This paper presented analysis of a single jet observed in an equatorial coronal hole.
This jet shows both a collimated outflow and a more broad, diffuse area of emission that gets expelled from the bright point. In the Moore et al. (2010) notation it is thus both a standard jet and a blowout jet.
This is not a coronal hole jet, instead it occurs in an apparently open field region near a large AR.
A193, A304 movies [link to ApJ]
It's clear that this bright point has a filament prior to the jet, and the filament is ejected. A bubble-like CME is also associated with this event (seen with STEREO).