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Synonyms for retirement

stopping work

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  • stopping work
  • giving up work

retired years

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  • retired years
  • post-work years

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the act of secluding or the state of being secluded

the moving back of a military force in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat

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the state of being retired from one's business or occupation

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withdrawal from your position or occupation

withdrawal for prayer and study and meditation

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More than a quarter of all terminations in the company's global workforce of around 74,000 last year were in Italy, with most of these due to voluntary early retirement, according to the company's 2012 annual report.
One such alternative early retirement option, known as the Budget Stabilization Program, is being utilized in some school districts outside Massachusetts.
Without the early retirement program to shrink the workforce, however, the city will have to lay off 926 workers and impose 26-day furloughs on other employees, the report said.
It is the first time Nissan has offered an early retirement program in Japan since 1999.
Officers selected by the SERB for early retirement must apply for a voluntary retirement date of no later than Sept.
Regardless of which benefit is chosen, the surviving spouse will be dependent on that single benefit payment, already reduced for the early retirement benefit election, for the rest of his or her life.
These pitches -- often made at free seminars -- promise high annual returns but make little or no mention of the risks associated with the aggressive investment scenarios the early retirement packages involve.
A former council leader has called on the authority's external auditors KPMG to investigate payments made to the chief executive, who is taking early retirement.
have applied for early retirement ahead of the merger of the two drug companies April 1, the two firms said Monday.
North Dakota: In that case, North Dakota State University (NDSU) offered an early retirement program to certain tenured faculty and high-level administrators.
Delta Air Lines is expecting 100 pilots to take early retirement on 1 December 2004 as a new 32.
TODAY IS ONE OF THOSE DAYS WHEN I'M ABLE TO TELL anybody who asks--and a few who don t--that I have 1,373 days left until my early retirement.
Just a glance through the topics covered in this issue is enough to make a superintendent ponder early retirement.
Telcom, but is "clearly disappointed" the corporation seeks to "downsize" by 200 jobs through an early retirement offer.
For the purpose of this article, early retirement incentives are defined as temporary incentives or "windows" that alter the normal retirement benefit, typically requiring an amendment to state or local law.
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