человек, работающий сдельно; человек, занимающийся случайной работой; биржевой маклер; комиссионер ; брокер ; оптовый торговец; недобросовестный делец; предприниматель, дающий лошадей и экипажи напрокат
- "I know one jobber who spent his twentieth birthday in the slammer for throwing his VDU through a fifth-floor window on to the street."
- It bounced off the roof of another jobber's Porsche.
- In its place there emerged a dual capacity regime, whereby financial intermediaries could undertake the functions of both broker and jobber simultaneously.
- Both these positions entail a great deal of risk; going long produces the possibility of capital losses on the shares held, going short produces the possibility that the jobber may have to buy in the shares at a future date at expensive prices.
- He was here on sufferance as coach driver and odd jobber.
- The most significant of the changes was the ending of single capacity with its sharp demarcation between the function of broker and that of jobber and the creation of a number of gilt-edged market makers (GEMMs) able to act in the dual capacity of broker and dealer.
- The 1863-;67 register records 30 framework knitters, 2 framesmiths and 21 labourers; 9 men worked on the railways, 1 was a coal merchant, 1 a gas house keeper and another a gas fitter; the other craftsmen comprised 4 bricklayers and a brickmaker, 3 blacksmiths, 2 tailors, 2 shoemakers, 2 potters, 2 carpenters, a wheelwright, a cooper, a plumber and glazier, and a painter; the rest included 2 gentlemen, a clerk in holy orders, a surgeon, 3 farmers, 2 general dealers, 2 grocers, a draper, 2 cattle dealers, 7 butchers, a tripe dresser, a pig jobber, a fellmonger, 2 gardeners, 2 grooms, a coachman and 2 commercial travellers.
- In the late 19th century businesses were varied - tailor and insurance agent, saddler and parish clerk, carrier, shoemaker, wheelwright, pig jobber, taxidermist, doctor, grocer, miller, blacksmith, bricklayer, butcher, cattle dealer, five farms, market garden and three public houses.
- In 1859 Thomas Storey is listed as a "Pig Jobber".
- In practice, a wide variety of questions may be used during a sales interview (DeCormier and Jobber, 1989).
- It was believed that under the proposed arrangements brokers would accept deals that they had not "matched" through a jobber, with the result that jobbers would probably receive less business and find it more difficult to compete.
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