vacancy


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Synonyms for vacancy

opening

Synonyms

room

Synonyms

  • 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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From the market's (and prospective tenant's) perspective, however, zero vacancy is a highly negative condition that prevents satisfying both tenant relocation and new demand.
While not a steady upward trend (vacancy declined slightly earlier this year), vacancy continues to generally inch higher as construction outpaces net absorption.
Summary: Muscat: The Ministry of Civil Service has announced that preliminary data for vacancy announcement issued .
Taipei, June 25, 2012 (CENS)--Due to the global economic slowdown, the number of job vacancies in Taiwan decreased by 30,000 in February 2012 from a year earlier, causing the job vacancy to drop to 2.
Following are the details of the groups/services allocated to the candidates:- MERIT VACANCIES=17 PAKISTAN AUDIT AND ACCOUNTS SERVICE^ 01 VACANCY S.
For these reasons, analysts should be watching statistics on office vacancy rates closely For those not directly involved in commercial real estate, office space statistics provide useful information about economic activity and current growth.
Jones Lang LaSalle announced that vacancy rates fell across the board in the Midtown and Midtown South office submarkets m the third quarter of 2010.
Around 20% of empty posts remain unfilled for three months or more, and total vacancy rates have risen in most areas.
The commercial real estate market saw its long-term vacancy improvement trend stall out as two sectors tied to the business side of the economy--office and industrial properties--showed essentially no gains in occupancy during the fourth quarter of 2007, according to Boston-based CBRE Torto Wheaton Research (TWR).
There are three vacancies on the Blackstone River and Canal Commission Advisory Board, two vacancies on the Building, Planning and Construction Committee, five vacancies on the Community Preservation Committee, one vacancy on the Council on Aging, one vacancy on the Conservation Commission, four vacancies on the Disability Commission, two vacancies on the Historical Commission, seven vacancies on the Industrial Development Finance Authority Commission, two vacancies on the Personnel Board, two vacancies on the Playground and Recreation Commission, one vacancy on the Streetscape Committee, four vacancies on the Youth Commission, three vacancies on the Youth Commission (student representatives), and one vacancy on the Zoning Board of Appeals.
At the Lancaster and Palmdale stations, the report indicates that vacancy rates were completely equal between those two cities and the unincorporated areas the stations cover.
The overall vacancy rate for local authority social care staff has risen to 10.
Theorists at NIST have performed first principles calculations that have demonstrated that Pb-O vacancy pairs can be a significant source of "random" electric fields in Pb-based perovskite compounds, materials under development for electrostrictive transducers, actuators, and sonar devices for medical imaging and military applications.
His analysis of a large survey of employers reveals that there is now one vacancy available for every two people unemployed and looking for work while ten years ago, this ratio was nearer to one vacancy for every ten people unemployed.