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Antonyms for full-time

for the entire time appropriate to an activity

for the standard number of hours

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Full-Time Work Survey, which found that individuals currently working full-time are increasingly likely to seek part-time work due to the flexibility associated with this career change.
The instructional cost for eight three-hour courses--a minimal load for a full-time instructor--would still be less than $35,000 a year.
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Beginning in January 2016 for the tax year 2015, businesses with 100+ full-time employees, including full-time equivalents, may be subject to ESR penalty assessments.
More people are in work but there are still too few full-time employee jobs.
The analysis shows that in the North East the labour market share of full-time employee jobs was 66.
BEIRUT: Part-time Electricite du Liban staff blocked the road and doors to the company's Beirut headquarters Monday to demand full-time employment.
Yet others work part time because they cannot find full-time work.
To be considered a large employer, an employer must have employed an average of at least 50 full-time employees (or an equivalent combination of full-time and part-time employees) during the preceding calendar year.
The TUC said almost 600,000 men were working part-time in December while looking for full-time positions, compared to 293,000 at the end of 2007.
Add one part-time drilling Reservist position; add one full-time ART/civilian position.
Except for a few months off with the birth of each of my children, I have been privileged to work continuously as a full-time oncology nurse.
EDUCATION chiefs in Stockton have said efforts have been made to ensure all home-tutored children are receiving a full-time and suitable education.
As well as the 73 per cent in full-time education, there are 14 per cent in work-based learning.
0 full-time law enforcement employees, including both sworn officers and civilians, per 1,000 inhabitants.