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jobseeker's allowance

(ˈdʒɒbˌsiːkəz)
n
(Social Welfare) (in Britain) a National Insurance or social security payment for unemployed people; replaced unemployment benefit in 1996. Abbreviation: JSA
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by ONAThe Ministry of Manpower has reaffirmed that next three months would see a focus on providing job opportunities to jobseekers holding college diploma and university graduates as part of implementation of the decision of the Council of Ministers on providing 25,000 job opportunities.
Senators want fresh graduates and first-time jobseekers exempted from paying fees collected by various government agencies for the issuance of documents needed for employment.
The number of jobseekers immediately able to start working was 162,087 in November, a decrease of 5,191 individuals m-o-m and 76,293 y-o-y, the TASR newswire reported.
Well this is exactly what jobseekers are forced to do as part of their jobsearch routine, 35 hours a week, 365 days a year.
Jobseekers should take serious note of Indian consulate's advisory, warning them against coming to the UAE on visit visas.
1,694 job opportunities, competing for by 2,200 active jobseekers.
Social Development Minister Anne Tolley welcomes todays expansion of the Red Shirts in Community programme where around 1,000 young jobseekers will gain work experience and earn NCEA credits.
The two-day exhibition taking place on April 25-26 targets qualified jobseekers from various academic disciplines.
Jobseekers in the action stage were twice as likely (47%) as those in the precontemplation stage (23%).
For example, the online job search (OJS), which was used by less than a quarter of all jobseekers at the turn of the century, is now the most popular method of jobhunting and has opened new ways of studying the labor market.
LOCAL jobseekers have received a boost to their career ambitions after completing a training programme with BMet in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) and West Midlands Fire Service (WMFS).
IN a recent report Mr Iain Duncan Smith from the Works and Pensions Department claimed jobseekers are thanking him for taking their benefits away as it helps them "focus and get on".