Which is more correct? There are a ton of jobs on the company's website...OR...There is a ton of jobs on the company's website? Thanks!
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I'm pretty sure it's "There are a ton of jobs." See, since "jobs" is a plural of "job", you use "are".
Examples: He (singular) is getting a job VS. We (two or more people) are getting jobs.
The elephant (singular) is taking a bath VS. The elephants (plural) are taking baths.
Make sense? B)