Definition of Jobholder

1. Noun. An employee who holds a regular job.

Specialized synonyms: Earner, Wage Earner
Generic synonyms: Employee, Holder



Definition of Jobholder

1. Noun. (American English) Someone who is employed in a regular job ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Jobholder

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jobholder

jobberies
jobbernowl
jobbernowls
jobbers
jobbery
jobbies
jobbing
jobbing house
jobbing houses
jobbings
jobcentre
jobe
jobed
jobes
jobholder (current term)
jobholders
jobing
jobless
joblessness
joblessnesses
joblike
jobmaker
jobmakers
jobname
jobnames
jobs
jobs for the boys
jobsearch
jobseeker

Literary usage of Jobholder

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Urban Change and Poverty by Michael G. H. McGeary, Laurence E. Lynn (1988)
"New York City, for instance, lost more than half a million jobs between 1970-1985 in those industries in which mean jobholder educational levels in 1982 ..."

2. OECD Economics Glossary: English-French = Glossaire de L'économie de L'OCDE by Oecd (2006)
"... une seule opération] [COM] jobbing travail à forfait (à façon) [CES] jobholder titulaire d'un emploi [EMO] dual jobholder qui exerce une double activité ..."

3. The Digital Work Force: Building Infotech Skills at the Speed of Innovation by Carol A. Meares (2000)
"Weakness: Secondhand collection of information; results might vary if each jobholder in the household identified his/her own occupation. ..."

4. Measuring the Non-Observed Economy: A Handbook by Int. Labour Office With, OECD Staff, Adriaan M. Bloem, International Monetary Fund, Statistical Committee, Commonwealth of Independent States, Bureau of Statistics, International Labour Organisation, Statistics Directorate (2002)
"Hours worked may have to be imputed from employment status and knowledge of whether the person was permanent, part-time or seasonal, or a multiple jobholder ..."

5. The City: Urban Communities and Their Problems by Alan S. Berger (1978)
"But generally patronage simply locked the jobholder into a particular class location. The city employee was no less affected by the pervasiveness of a class ..."

6. The Music Supervisor: His Training, Influence and Opportunity by Thomas Tapper (1906)
"The man or woman who is afraid of the detail of work is not a worker, but a jobholder. Hence, it becomes desirable that we aim for more and more individual ..."

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