Usually I am pretty good at grammar; I even used to teach it. But there is an advertisement on TV that is driving me crazy. They say, "Our company will create well-paying jobs." Now, I know that a job can pay well; in that case well is an adverb that modifies the verb pay. And I know you can have a good job. In that case, good is an adjective tha modifies the noun job. But creating well-paying jobs sounds wrong. To me, well-paying is a hyphenated adjective that modifies the noun jobs. However, well is in adverb and good is an adjective so shouldn't it be good-paying jobs? Or am I missing something?