This perhaps is the first dictionary in the world dedicated to benefit candidates searching for job placements. It goes straight into the mind of a job seeker and provides answer to 'specific job-related terms' connected with the selection process. The knowledge gained will come handy at the time of searching for a suitable job online, in newspapers, while making application or at the time of interview. Terms covered are from popular fields such as marketing, accounting, business, finance, information technology, management, banking, law, human resources, economics and career. This dictionary explains corporate-related terms that all job seekers should know. Terms have been arranged in alphabetical order to make searching easy and convenient. You'll invariably come across these terms while searching for a job or during the interview. It will be of immensely help at the time of writing your exit interview. What does the term career objective signify? What is an aptitude test? What do employers mean by relevant experience? How do you define customer satisfaction? What's the difference between an assistant manager and an assistant to the manager? How do you explain the term product life cycle? And so on… The knowledge contained in this dictionary can turn the outcome of an interview into “yes” or “no”. The choice is yours!