abundant /əˈbʌndənt/
(adj) more than engouh
Example: The computer analyst was glad to have chosen a field in which jobs were abundant

accomplishment /əˈkʌmplɪʃmənt/
(n) an impressive thing that is done or achieved after a lot of work
Example: The success of the company was based on its early accomplishments

bring together
bring together
(v) to join, to gather
Example: Our goal this year is to bring together the most creative group we can find

candidate /ˈkændɪdət/
(n) a person who is trying to be elected or is applying for a job
Example: The recruiter will interview all candidates for the position

come up with
come up with
(v) to plan, to invent
Example: In order for that small business to succeed, it needs to come up with a new strategy

commensurate /kəˈmenʃərət/
(adj) matching something in size, importance, quality
Example: Generally the first year's salary is commensurate with experience and education level

match /mætʃ/
(n) a fit, a similarity
Example: It is difficult to make a decision when both candidates seem to be a perfect match

profile /ˈprəʊfaɪl/
(n) a group of characteristics or traits
Example: The recruiter told him that, unfortunately, he did not fit the job profile

qualification /ˌkwɒlɪfɪˈkeɪʃn/
(n) a skill or type of experience that you need for a particular job or activity
Example: The applicant had so many qualifications that the company created a new position for her

recruit /rɪˈkruːt/
(v, n) They recruited several new members to the club
Example: The new recruits spent the entire day in training

submit /səbˈmɪt/
(v) to present for consideration
Example: Submit your résumé to the human resources department

time-consuming /ˈtaɪm kənsjuːmɪŋ/
(adj) take up a lot of time
Example: Five interviews later, Ms. Lopez had the job, but it was the most time-consuming process she had ever gone through