Definition of job offer in US English:

job offer


  • An offer of employment.

    ‘he turned down several job offers’
    • ‘The company made its job offer after giving Richardson high marks in the second internship.’
    • ‘He accepted a job offer at Harvard, and suggested that Jim follow him to complete his college education there.’
    • ‘Isabella's culinary aptitude has earned her job offers in the town and beyond.’
    • ‘With extensive expertise, he quickly drummed up several job offers.’
    • ‘She sent out resume and cover letters, received two job offers and is happily pursuing one of them.’
    • ‘He says he's had no shortage of job offers, but may instead work with charitable enterprises.’
    • ‘Although a degree won't guarantee a job offer, it will help.’
    • ‘She jumped at a job offer from the National Basketball Association to mold the league's international product marketing.’
    • ‘From August through the end of November, my posting didn't attract any job offers.’
    • ‘I went to the recruitment meetings held by the various firms on campus and came away with several job offers.’