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Synonyms for vacancy

opening

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room

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  • room
  • space
  • available accommodation
  • unoccupied room

Synonyms for vacancy

total absence of matter

total lack of ideas, meaning, or substance

Synonyms for vacancy

being unoccupied

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an empty area or space

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There were 9,327 notified vacancies for full-time positions (55%), 6,188 notified vacancies for part-time positions (37%) and 1,430 notified vacancies for casual positions (8%).
According to the State Statistical Office there are 6,687 vacancies on the labor market in the second quarter this year.
The ministry explained that the job vacancies included in the announcement cover different qualifications and scientific disciplines.
The number of available jobs was almost double the job vacancies - 18,200 - reported in the previous spring survey, taken during the depths of the recession, the Employment Department said.
Workers who are in need of temporary jobs can browse the PhilJobnet where they can find a lot of vacancies this holiday season.
DGBAS said that fueled by the booming economic performance in the first half last year, the number of job vacancies in Taiwan sharply increased to 234,000 in February 2011.
The number of empty jobs was measured on March 31 and researchers found vacancies for hospital doctors and dentists, excluding trainees, rose from 3.
There are a number of vacancies, and those interested in serving should fill out a talent bank application available at Town Hall or call (508) 234-2095.
Retail economic vacancies continued to trend higher, rising from 10 percent in the first quarter to 10.
But members of the Board of Supervisors said they were pleased Tuesday, as they went over a report from Sheriff Lee Baca showing progress in making sure deputy vacancies in unincorporated areas of the county were comparable to vacancies in cities the Sheriff's Department polices on a contractual basis.
Vacancies for other social work posts rose--from 8.
Experiments indicate that inducing a 1 % to 5 % concentration of Pb and O vacancies significantly affects their physical properties.
Unemployment has halved and job vacancies have more than doubled with nearly 15 per cent of establishments having unfilled jobs with 2.
Just a few fast-moving vacancies could account for all the motion.
Thunder Bay's rate decline matched a national trend towards lower vacancies in centres with populations over 100,000," Philip says.