: noun/JAM: for a Job Alert on Mobile
: verb / JAM: for sending/receiving a job-alert on a mobile phone ; also JAMMING for
applying online for a job from one’s mobile phone ( similar to Xeroxing for process of
photocopying ) eg : JAM kiya kya ? JAM kar diya !
: adjective / JAMMER ; eg : He is an ace jammer – one who is proficient in the process
of applying for jobs using his mobile phone.
One of these days, you will find OXFORD & WEBSTER dictionaries, describing JAM, as above, courtesy:
World-Wide-Jobs ( WWJ )
Dictionaries could have also described JAM as
“ A process of aggregating job-advts from jobsites around the World, matching these with job-preferences indicated by the jobseekers, short listing perfectly matched jobs, delivering as job-alert SMS on mobile phones, enabling candidates to apply online against any of these alerts by a single click on the mobile, then instantaneously emailing candidates’ resume to the concerned job-advertisers and providing on-screen acknowledgement.”
But OXFORD/WEBSTER are conservative, slow-moving organizations. They take their own sweet time to “recognize” a revolution when they see one, especially an e-revolution such as JAM.
Those who are on the verge of getting extinct themselves cannot be expected to “read the writing on the wall”.
World-Wide-Jobs is the “writing” on the wall, for those who can read!
And, Dear Friend, YOU are the one, who is writing!