on the job

ADJECTIVE
  1. actively engaged in paid work
    a working mother
    robots can be on the job day and night
    the ratio of working men to unemployed
    the working population
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How To Use on the job In A Sentence

  • That fellow was fired because he had loafed on the job.
  • It’s a lousy first day on the job for dental assistant Nina Blackman when a patient, loopy from the anesthesia, bites her. “Accidentally Dead” by Dakota Cassidy
  • If any employee is sinking on the job, you need to respond in a businesslike way.
  • Then there's another police chief, suspicious of the veteran cop's dubious tactics on the job.
  • For my first day on the job I bought a navy blue sweater with a big duck on the front.
  • Everybody knew Cutler was still learning on the job hey paisan, fuhgetaboutit. Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local
  • Many of these workers are undocumented immigrants who have little recourse to legal action if they are injured on the job.
  • What have you achieved to better yourself as a professional, rather than just spend more time on the job?
  • With few exceptions, having taken a toke the night before has not one iota of impact on the job people do.
  • Mercury received word from Intel last week that the engineering firm is wanted on the job immediately.
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