Jobsworth meaning

(chiefly UK) A minor worker who refuses to be flexible in the application of rules to help a client or customer.
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Origin of jobsworth

  • Coined in the 1960s by the British/South African singer/songwriter Jeremy Taylor, in his eponymous song.

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  • From the phrase "It's more than my job's worth to ..."

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