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1. The qualification should increase my earning capacity.
2. Jack has obtained a medical qualification.
3. Applicants should have an EFL qualification and a year's teaching experience.
4. The plan was approved without qualification.
5. This qualification is the equivalent of a degree.
6. Applicants must hold a recognized teaching qualification.
7. The term "population" as used here requires qualification.
8. I can recommend him without qualification.
9. The government conceded to their demands almost without qualification.
10. I welcome without qualification the Minister's proposal.
11. He held no formal qualification in law.
12. The qualification has gained currency all over the world.
13. He didn't have a qualification to his name.
14. The committee supported her proposal, without qualification.
15. She gained a qualification in marketing.
16. Following qualification, he worked as a social worker.
17. The job usually has a three-year qualification period.
18. Previous teaching experience is a necessary qualification for this job.
19. Most students here are studying for a qualification at diploma level.
20. Applicants should have a degree or a qualification of equal status.Sentencedict.com
21. Another qualification would give me a big advantage at job interviews.
22. Upon qualification, you can expect to find work abroad fairly easily.
23. Some nursing experience is a necessary qualification for this job.
24. The process of training and qualification does not automatically guarantee you a job.
25. The preparatory certificate is the minimum qualification required to teach English in most language schools.
26. The ability to impart knowledge and command respect is the essential qualification for teachers.
27. Nurses in training should be given a guarantee of employment following qualification.
28. Last year, one in five boys left school without a qualification.
29. Applicants should have a first degree and a teaching qualification.
30. Diploma holders have a far better chance of employment than those with no qualification.
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