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Adj.1.parttime - involving less than the standard or customary time for an activity; "part-time employees"; "a part-time job"
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MOTHERS are being hit by a "pay penalty" if they work in parttime jobs, according to a new study.
When you take into account the fact that, on average, parttime workers in the borough are paid PS3.
He puts Monday's mauling down to a parttime team having to play full-time opposition twice in four days, with a long trek to Leeside thrown in.
We want to see a ticketing system that reflects modern working patterns and makes rail travel a viable choice, not just for the UK's millions of parttime workers, but also for the thousands more who are currently prevented from working due to the cost of the commute.
One Welsh constituency - Dwyfor Meirionnydd - has the highest proportion of low-paid female parttime workers in the whole of the UK, with as many as 79% not earning the Living Wage of PS7.
Our objective is to be challenging among the best of the parttime teams in Scotland.
55PM Grad student Dustin Hoffman is fleet of foot evading notorious Nazi war criminal (and parttime dentist) Laurence Olivier (above).
Claire Bennett, aged 41, a parttime administrator, who was collecting her four-yearold son, said: "It can get quite chaotic here because people leave it until the last minute so if it makes people behave then it's a great idea.
Ms Kean said: "The parttime landlord phenomena - the research reveals that one in seven adults now rents out a property for a second income - is no bad thing per se.
MANILA -- Senator Miriam DefensorSantiago wants the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) to study the possibility of parttime employment in the country in lieu of retrenchment.
sot McNamara, taking up an assistant coaching role with Aussie champions Sydney Roosters, has been re-appointed international supremo - but only on a parttime basis.
He has a parttime job as a bus drive i r-well,itisnot his business to decide who can have a passes.