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    in pursuit of work

    He left his home in pursuit of work.

    I don't quite understand what 'in pursuit of work' means here. Does it mean 'in order to achieve something in his career' or simply 'in order to find a job'?

    Thanks!

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    Re: in pursuit of work

    Quote Originally Posted by lauraguan View Post
    He left his home in pursuit of work.

    I don't quite understand what 'in pursuit of work' means here. Does it mean 'in order to achieve something in his career' or simply 'in order to find a job'?

    Thanks!
    It means "in order to find a job".

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