What is another word for Jobbing?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˈɒbɪŋ] (IPA)

The word "jobbing" is used to describe taking on small or occasional jobs or work. Synonyms for jobbing include freelancing, gigging, moonlighting, side hustling, and temping. Freelancing, similar to jobbing, involves working on a project basis for different clients. Gigging refers to performing short-term or temporary work, typically in the entertainment industry. Moonlighting refers to working a second job in addition to your regular employment. Side hustling refers to starting a small business alongside your main job. Temping involves taking on temporary work to fill a gap in employment or to gain experience. Overall, these synonyms describe the versatility and flexibility of individuals taking on temporary or part-time work.

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What are the hypernyms for Jobbing?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Jobbing

His speech on this matter would not be bad reading for some of the pension-Jobbing congressmen of the present day, and their supporters; but as concerned these French claims he could have been easily answered.
"Thomas Hart Benton"
Theodore Roosevelt
There was a lot of Jobbing going on between the priest and the village grocer, and finally it was arranged that the latter should pay off the existing debt if the landlord could be forced into letting him the farm at a "fair rent," that is to say, thirty per cent reduction on the old rent.
"Muslin"
George Moore
There are in the Cape Legislature some few members supposed to be "low-toned" and open to influence by the prospect of material gain, but, though I heard of occasional Jobbing, I heard of little or nothing amounting to corruption.
"Impressions of South Africa"
James Bryce

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