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gain·ful

 (gān′fəl)
adj.
Providing a gain; profitable: gainful employment.

gain′ful·ly adv.
gain′ful·ness n.

gainful

(ˈɡeɪnfʊl)
adj
profitable; lucrative: gainful employment.
ˈgainfully adv
ˈgainfulness n

gain•ful

(ˈgeɪn fəl)

adj.
profitable; lucrative: gainful employment.
[1545–55]
gain′ful•ly, adv.
gain′ful•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.gainful - yielding a fair profit
profitable - yielding material gain or profit; "profitable speculation on the stock market"

gainful

Translations

gainful

[ˈgeɪnfʊl] ADJ [employment] → remunerado, retribuido

gainful

adj occupation etceinträglich; to be in gainful employmenterwerbstätig sein

gainful

[ˈgeɪnfʊl] adj (employment) → remunerativo/a

gainful

a. ventajoso-a, provechoso-a.
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For my own part I openly declare that I am not convinced, and that I do not believe injustice to be more gainful than justice, even if uncontrolled and allowed to have free play.
The suggestion made was judicious; and, being promptly acted on, the result proved gainful--I need not say how gainful; I communicated details to Messrs.
The Vocational Research Institute (VRI), a non-profit developer of career guidance resources, has introduced WorkPlace Mentor, a Windows-based software system for planning and conducting effective community-based assessments and attaining gainful employment for individuals with special needs or limited work histories.
"Surprisingly enough," a Northwestern University psychiatrist wrote in 1961, "in some cases at least, narcotic use may be confined to weekends or parties and the users may be able to continue in gainful employment for some time.
The final two chapters outline a series of recommendations intended to offset the disempowering implications of TANE These recommendations include tax and labor market reforms designed to decrease poverty and promote gainful employment.
The people who make the local textiles and clothing (mainly women) are forced to find other forms of livelihood where limited opportunities for gainful employment exist.
Under the Social Security program, the federal government provides Social Security Disability Insurance benefits, or SSDI, to "fully insured" individuals who have contributed to the Social Security program, as evidenced by "work history", and who, because of a medically determinable physical or mental impairment, are unable to continue performing "substantial gainful work".
Since Christophe, an engineer who has been out of work for several months, is struggling to find gainful employment, Stephane decides his roommate's search for a job would make a great documentary.
www.go2net.com/useless/ is equally likely to usher in the sack, packed as it is with links to sites you could never claim have anything to do with gainful employment.
According to the court Michigan's parole statute did not create a protectable expectation of parole and was not void for vagueness for failure to define the terms "reasonable assurance," "menace to society or the public safety," or "satisfactory evidence" of gainful employment.
These agencies share a common goal of helping individuals with disabilities obtain gainful, competitive employment so that they can work without government assistance.

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