McJob

McJob

[muhk-job]
noun
an unstimulating, low-wage job with few benefits, especially in a service industry.

Origin:
1991, Americanism; coined by Douglas Coupland (born 1961) in the novel Generation X

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McJob (məkˈdʒɒb)
 
n
informal a job that is poorly paid and menial
 
[C20: a humorous corruption of McDonald's, a major American fast-food enterprise]

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