View Poll Results: What's your objective?

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  • To get a job

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  • To obtain a position

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Thread: Position

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    Position

    IMO To obtain a position

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    Position? British?

    "Employment with your company"

    If you wish try drunk driving and the police will tell you "assume the position, hands on the car, spread 'em."

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    I'll take your word rather than actually trying drunk driving.

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