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rocking chair job
 n.— «One way to finance a rise in wages, he said, would be to get rid of secretaries to secretaries, rocking chair jobs and jobs that overlapped.» —“Urge Pay Increase Before Aldermen” New York Times Oct. 2, 1919. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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