on-the-job

[on-thuh-job, awn-]
adjective
done, received, or happening while in actual performance of one's work: on-the-job training.

Origin:
1935–40

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Example sentences
These are supposed to involve a year's training and then two years' on-the-job experience.
Know if you'd be willing to provide on-the-job training for a candidate with the right personality and less experience.
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