key job

key job

[′kē ‚jäb]
(industrial engineering)
A job that has been evaluated and is considered representative of similar jobs in the same labor market and is used as a benchmark to evaluate the similar jobs and to establish non-key-job wages.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It is therefore all the more astonishing this gap exists in one of the State's key job creation and investment agencies."
The Sunday Times yesterday reported the former finance director of fashion chain New Look is among a handful of candidates competing for a key job at Debenhams.
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A key job for him will be to inject confidence into the banking arm after the collapse of a deal to buy more than 600 Lloyds banking branches and a recent downgrade to junk status by ratings agency Moody's.
ED Miliband gave defeated Labour leadership rival Diane Abbott a key job as shadow public health minister yesterday.
Summary: WASHINGTON, July 07, 2010, SPA -- President Barack Obama appointed health expert Donald Berwick on Wednesday to run the Medicare and Medicaid programs that provide care to seniors and the poor, bypassing the Senate to fill a key job over Republican objections, Reuters reported.
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One key job will be working with Japan under the 'Broader Approach' agreement on designing materials for a testing facility and upgrading fusion experiments.
But although self-reliance is a key job requirement, with long hours spent among the trees, Terry, who comes from Devon, will have a constant companion at his side in the shape of his 17-month-old Bavarian Mountain Hound, Klaus.