Which is the proper grammatical construction:
"It will create thousands of well paying jobs." or "It will create thousands of good paying jobs."
"It will create thousands of well-paying jobs."
When in doubt, change it.
It will create thousands of lucrative employment opportunities.
I think Teresa got it right.
When I see: "It will create thousands of well paying jobs." I think that the job is to dig wells or you will be paid in wells.
When I see: "It will create thousands of good paying jobs." I think that it will create some good jobs that pay a salary, but I don't know how much they will pay.
by herrypaul 2 years ago
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