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Synonyms for employable

in a condition to be used

Antonyms for employable

a person who is qualified and ready to work

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physically and mentally capable of working at a regular job and available

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Modern education focuses on producing employable citizens
It is pertinent to mention here that BBSYDP has so far trained youth of Sindh approximately 220,000 out of which more than 82,000 youth are used in various employable trades in organizations to play their due role in the society for the progress, prosperity and nations building.
While a formal education is certainly important, an employable What graduate to smarter brighter
Employers think that qualified apprentices are 15 per cent more employable than those with other qualifications.
Approximately 70% of ITT Technical Institute employable graduates in 2013 obtained employment in positions using knowledge and skills taught in their program of study as of April 30, 2014.
Jesr al Mustaqbal' was launched by the bank in 2012 in execution of the directive of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos to provide relevant educational and training opportunities for Omani youth to develop employable skills.
Mirante II was recently honored by the City University of New York's (CUNY) John Jay College of Criminal Justice for his commitment to supporting the College's initiative to provide Veterans with a high-quality education and employable skills upon their return from military service.
Sure, volunteering and running marathons on the weekends is personally fulfilling, but they could also make you more employable.
Working with 400+ companies for the last 5 years has helped Aspiring Minds perfect the model of what skills make someone employable for a particular role in a particular industry.
It is hoped it will save students' unions money, make students more employable and engage more students with their unions.
Scout co-ordinator Jordan Lowe said the experience is vital to the Scouts and helps to make their young members more employable.
Women in the UAE who wear the hijab consider non-hijab wearers less attractive, less intelligent and less employable, a study into attitudes towards the headscarf has found, writes Sean O'Driscoll.
Tokyo, Aug 21, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - In a recent Employee Insights Survey of female professionals in Japan, 77% of respondents believe women are less employable if they decide to start a family.
Against the backdrop of the ongoing crisis, only 5% of the employable Bulgarians have their own business, according to an annual report of the Bulgarian Small and Medium Enterprises Promotion Agency (BSMEPA).
Here Aston Business School will demonstrate the career guidance and industry standing that will help make their 2013 MSc graduates some of the most employable in the country.