job stacking

job stacking

[′jäb ‚stak·iŋ]
(computer science)
The presentation of jobs to a computer system, each job followed by another.
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A stereotype that was only fuelled when I dropped out of university and got myself a job stacking shelves at a supermarket.
And although I got a job stacking shelves at Tesco I always had an appetite for books.
In today's competitive economy, where people are astonishingly earning degrees simply to secure a job stacking shelves or waiting tables, students are being sold that dream by our trusted educational institutions.
Actor Geoffrey, now 71, who had previously appeared in Z Cars, took a job stacking shelves at Sainsbury's before becoming a taxi driver.
My husband, skilled in his field, talented and quick to learn other skills, couldn't even get a job stacking shelves so it was a case of me having to continue to work.
A holiday job stacking straw bales during the harvest in the baking summer of 1976.
There were times in the middle of summer when I questioned everything we believed in and was, at times, tempted to get a job stacking supermarket shelves - anything that didn't involve anxiety and sleeplessness.
AFTER a recent interview with a large supermarket, I found out I was unsuccessful for a job stacking shelves.
A SHE'S half right - Geoffrey Hayes took a job stacking shelves in Sainsbury's in 1995 but left several years later to become a taxi driver, which he still is.
This fresh-faced teenager may look like he should have a Saturday job stacking shelves.
The best he can hope for is to get a job stacking shelves in the local supermarket.