It is very interesting that there are words for job from Latin, Slavic, and Hungarian. These kinds of synonyms from multiple sources are such a feature of the richness of English, and it seems of Romanian as well.
And with two very different recipes: English, by building empires, and Romanian, by being at the crossroads of empires.
To some extent, though the biggest contributors to English, it's Germanic root that came with the invasions of the Angles, Saxons, and Jutes, the overwhelming French component that came with the Norman invasion, and the educated Latin of the churchmen, are nicely paralleled in Romania by the Latin from the invasion of the Romans, the Hungarian component that came with the Magyar invasion, and the educated Slavic of the churchmen.
Beautifully put. You are correct - I was just thinking of the James Nicoll quote.