Steve Easterbrook once launched an unsuccessful campaign to have the term McJob
- defined as an "unstimulating low-paid job" - removed from the Oxford English Dictionary.
is a term which describes a low paid job without prospects, McUniversities are places where the transference of knowledge is secondary to standardisation and students are consumers.
And one more thing -- to add to the lexicon of McJob
and McUniversity we can add McDelivery.
manufacturing base now thoroughly destroyed, wages in the American economy's last-resort McJob
sectors have been flat for decades.
An online McDonald's budgeting tool set up to help its employees actually highlights the difficulty of living on McJob
In a word like MCJOB
we have the pronunciation with [e] between the spoken [m] (represented by M) and the spoken [k] (represented by c).
There's this connotation that the McJob
is not a good job.
The marginal commentary is a stroke of design genius, encouraging a pleasantly desultory examination of death and degradation"; "Deadpan cartoons by Paul Rivoche littered the book's margins along with catch phrases, or 'thoughtbombs'--instant jargon like McJob
In times of recession, a McJob
may not be such a bad prospect - and it's certainly better than no job at all.
Bill is unimpressed with the dictionary definition of a McJob
She works at a McJob
as a receptionist in a plastic surgery office and meets a very political Smith graduate named Sadie, who has this micro-action feminist group.
BURGER giant McDonald's is trying to persuade the Oxford English Dictionary to change the definition of McJob