A jobber entrance is where wrestlers get no entrance (the wrestlers are usually already in the ring while their entrance theme is playing in the background).
Jobber entrances are very common in the WWE, even more so since Monday Night RAW went to a three-hour format beginning on July 23, 2012. Since that time, the focus is more on promoting the WWE App, recapping the major feuds, more backstage segments (though backstage segments have been relegated to the WWE App in recent months), in-ring promos, movie trailers, and backstage interviews.
The wrestlers that are prone to getting jobber entrances on Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown are mid-to-low carders and Divas, although some main eventers have had their entrances cut out as well (wrestlers like John Cena, Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Daniel Bryan, and The Rock rarely ever get that treatment).
Jobber entrances are not common on WWE Superstars, WWE Main Event, and the PPVs, although at WrestleMania XXX, most of the participants in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal as well as the participants in the Divas Championship match got jobber entrances.