A piece of chance or occasional work; any definite work undertaken in gross for a fixed price; as, he did the job for a thousand dollars.
A public transaction done for private profit; something performed ostensibly as a part of official duty, but really for private gain; a corrupt official business.
A situation or opportunity of work; as, he lost his job.
Using a program with particular inputs. e.g. submitting a job.
A specific run, batch, lot or other discrete group of production with an identifiable beginning and end, and to which material usage and labor charges can be meaningfully assigned.
A specified amount of processing performed as a unit by a computer. The term dates from the introduction of mainframe computers, when data was submitted in batches, often on punched cards, for processing by different programs; work was therefore scheduled and carried out in separate operations, or jobs.
In Enstore terminology, a job is what a user submits to encp. See request for comparison.
The hero of the book of that name in the Old Testament; the prototypical patient man.
An oriental chieftain from the country of Uz who is the main protagonist in a dramatic poem about the suffering of the innocent, composed sometime between the seventh and fifth centuries BCE
A righteous man who had his family and all of his possessions destroyed by God just for His amusement. Despite the obvious evidence to the contrary, Job persisted in his belief that "God is good". A popular brand of rolling papers.
Biblical figure who has come to symbolize suffering.
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A continuous chain of programs, using control commands. None
a repricing process
a process or group of processes executed with a command, e.g., a print job, which is the process of sending and printing a file.
(Backup and Recovery Concepts; search in this book) [definition #2] (Intelligent Agent User's Guide; search in this book) [definition #3] (Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide; search in this book)
Also called a Script, it directs the backup unit on what files it should back up, how to back up (configuration) and where to back the data to (location).
A Bacula Job is a configuration resource that defines the work that Bacula must perform to backup or restore a particular Client. It consists of the Type (backup, restore, verify, etc), the Level (full, incremental,...), the FileSet, and Storage the files are to be backed up (Storage device, Media Pool). For more details, see the Job Resource definition in the Director chapter of this document.
1. What evolutionist scientists would not have if they admitted evolution was wrong. 2. A book in the Bible that mentions dinosaurs. [See Behemoth, Leviathan.
In order to utilize compute resources, a user must schedule a job. Jobs may be used to launch Web mining processes across compute nodes, reserve compute nodes for development time, or execute other applications requiring significant resources. Every job has a unique name and is associated with a resource reservation and framework. The Portal allows users to manage and monitor jobs. See the topic, Jobs, for more details.
(computer science) a program application that may consist of several steps but is a single logical unit
Systems Management Server object that handles distribution of packages to client computers. You configure jobs in the Jobs window in Systems Management Server versions 1.2 and 2.0.
A complete set of programs to be executed in sequence on a computer.
A job exists when there is a definite arrangement for regular work every week, or every month, for pay or other compensations (e.g., profits; anticipated profits; or pay "in kind" such as meals, living quarters, or supplies received in lieu of cash from someone other than a family member). A formal, definite arrangement with one or more employers to work on a continuing basis for a specified number of hours per week or days per month, but on an irregular schedule during the week or month, is also a job. Generally speaking, any job that is usually 35 hours or more per week is considered full-time. In some occupations, usual weekly schedules of less than 35 hours per week are considered to be full-time (for example, air traffic controllers).
Employment, a hit or punch.
A specific employment engagement
The Australian Bureau of Statistics defines job as: Any employment, full-time or part-time, lasting two weeks or more. Source: ABS cat.no.6220.0, Persons not in the labour force, September 1998, p.42.
n. a staged loss. A clean job is a staged loss by legal pinfall or submission without resort to illegalities. v.i. To do a job. Sometimes combined with a descriptive adjective (stretcher job, rope job, tights job.)
A staged loss. A clean job is a staged loss by legal pin fall or submission without resort to illegalities.
Action: A concerted activity by employees designed to put pressure on the employer without resorting to a strike. Examples include: wearing T-shirts, buttons, or hats with union slogans, holding parking lot meetings, collective refusal of voluntary overtime, reporting to work in a group, petition signing, jamming phone lines, etc.
A planned loss.
A sudden thrust or stab; a jab.
To strike or stab with a pointed instrument.
To thrust in, as a pointed instrument.
(job)...(n.)...something that most locals need at least three of to survive in Maui
the responsibility to do something; "it is their job to print the truth"
This one might seem obvious, but it is worthwhile remembering that a job is usually something for which you are already trained. An internship is an opportunity to get training in a particular career field. Also, you are always paid for a job.
1. NYPD shorthand for the NYPD. "On the Job" means that the person being spoken of is a police officer. 2. An assignment that requires a RMP or a detective to respond to a complaintant or report of a crime in progress or a past crime.
a crime (especially a robbery); "the gang pulled off a bank job in St. Louis"
any police officer is said to be 'in the job'
A position occupied or role performed by an employee in a company. An employee can be assigned to more than one job. A job can have a set of competencies and/or skills assigned to it.
Association of a person with a position, assignment of appropriate actions and compensation information. Similar to our current PAF appointments.
Activities performed on a regular basis in exchange for payment. A single position at one company.