Meaning of job-related in English:


Pronunciation /ˈdʒɒbrɪˌleɪtɪd/


  • Associated with a job.

    ‘job-related training’
    • ‘job-related injuries are a constant threat’
    • ‘Too much light or too little light can affect your ability to see well enough to perform job-related tasks.’
    • ‘I've been careful to not post any job-related subjects.’
    • ‘Fifty-three per cent of respondents saying they suffered from job-related stress.’
    • ‘We all know that job-related stress is bad for your blood pressure.’
    • ‘Skin diseases and injuries are the most common job-related medical problems.’
    • ‘Only 68 percent of the e-mail messages received at work are directly job-related.’
    • ‘Workplace discrimination is alive and kicking, and statistics of job-related bias against African Americans and women remain eye-opening.’
    • ‘By using a computer and specific job-related software, the work can be done faster and easier.’
    • ‘At each stage, officers will receive formal, job-related training to ensure that they are fully prepared for the jobs they could undertake on promotion.’
    • ‘This programme will place up to 750 disabled people in employment in the open labour market and provide them with job-related support.’
    job-related, work, professional, vocational, employment, business, career