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new job

This page is about the collocation new job

collocation pattern: adjective + noun

Meaning

a different job or a job you've found recently

For example

  • When will you be starting your new job?

  • I was sick of my old job, so it was time I started looking for a new one.

Note:
Similar collocations include "new position" and "new post", and a related collocation with the opposite meaning is "old job".

Quick Quiz

If you've got a new job, you've got a job

a. you haven't had before

b. no-one's had before

c. in a new company

Contributor: Matt Errey