a printer who does letterheads, invoices, announcements, and other miscellaneous work, as distinguished from one who works solely on books, periodicals, etc.
Origin of job printer
An Americanism dating back to 1830–40
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Compounds of maker, dealer, and other words denoting occupation are generally hyphenated; harness-maker, job-printer.Compound Words
Frederick W. Hamilton