This seems redundant to me.
The tag wiki excerpt for jobs just says "Job control in a shell," but the full wiki is more useful and says:
A job is a process or group of processes which is managed by a shell running in a terminal. The shell tracks which job is in the foreground, reports jobs' termination, can suspend and resume jobs, and can send signals to running jobs. This feature is known as job control.
The job-control tag has no wiki entry, but a longer usage excerpt:
Questions about the various ways jobs can be controlled by the shell: suspending, resuming, terminating execution etc.
I don't see any reason for these to be separate tags. If anyone disagrees with this, what should be the distinction between their uses?
Can we merge these tags?