troubleshooting Question

MS-SQL join queries based on common (not exact) results

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Microsoft SQL Server
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Query1 returns names and skills, Query2 returns jobs and required skills

Name1      skill1      
Name2      skill1
Name2      skill2
Name3      skill2

Job1      skill1
Job2      skill1
Job2      skill2
Job3      skill2

The desired final result would be a list of names and the jobs
Name1      Job1
Name2      Job1
Name2      Job2
Name2      Job3
Name3      Job3
Dale Burrell

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