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***at/in/on a job*** how's each combo used? "at a job" "in a job" "on a job" What are the differences?
Feb 7, 2011 8:55 AM
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I'm on the job right now = I'm doing it now I'm on a job right now = I'm doing something right now I'm at a/the job = I'm on a/the job I'm in a job = I'm temporarily employed This is used mostly by contract workers, who move from contract to contract. When they are not working they say: "I'm out of a job right now".
February 7, 2011
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