In my native language, we use 'dry' as an adjective for job. I searched "dry job" in Google and Google Scholar and I guess this usage is not common or appropriate in English. Please tell me whether use of 'dry' in this context sounds natural or not. Also I'm very willing to know other adjectives that collate with job with a close meaning. I know the obvious ones like boring but I want it to be more close to dry.
Update: Thanks to @Jeff comment, it really helped when I thought about the meaning of 'dry' in my language context. A 'dry job' means a job that involves almost no flexibility not just in terms of job schedule, but you can't use your imagination or creativity to change things there. It's always the same and usually there is some authoritative belief or force to maintain this state in the job. Some clerk, military, or manual jobs look like this. With this little thought about the meaning I've came to the words 'rigid' or 'inflexible' but I don't think they can be readily used with 'job'. I would like a combination of 'rigid' and 'boring' if there were any word for that. Thank you all for reading my obsessions about words!