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applicant

(Candidate), noun aspirant, bidder, candiiate under consideration, entrant, inquirer

applicant

(Petitioner), noun claimant, moveant, party, petitioner, solicitant
See also: candidate, claimant, contender, petitioner, prospect, suitor
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But the job with the most applicants per individual role advertised was a cleaning position, which is a grade three job.
Monthly active job applicants is the sum of undecided job applicants carried over from the previous month and new job applicants for that month.
The HEC has created a new portal which the applicants will use for online registration and creation of account, said a news release on Saturday.
Tenders are invited for Applicant Tracking Software System
Pemra has revised the eligibility criteria for the applicants, which has already disqualified some of the earlier accepted applicants.
The number of applicants in Bulgaria increased from 7 145 in 2013 to 11 080 in 2014, according to the statistical office of the European Union.
While Afghanistan (8% of the total number of applicants) remained the main country of citizenship of these applicants in 2012, Syria (7%) ranked second just ahead of Russia (7%), Pakistan (6%) and Serbia (6%).
Lower rent-to-income ratios suggest that applicants can afford higher rents in many markets," says Jay Harris, Senior Director of Business Development for CoreLogic SafeRent.
life insurers received far more requests for individual coverage from older applicants in August and fewer from young applicants.
It was the fourth consecutive year in which the number of applicants was on the rise, after a 6-year decline.
I cannot find anything in no-fault law or in the opinions of General Counsel which forbid no-fault benefits to applicants who are NYS residents, who are injured by motor vehicle accidents in NYS, but who do not possess a Social Security number.
Particularly in Japan, where a large majority of applicants are company-sponsored, candidates often face enormous pressure from their companies to get into a top-tiered MBA program.