Definition of Jobbers

1. Noun. (plural of jobber) ¹



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Definition of Jobbers

1. jobber [n] - See also: jobber

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jobbers

job queue
job queues
job satisfaction
job scheduler
job schedulers
job shop
job title
jobation
jobations
jobbe
jobbed
jobber
jobberies
jobbernowl
jobbernowls
jobbers (current term)
jobbery
jobbies
jobbing
jobbing house
jobbing houses
jobbings
jobcentre
jobe
jobed
jobes
jobholder
jobholders
jobing

Literary usage of Jobbers

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1. Supreme Court Reporter by Robert Desty, United States Supreme Court, West Publishing Company (1921)
"It is further charged that the defendant furnished to the tire manufacturers and jobbers who entered into such contracts lists of uniform prices, ..."

2. Principles of Marketing by Fred Emerson Clark (1922)
"The increasing competition, moreover, of manufacturers with jobbers, and of each of these classes among themselves, has led to a further speeding up of ..."

3. Modern Salesmanagement: A Practical Handbook and Guide by Justus George Frederick (1919)
"Direct sales work upon the retail trade, even when goods are handled by jobbers, has been found necessary by manufacturers who enter a new market. ..."

4. Resale Price Maintenance by Claudius Temple Murchison (1919)
"Four general types of commodities are still for the most part entrusted to jobbers, namely: dry-goods, groceries, hardware and drugs. Moreover, jobbers are ..."

5. Purchasing by Charles Siesel Rindsfoos (1915)
"jobbers agencies.—In almost every line^f trade there are companies whose business it is to make purchases for jobbers, retailers and middlemen only. ..."

6. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1877)
"It is not true that there is no need of having jobbers in the book trade, as will be readily- conceded by any one who will give ihe subject a little ..."

7. Marketing Methods by Ralph Starr Butler (1917)
"On the other hand, among jobbers the use of private brands to a greater or less extent is almost a universal custom, and there are no evidences that it is ..."

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