cushy job

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cushy job

A job that is easy, stress free, and/or very well paid. Since I got this cushy job managing a toy store, I've gotten to sit around playing with toys all day. Since Sarah got that cushy job with the bank, she has been driving a sports car and is buying a second home!
See also: cushy, job
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The 55-year-old, who also ran to be PCC in 2016, said: "Nearly PS3m of taxpayers' money will be spent on replacing a Labour politician who has taken up a cushy job with the Conservative government.
The 55-year-old, who also ran to be PCC in 2016, said: "Nearly [pounds sterling]3m of taxpayers' money will be spent on replacing aLabourpolitician who has taken up a cushy job with the Conservative government.
Just before anybody becomes envious of his cushy job, the temperatures in Guyana are rarely less than 85 degrees, with 100% humidity.
For seven seasons, I had a cushy job dancing in the corps at Pacific Northwest Ballet.
Being president of the country is s very cushy job in Pakistan.
'It is just that youth aim for a cushy job.' He also added everything starts with a single and small step to reach your goal in life but people want to make it big overnight.
Try working for 40 plus hours a week for minimum wage.Try working hard all through university and then not getting a job, unlike some who have had a privileged background and found themselves hand-picked into a cushy job at Westminster.
I know the names of Aaqib Javed and Mohsin Khan have been mentioned but my opinion is that many ex-players feel that if they hang-around long enough, they will be able to get a cushy job with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as a coach for the national team.
Imagine you have a very cushy job that pays well but it isn't what you want to do and you would rather do something else.
But in this opener, although John Sergeant rides a historic railway that brought tea to the English (he obviously got the nice, cushy job here), by far the most fascinating bit is when Dan, Anita and Robert tackle the crush load.
Sure, he was gamely holding down a cushy job as country manager of the Shangri-la chain of hotels when friends eager to help PBSA's head hunters dropped his name and someone in MalacaAaAaAeA~ang picked it u
"I think that's the ultimate prize for anyone who aspires to be a mainstream author and you know once there, there's no looking back," Kantaria, who quit her cushy job of the Editor in Chief of a women's magazine in 2007 before 'trying her hand' at writing a novel.
I can now see why Russell Slade took such a cushy job. Easy money just to say yes to Mr Tan.
Moving to the West Coast to pursue a stand-up career, Oswalt ends up in Los Angeles, writing for television and complaining about his cushy job. When he's not there or onstage, he's hunkered down in an old theater, watching movies and telling himself it's all research for an eventual career as a director.