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    get the job according to his education quantification

    A: Is he getting a job there? What kind of job is that?

    B: He will get the job according to his education quantification.

    Is the sentence in bold correct to mean "What kind of job he gets depends on his education qualification"?

    What about this one? He gets the job in accordance with his education qualification.

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    Re: get the job according to his education quantification

    Quote Originally Posted by david11 View Post
    A: Is he getting a job there? What kind of job is that?

    B: He will get the job according to his education quantification.

    Is the sentence in bold correct to mean "What kind of job he gets depends on his education qualification"?

    What about this one? He gets the job in accordance with his education qualification.
    "The job he gets will depend upon his qualifications."
    "They'll give him a job that's suitable for his qualifications."

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