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job stability

noun [U]
 
 
HR
the fact of an employee, or a group of employees, being able to keep the same job for a long time: There are certain industries that still offer long-term job stability. →  Compare job security
the fact of an employee not changing jobs often: The loan requires job stability on the part of the applicant.
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