job stacking

job stacking

[′jäb ‚stak·iŋ]
(computer science)
The presentation of jobs to a computer system, each job followed by another.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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They are better getting a job stacking shelves on the ever rising minimum wage with no stress or responsibility.
The cash-strapped couple lived off dry toast for three days after Jaedyn was signed off sick from his job stacking shelves at ASDA with General Anxiety Disorder,Birmingham Live reports.
"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.
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.
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.