1. a government office in a town where information about available jobs is displayed and where unemployment benefits are administered
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How To Use jobcentre In A Sentence

  • I spent all my time toing and froing from the jobcentre. Times, Sunday Times
  • I am glad I did it, but I am amazed now that when I speak to the people at the jobcentre, they aren't interested in unpaid experience – they only appear to be interested in looking at what I have been paid to do, so it is very frustrating. Young, unpaid and angry: interns go online to campaign for a wage
  • A fireman was shot as he tried to douse a blazing jobcentre and a police dog handler survived a bullet ricocheting inside his vehicle.
  • One pilot project is to be implemented in Jobcentre Plus offices. Times, Sunday Times
  • It's like finding, at the jobcentre, that there are unicorns still needing shoeing, in liquid silver. From toxic sewer to natural haven, the river Wear's return from the dead
  • He had been headhunted from Ealing council to be chief executive of Jobcentre Plus and have deputy secretary rank at the Department of Work and Pensions in 2009 – One of the most senior black and ethnic minority civil servants. Hugh Muir's diary
  • I think the idea is to combine jobcentres and benefit offices.
  • Staff at jobcentres have been ordered to take down Christmas decorations, which are also barred at Red Cross shops.
  • A Sudanese refugee I know, who arrived in the UK eight months ago, failed to answer one of his jobcentre adviser's questions correctly because of his lack of English and has now lost his only income. Letters: Harsh reality of targets and job search
  • Courses may also be advertised in local jobcentres and public libraries or on the display boards of local employment agencies.
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