This question has answers that may be good or bad; the system has marked it active so that they can be reviewed. When starting dat new job, Start with a date contract or verbal agreement often cite "start date", the date that you start the job. Starting date makes sense but it sounds a bit wrong.
Most American English speakers thereby will find Start with a date date" more natural and idiomatic, while a British English speaker will likely use both terms or lean toward "starting date. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Which is correct: My start date will be or My starting date will be I mean to inform a company when I will be starting new job.
Iwth Kal 8, 6 30 Igor Igor 16 1 2. I would say Start Date: Here is a Google Ngram graph comparing the two phrases in English in genenral.
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