do a good/bad/better, etc. job of sth (also make a good/bad/better, etc. job of sth) › to do something well, badly, better, etc.: We need to do a better job of marketing the product.
don't give up the day job informal humorous › used for telling someone that they will never be successful with something they are trying to do and should keep doing their real job instead
it's more than my job's worth UK › used for telling someone that you cannot do something because you would lose your job if someone discovered you had done it: It's more than my job's worth to let you into the building after hours.
on the job › where someone works and while they do their job: Sixteen coal miners died on the job last year.
› to do work for different people without being employed by them permanently: job about/around/for After drama school, he spent eight years jobbing about from show to show.