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menial in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmenialme‧ni‧al1 /ˈmiːniəl/ adjective  BOJOB/WORKmenial work is boring, needs no skill, and is not important a menial job She did menial tasks about the house.
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menialToday they are qualified for only the most menial employment.Belknap was unable to find anything but menial labor.Even well-trained women were forced into menial labor.I had acquired the true menial mentality.Ten workers performing the most menial tasks imaginable were picked at random from the processing line.But hiring such people means that you have to pitch in and be willing to do the menial tasks yourself.She performed her duties faithfully, reserving to herself the most menial tasks.This mournfully bright menial Val wore high heels and a black beret.The outcome of this educational vacuum is low-paid, menial work.