swivel chair job
 n.— «Other dilated sarcastically on the difference between a swivel chair job at the city hall and one which kept the holder thereof on his feet all day between counters or in factories under conditions calculated to endow the worker with sore feet, bunions, corns and rheumatism.» —“A Miracle of Re-Birth” Lincoln Evening News (Neb.) Jan. 2, 1911. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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