Don't give up the day job - This idiom is used a way of telling something that they do something badly.
Hatchet job - A piece of criticism that destroys someone's reputation is a hatchet job.
Job's comforter - Someone who says they want to comfort, but actually discomforts people is a Job's comforter. (Job's is pronounced 'jobes', not 'jobs')
Jobs for the boys - Where people give jobs, contracts, etc, to their friends and associates, these are jobs for the boys.
Patience of Job - If something requires the patience of Job, it requires great patience.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Prov. E. job, gob, (n.), a small piece of wood, v., to stab, strike; cf. E. gob, gobbet,; perh. influenced by E. chop, to cut off, to mince. See Gob
The next job was in a brewery, where I labelled beer bottles.
"An Anarchist Woman" by Hutchins Hapgood
Why didn't you leave the job to someone who knew how?
"The Pagan Madonna" by Harold MacGrath
Still an' all, there wasn't nothin' he could do but go on holdin' down his job, which he done until the big bust along the end of October.
"Shoe-Bar Stratton" by Joseph Bushnell Ames
There was a limit to just how much a man could stand, even to hold a job at E Headquarters.
"Eight Keys to Eden" by Mark Irvin Clifton
You can give me a job.
"El Diablo" by Brayton Norton
Now and then you'd find a group of them in one corner discussing a rumor that so and so had lost his job.
"One Way Out" by William Carleton
You couldn't make a job of it; not to say a proper job.
"Somehow Good" by William de Morgan
You, Job Howland, keep the boy and the watch here on the beach.
"The Black Buccaneer" by Stephen W. Meader
I'll make it fifteen pounds if you do the job well.
"The Man Who Drove the Car" by Max Pemberton
No record job this time.
"Dave Porter and the Runaways" by Edward Stratemeyer
'Tain't much of a job to talk about,
But a ticklish thing to see,
And suth'in to do, if I say it, too,
For that second mate was me!"
"A Sailor's Yarn" by James Jeffrey Roche
Who bent his steps from Teman's gate
To comfort Job 's afflicted state;
And, at his griefs severely pain'd,
Silent sev'n days and nights remain'd ?
"Enigma XXXVII." by Elizabeth Hitchener
Little Emma, poor child, ov a neet
Does th' neighbours odd jobs nah and then,
An shoo runs hersen off ov her feet,
For a hawpny, they think for hersen.
"Lamentin' An Repentin'" by John Hartley
MRS. PRICE. Your man has moved your clothes there; 'tis a job
Not suited to my time of life. I've got
A mort o' twinges. What with the rheumatics
"The Wynnes Of Wynhavod. Act IV" by Emily Pfeiffer
And when the great World War began,
To volunteer John promptly ran;
And while he learned live bombs to lob,
James stayed at home and — sneaked his job.
"The Twins" by Robert W Service
Poor Lazarus endur'd more pungent woe,
And Job with heavier troubles was opprest,
(E'en Christ himself did greater undergo)
But they in endless bliss at present rest.
"Reasons To Persuade The Sick To Be Patient" by Rees Prichard
0Local officials are pushing jobs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics - also known as STEM careers - as jobs of the 21st century.
Companies added a net total of 67,000 new jobs last month and both July and June's private-sector job figures were upwardly revised, the Labor Department said Friday.
Job seekers line up to get job applications during a one-day hiring event at a McDonald's restaurant August 17, 2010 in Pleasanton, California.
A job seeker shakes hands with an employer at the Veterans On Wall Street job fair in New York.
Job seekers attend the Veterans Affairs Job Fair in Detroit.
In this Tuesday, Aug 21, 2012 file photo, job seekers waited in line at a construction job fair in New York.
A new US job report released on Friday showed employers added 171,000 jobs last month, but the trucking industry is one business that may not be feeling all the benefits of this possible uptick in the community.
The head of the largest trade union federation says President Obama will have to hammer home a message of 'jobs, jobs, and more jobs' to keep the support of white working-class men this election.
A job seeker uses his iPad to fill out job applications at more.
Alberta has the highest job vacancy rate in the country, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, and that is translating into close to 55,000 unfilled private sector jobs.
This past Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the latest national jobs report: 80,000 jobs were created in the past month, and the unemployment rate remains at 8.2.
A man charged with breaking into Steve Jobs' Palto Alto home and stealing $60,000 in Apple hardware and luxury goods — plus Jobs' wallet — has pleaded guilty and apologized to Jobs' widow.
Texas might have a job to fill very soon, and the Big 12 has its second offensive coordinator this week headed to his first head-coaching job.
The 2013 Sundance Film Festival will have plenty of comedies in competition, but the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic "jOBS" that will close out the event.
An analysis of the Census data shows that among tech jobs held by Asians across the Bay Area, 25.5 percent belonged to citizen Asians -- as the Census Bureau classifies them -- with non-citizen Asians holding 24.6 percent of the jobs.
The results for some examples like the N-queens problem, graph coloring and job-shop scheduling show that SLDNFA has a polynomial overhead compared to pure CLP-representations.
We do this job only for classical real Lie algebras.
Moore-Penrose inverse, parabolic subgroups, and Jordan pairs
The initialization stage is called by PYUPIN once in each job.
Integration of GRACE and PYTHIA
An adhoc mathematical deﬁnition would do the job.
Dynamics of the Subsets of Natural Numbers: A Nursery Rhyme of Chaos
In case a string library is linked this job is performed by Values::Calculate().
AMEGIC++ 1.0, A Matrix Element Generator In C++