Definitions for "Journeyman"
Formerly, a man hired to work by the day; now, commonly, one who has finished an apprenticeship and is a competent worker in a handicraft or trade, but has not received recognition as a master; -- distinguished from apprentice and from master workman.
A competent and experienced worker who performs adequately but without a high level of expertise or imagination.
Worker, who has already served his apprenticeship to work in a trade such as plumbing or carpentry, but who is not yet a supervisor.
A type of individual that lacks natural talents, but makes up plenty with tremendous efforts and heart. For example, the great tennis journeyman, Brad Gilbert. He wrote a famous and instructive book called, "Winning Ugly."
A journeyman is a term used to describe a football player who has played for many clubs during his career. Whilst most players change clubs at least once in their careers, Journeymen are rarely at one club for an extended period, and some seemingly change club every year.
Keywords:  clapton, musician, album, eric, blues
Journeyman is an album by blues/rock musician Eric Clapton, released in 1989.
a single, twenty-something, recent college graduate who commits to do a two year international cross-cultural mission term