a most satisfying job

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Aelli

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I have a sentence in my testbook: "Teaching reading is a ___ job."

With such options for the blank:

most satisfying
most satisfied
mostly satisfied
most satisfaction

I believe the first answer is fittest the best, but I don't understand why there's the article "a" before "most". I learned that we should always use the article "the" before "easiest", "most", "smartest", etc. Are there exceptions?
 
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