- 1North American A wholesaler.More example sentences
- He has written for several years about the ways in which jobbers and middle-men ruthlessly exploit migrant labour in the informal sector.
- As a result, shippers, fruit jobbers, and retailers were primarily concerned about fruit weights, perishability, and aesthetic qualities, including color, flavor, and texture.
- Automated replenishment of parts offered by jobbers is utilized by 61 percent of repair shops; 25 percent work with WDs.
- 2A person who does casual or occasional work.More example sentences
- Senators dismissed tariff opponents as a collection of ‘dealers, commission merchants, and jobbers.’
- The taxi drivers want the Government to prioritise the number of double jobbers, reductions in incomes and increases in insurance costs.
- A pool of silver-haired jobbers would, he said, help to dampen the rise in the value of quotations because of demand outstripping supply.
- 3 • historical (In the UK) a principal or wholesaler who dealt only on the Stock Exchange with brokers, not directly with the public.More example sentences
- Brokers made a commission charged to their principals; jobbers made a ‘turn’ on the bid-ask spread always intending to buy low and sell high.
- Transaction tax will finish day traders, jobbers and arbitragers, and cripple the share markets.
- The decision was taken at a meeting of over 1000 day traders, arbitragers and jobbers here today.
late 17th century (in the sense 'broker, middleman', originally not derogatory): from job1.
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