Definition of odd-jobbing in US English:

odd-jobbing

noun

  • See odd job

    • ‘After leaving Spain during the rise of fascism and odd-jobbing around the American studio system, Buñuel alighted in Mexico in 1949 and stayed.’
    • ‘Welsh left school with few qualifications and entered an odd-jobbing life washing dishes and working as a TV repairman.’
    • ‘Were you even aware that that was his last job, or that he was currently unemployed, odd-jobbing as a scout?’