Obama has tapped Alan Krueger to be his top economic adviser, a thankless job that quickly exhausted two predecessors.
After the war, both men devoted themselves to their fellow soldiers in a time of thankless transition.
Murmelstein was stuck with a thankless and impossible job, caught between the hammer and the anvil, as he tells us.
Hosting the show really is the most thankless—and one of the most trying—jobs in showbiz, but DeGeneres did a helluva job.
But it serves no one to perpetuate the idea that parenting is supposed to be an agonizing and thankless slog.
His heart swells, and he longs to embrace the thankless Church to which he writes.
I love them dearly; no people could ever be kinder to a thankless creature than they always are to me.
You can become an actor probably if you work for some years, but why toil at this thankless task?
The middle course is the most difficult one to take and the most thankless.
Explaining the fascination of anything seems to be a thankless kind of task, and in any case to be a work of supererogation.