A job title refers to the official name for the job, whereas the job description dives deeper into the details of the job. For example, "Store Manager" might be the job title, and "Manages dealings with employees and employers in the store" might be the job description.
The terms "position" and "job title" mean the same thing on the surface, although there can be a subtle difference. While "job title" refers to the name of your job only, while "position" can also address the responsibilities that fall under your job title.
Yes, a specific job title is a proper noun. A job title is a common noun until it is used for a specific job. For example: We need to hire two additional supervisors. You will have to see Ms. Brown, the Personnel Supervisor.
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