JSA


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JSA

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Social Welfare) jobseeker's allowance
Translations

JSA

(Brit Admin) abbr of job seeker’s allowance˜ Arbeitslosengeld nt
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JSA can be between 4 A sanction means someone's benefits are stopped or reduced as a result.
JSA can be between 4 e se not with A sanction means someone's benefits are stopped or reduced as a result.
Song finished his speech by saying he had come to the JSA to deliver the public's praise for them for saving the badly wounded North Korean.
Our hope for each of our students at JSA is for them to become an engaged, productive member of society, and our community partners are allowing them the opportunity to do just that on a daily basis.
Gray also must unwind a JSA between Shurz's KYTV(TV) Springfield, Mo.
The decline in local JSA claimants is consistent with the improving national picture given by the more comprehensive Labour Market Survey measure of unemployment.
Of 9,290 assessments in Kirklees, 2,100 or about 23% of incapacity benefit claimants were told they were fit for work and moved on to JSA.
The number of individual claimants on JSA in Scotland fell from 136,300 in 2011 to 77,710 last year.
The evaluation included 57 interviews with prisoners and a telephone survey with 1,013 prison leaver JSA claimants.
Last week Boeing delivered Next-Generation 737-800s to Japan Airlines and Norwegian Air Shuttle and the airlines immediately assigned the two new aircraft to JSA under sale/leaseback agreements.
Founder and CEO Richard Wiley said that JSA aims to have more than 100 aircraft in its fleet by the end of 2011.
6 per cent in Hull and 2 per cent in Glasgow in the JSA rate since February 2008, when the labour market was at its peak.