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Synonyms for part-time

involving less than the standard or customary time for an activity

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for less than the standard number of hours

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Now, more than ever before, people are voluntarily choosing to work part-time in order to receive a better work-life balance and other perks that come with a flexible work schedule," said Brin McCagg, CEO and Co-founder of RecruitiFi.
The only group whose well-being score greatly exceeds that is part-time workers who do not want full-time work, registering at 65.
5% of women working part-time receiving less than the Living Wage.
In 2014, the percentage of underemployed part-time workers among total part-time workers varied significantly across the EU Member States.
There are still 300,000 more women working part-time who would like a full-time job than there were at the end of 2007, said the report.
The announcement follows similar decisions by Target, Home Depot and others to completely eliminate health insurance benefits for part-time employees.
One of the main reasons for this huge gender pay divide is the large concentration of women doing low-paid, part-time work.
Dawson of Abbotsford, British Columbia, is appointed as a part-time member in the Pacific region.
Relatively little attention, however, has been paid to the effects that part-time instructors have on students, academic outcomes and the overall completion agenda.
The ministry has published a draft regulation with 17 articles regulating part-time employment in Saudi Arabia, which is limited to Saudis.
In this year's contract negotiations, the Lane Community College Education Association, LCC's faculty union, has asked the college administration to continue investing in high-quality education by increasing support for part-time faculty.
The new research is presented in the Carsey Institute policy brief "Wanting More but Working Less: Involuntary Part-Time Employment and Economic Vulnerability.
However, part-time employment can be an attractive alternative.
Gone are the days when part-time study was restricted to mature applicants taught in the evening.