Let us oppose it as a scheme of jobbery, devised with a view to the establishment of offices and appointments.
jobbery, the arrangement of jobs, or unfair business proceedings.
Glaring instances of jobbery and favouritism are so universally known that it is unnecessary to quote examples.
Another was the jobbery of politicians in a time of seething turmoil.
The new government directed their attention to economy and the repression of jobbery among the Dublin officials.
He intimated that there was jobbery in some of the enthusiasm for the annexation.
Its bonding privilege was one of the most disgraceful bits of jobbery ever lobbied through a corrupt little legislature.
Mr. Anderson seems to have a thorough detestation of anything like jobbery.
Does not this system give opportunities for bribery and jobbery?
jobbery and abuse of patronage would be still further prevented by making the duties sufficiently heavy.