"Look here," he said, taking his seat at the tiller, "this is my show, Job Rowsell.
"It's a poor job, sailing a pleasure boat," he muttered.
'I am very sorry to betray my master, sir,' said Job Trotter, applying to his eyes a pink checked pocket-handkerchief about six inches square.
'I know it is my duty, Sir,' replied Job, with great emotion.
I sought odd jobs
. I worked days, and half-days, at anything I could get.
And all the men of the same rank were pitted against each other; the accounts of each were kept separately, and every man lived in terror of losing his job
, if another made a better record than he.
They were not fighting for jobs
. They did it as a business.
And happy day or not, Job
Taylor wasn't long in marrying again, you might notice.
We'll do that 'dangerous' job
after I've spied around a little and think things look well for it.
"After a few months, when he is cooled down, if you want to, you can get the job
of drivin' delivery-wagon for him.
'You wouldn't mind my asking if it happened to be a job
as you was come about, sir, would you?' asked Mrs Plornish wistfully.
They were reticent, however, as to the immediate job