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    Thanks. By now it is clear, on the job is while you are at it, it has something to do with the location - a job site. I think the difference is very subtle, don't we ask the children (at my age) at the dinner table, "Are you bored on your job?" Although it is asked at night, it probably isn't wrong. BMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    It does, but 'on the job'probably means anytime you're working. 'With'suggests the malaise is more serious and doesn't end with the end of the working day.
    Good distinction. 8)


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    Thanks again. BMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmo
    Thanks again. BMO
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