jobholder jobholder


  • (n) an employee who holds a regular job


  1. Franz von Papen, sly oldtime German diplomat, World War I spy, and jobholder under Hitler from 1933 down to the end.
  2. To be separated from his job is a Government jobholder's most terrible nightmare.
  3. Senator Kenneth Douglas McKellar, for 23 years a Democratic jobholder from Tennessee.


  • My First Job: Richard Bothe

    My First Job is a feature that highlights people's first - or wackiest - job and what they learned from the experience. Please limit responses to 100 words or less. Responses may be edited for style, content or length. A photo of the jobholder accompanies the feature.
    on June 16, 2013     Source: The Victoria Advocate

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