The question below is not mine, it's of my friend's (Am I right to use 's here?). I posted it here since nobody has answered him
We often talk about 'a well-paid job/ driver etc'. But I read such a sentence: 'It's hard to find a steady, well-paying job.' in the entry of 'steady' in the 4th edition of LONGMAN DICTIONARY OF CONTEMPORARY ENGLISH.Why is there no quote function in this forum?
Is 'a well-paying job' a correct expression or is it a typo in the dictionary?
I searched on the reference.com web and got nearly as many of each of the expressions.