Another word for job
situation, post, position, appointment, office, work, occupation, employment, business, profession, trade, line, calling, field, vocation, career, craft, paying job, place, berth, pursuit, function, role, capacity, faculty, means of livelihood, mÃ©tier, gig*; see also business 1, profession 1, trade 2, work 2.
Something to be done
task, assignment, chore, stint, duty, responsibility, business, burden, action, act, mission, affair, concern, obligation, enterprise, undertaking, project, errand, care, matter, matter in hand, commission, function, charge, province, deed, office, tour of duty, operation, transaction, work, labor, toil, drudgery, grind, lookout*, scutwork*; see also duty 2.
The amount of work done
job, the common, comprehensive equivalent for any of the following terms, refers to any work done by agreement for pay; position may apply to any specific employment for salary or wages, but often connotes white-collar or professional employment; situation now usually refers to a position that is open or that is desired situation wanted as instructor; office refers to a position of authority or trust, esp. in government or a corporation; post implies a position or office that carries heavy responsibilities, esp. one to which a person is appointedodd jobs
miscellaneous duties, chores, occasional labor; see job 2.
Another word for jobnoun
Activity pursued as a livelihood:art, business, calling, career, craft, employment, line, mÃ©tier, occupation, profession, pursuit, trade, vocation, work. (Slang) racket. (Archaic) employ. See action
A post of employment:appointment, berth, billet, office, place, position, situation, slot, spot. (Slang) gig. See place
A piece of work that has been assigned:assignment, chore, duty, office, stint, task. See work
The proper activity of a person or thing:function, purpose, role, task. See do
A difficult or tedious undertaking:chore, effort, task. See heavy, work