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n. (context US English) Someone who is employed in a regular job


n. an employee who has a regular job


A jobholder is a new type of employment status in UK labour law, that was introduced by the Pensions Act 2008, sections 1 and 88. Jobholders are entitled under the Act to be automatically enrolled in an occupational pension.

Usage examples of "jobholder".

In addition to these Austrians were the fanatical Nazis whose ranks were swelling rapidly with jobseekers and jobholders attracted by success and anxious to improve their position.

George and if things went well at the dojo he might be a jobholder by tomorrow.

But now the omission did begin to bother Fred a little, mainly because the young jobholder would be comforted by having retained his money and his papers.

Not really full-time jobholders, most of them, but that was how they saw themselves.

There would be no steady jobholders living here, and not many who owned shares of stock or won more than an occasional prize.

It must be that the same corporate culture embraces both jobholders and job seekers, and that it is a culture of conformity and studied restraint, maybe something like that of the Chinese imperial court in the heyday of hardline Confucianism.

The Junta has scheduled new elections for June 9, 1963, but the only people in Lima who seem to believe it are taxi drivers, hotel clerks and a varied assortment of small jobholders who voted for Gen.

About two-thirds of multiple jobholders work one job full-time and the other part-time.

Once jailed, they have to post bond to get out, and unlike the solid citizen who is a jobholder or property owner or at least has friends who can sign for the amount, the Angels have no recourse but their friendly bondsman.