mini-job
 n.— «Then there’s the prospect of a “mini-job,” also known as a one euro job. As of January 1, the long-term unemployed will begin to be offered work of up to 30 hours a week carrying out some sort of socially- responsible function aimed at re-acquainting them with the workplace.» —“German workers take the strain of Schroeder’s ‘flexible’ economy reforms” by Alan Crawford Sunday Herald (Glasgow, Scotland) Nov. 21, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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