Crossword clues for jobs
n. (plural of job English)
JOBS may refer to:
- Job Opportunities and Basic Skills Training program, a welfare-to-work program created by the Family Support Act of 1988
- Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (2012), known as the JOBS Act
- Jobs (film), a biographical film based on the life of Steve Jobs
Jobs is a 2013 American biographical film inspired by the life of Steve Jobs, from 1974 while a student at Reed College to the introduction of the iPod in 2001. It is directed by Joshua Michael Stern, written by Matt Whiteley, and produced by Stern and Mark Hulme. Steve Jobs is portrayed by Ashton Kutcher, with Josh Gad as Apple Computer's (now Apple Inc.) co-founder Steve Wozniak. Jobs was chosen to close the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.
Usage examples of "jobs".
Now the intelligent face, the distracted, slightly bulging brown eyes that gave Jobs the look of a person surprised in the middle of doing something else, the mess of blond hair were clearly visible.
A well-formed tree, a sunset, a suddenly revealed panorama, they could freeze Jobs in midword, make him forget what he was doing, leave him staring, silent, oblivious to anything else.
But the Riders were concentrating their force dead ahead, just beyond where Jobs crouched.
Back home, back in the world, Jobs would have crossed the street to steer clear of him.
She passed close by Yago, and only he and Jobs could see the look of triumph in her eye.
Once the baby was inside, Violet and Jobs each grabbed a side of the cut.
The Rider easily sidestepped him and Jobs barreled, unstoppable, off the side of the Blimp.
The Rider had one hand extended toward Jobs, and the board was veering swiftly back toward him.
The hoverboard carried Jobs swiftly to the waiting spear of its owner.
They swam on and Jobs contemplated this fact as well as he could while dragging a nearly useless, shivering, chattering, fear-babbling Anamull along with him.
It was obvious to Jobs that it was going to be terribly difficult to get everyone up to the relative safety of the platform.
By the time he was hauled aboard the platform, Jobs felt more dead than alive.
Jobs, and in anything physically challenging Jobs did the same in reverse.
It was a logic problem and one of the most beautiful creations Jobs had ever beheld.
She returned her attention to the strange battle ahead, secretly relieved to have Jobs to blame for any mishaps with navigation.