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Warren's female employees are victims of sexual harassment. If people outside his company ever find out about Warren's record of sexual harassment, he'll never be able to get another job. Good!
I'd like to know the exact meaning of job in the last sentence. Here's what I thought. I don't think it means a position in general sense in this context. Since he is an employer a job here seems to mean a person who want to be employed or who he want to employ. He cannot be a person who want to be employed. But my problem is I cannot find that specific meaning in a few dictionaries I have checked.