Job|hop|per, Job Hop|per [ d̮ʒɔphɔpɐ ], der; s, (Jargon): jmd., der häufig seine ↑ Stelle (4) wechselt [mit dem Ziel des Karrieremachens] …

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  • 3 Job-Hopper — Job Hopperm Mann,deroftseinenArbeitsplatzwechselt.Hoppen=hüpfen,springen.1965ff …

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  • 4 job-hopper — noun see job hopping …

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  • 5 job-hopper — See job hop. * * * …

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  • 6 job-hopper — noun see job hopping …

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  • 7 job-hopper — noun One who frequently changes jobs …

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  • 8 Job-Hopper — D✓Jọb|hop|per, Jọb Hop|per …

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  • 9 job-hop — job hopper, n. /job hop /, v.i., job hopped, job hopping. to change jobs frequently. [1950 55] * * * job hop «JOB HOP», intransitive verb, hopped, hop|ping. Informal. to go from job to job; change jobs frequently. –job´hop´per, noun …

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  • 10 job-hopping — ˈjob ˌhopping noun [uncountable] HUMAN RESOURCES when someone changes their job very often: • Executive job hopping is very common in the US, but rare in Japan. job hopper noun [countable] …

    Financial and business terms

  • 11 job-hop — job hopper, n. /job hop /, v.i., job hopped, job hopping. to change jobs frequently. [1950 55] * * * …

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  • 12 Job-Hopperin — Job|hop|pe|rin, Job Hop|pe|rin, die; , nen: w. Formen zu ↑ Jobhopper, Job Hopper …

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  • 13 job-hopping — ˈ ̷ ̷ ˌ ̷ ̷  ̷ ̷ noun ( s) : the practice of moving (as for immediate financial gain) from job to job • job hopper ˈ ̷ ̷ ˌ ̷ ̷  ̷ ̷ noun * * * jobˈ hopping noun Changing job frequently • • • Main Entry: ↑ …

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  • 14 job-hopping — noun Date: circa 1952 the practice of moving from job to job • job hopper noun …

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  • 15 Max Hopper — Max D. Hopper Born November 4, 1934(1934 11 04)[1] Lufkin, Texas Died January 25, 2010(2010 01 25) (aged 75) …

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  • 16 Theater Hopper — Infobox Webcomic title = Theater Hopper caption = author = Tom Brazelton url = http://www.TheaterHopper.com/ status = Monday, Wednesday, Friday began = August 5th, 2002 ended = genre = Movies ratings = Theater Hopper (or simply TH) is a webcomic… …

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  • 17 Kenneth Hopper — ( formally known as Robert D. Kenneth Hopper), a Scots engineer and now a US citizen, has made a lifelong study of different national manufacturing cultures. His studies of the origins of America’s factory management culture and its influence on… …

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  • 18 Deborah Hopper — Deborah Ann Hopper Awards 12th Annual Hollywood Film Festival Award Hollywood Costume Designer of the Year for Changeling, Gran Torino Deborah Ann Hopper is a costume designer who has collaborated with Clint Eastwood on 16 films over the last 20… …

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  • 19 in the hopper — mod. in process; in line to be processed. (A hopper is an in basket for incoming work.) □ It’s in the hopper. I’ll get to it. □ Your job is in the hopper, and your turn is next …

    Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • 20 Jobhopperin — Job|hop|pe|rin, Job Hop|pe|rin, die; , nen: w. Formen zu ↑ Jobhopper, Job Hopper. * * * Job|hop|pe|rin, die; , nen: w. Form zu ↑Jobhopper …

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