use menial in a sentence.
Who does the menial jobs in Norway?
Apple is suing HTC over a swipe unlock, power management, and various other menial stuff.
The Indians usually work in more menial jobs and aren't in a position to flee.
If you're a freelancer who has a significant amount of menial administration, you're doing it wrong.
I wonder if we are actually evolved to enjoy menial labor with the occasional pay check.
A friend of mine just took a menial enterprise programming job (in Pittsburgh) that is paying 55k.
More and more menial jobs being eliminated by technology.
If it was anything like the menial jobs I've taken, he was also part of a fantastic culture of camaraderie.
Since when has the technology community at large considered automating menial data entry to be "cheating?
Don't confuse "menial" with "low paid".
Also, try not to degrade "menial" labor unless you've spent a few years digging ditches yourself.
The boring, menials parts of work are chores.
If you think it's not social failure for highly literate, qualified people to be doing menial work, then you, sir, are a mean-spirited and unpleasant person.
It assumes you can decide on a list of tasks now and then just menially perform those tasks for the next few months.
FWIW, most jobs at Google or any other big corp are very boring and menial.
Its funny how you never hear about anyone arguing for gender equality when it comes to death row or homelessness or psych wards or menial physical labor.
This sounds like a great way for busy startuppers to outsource menial tasks.
The programming bit allows me to remove the menial tasks and solve the menial problems so I can enjoy my real attachment to this world.
The idea that coding algorithms into something executable is "menial" labor is pretty insulting to all of us currently coders, but even given that women invented multiplication routines, using human-readable commands and the IDE.
I'm having a hard time thinking of a profession (outside of menial physical labour) where you couldn't use programming skills to either make your job easier or to do it better.