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I'll just throw some names out.... Feel free to add some more

Barry Horowitz
Joey Maggs
Duane Gill
Iron Mike Sharpe
Jake The Milkman Millman
Buck Zumhofe
Dutch Mantel
Black Bart
Brooklyn Brawler
Al Perez
Rocky King
Italian Stallion
Tom Stone
Jim Powers
Pete Doherty
Disorderly Conduct
The Mulkey Brothers
George South
Sam Houston
Danny Davis
SD Jones
Pez Whatley
 

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Dutch had a long career as a booker and manager and has a pretty prominent on-air role with WWE today, so probably him. Brooklyn Brawler also just for notoriety/longevity, and I guess Gill had a decent run as Gillberg.
 

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Jeff Hardy

World Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
WWE Championship (1 time)
WWE European Championship (1 time)
WWF Hardcore Championship (3 times)
WCW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Matt Hardy
WWF/E Intercontinental Championship (4 times)
WWF Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
World Tag Team Championship (6 times) – with Matt Hardy
TNA World Heavyweight Championship (3 times)

Hard to argue with those numbers, and still only 36 years old.
 

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Brawler from a non kayfabe standpoint. The fact that he has held a job in the top wrestling company in the world for over 30 years is amazing.

Kayfabe alone, probably Duane Gill or Dutch. Duane Gill was pretty over because the amazing "Gillberg" character, even winning the Light Heavyweight Title in the process.
 

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I would say of the list

Just my opinion; I would not count a lot of these guys as jobbers, they spent most of their careers working the mid and upper cards in various territories, and only rarely worked as jobbers especially in the era they worked.

Dutch Mantel (calling a guy a jobber who spent the vast majority of his career on the upper cards in CWA and WWC is a stretch, IMO his name has no business on a list of jobbers), Black Bart (held a slew of titles), Al Perez (a major player in World Class)

And although these guys did spend more time as jobbers as the above three they certainly spent more of their careers on the mid cards, at least in the territories.

Sam Houston, Buck Zumhofe, Danny Davis (which one?, if you mean Nightmare Danny Davis he would fit here)Pez Whatley

Of the guys listed the two that spent a majority of their career as jobbers but also had pretty successful runs in territories were..

Barry Horowitz
Iron Mike Sharpe

So they would get my vote.
 

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I'll just throw some names out.... Feel free to add some more

Barry Horowitz
Joey Maggs
Duane Gill
Iron Mike Sharpe
Jake The Milkman Millman
Buck Zumhofe
Dutch Mantel
Black Bart
Brooklyn Brawler
Al Perez
Rocky King
Italian Stallion
Tom Stone
Jim Powers
Pete Doherty
Disorderly Conduct
The Mulkey Brothers
George South
Sam Houston
Danny Davis
SD Jones
Pez Whatley

the Brooklyn Brawler.
 

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By best Jobber I'll assume you mean who gets paid while having to do the least amount of work possible
Im sure there are plenty but right now id say Zack Ryder. Hes getting paid to travel and promote merch, stress free
 
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