nine-to-five

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nine-to-five

adjBüro-; nine-to-five job/workerBürojob m/-angestellte(r) mf; nine-to-five mentalityAngestelltenmentalität f
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Williams' philosophy sounds simple - "If I lose on one race I tell myself that I'll get it back on the next" - but the life of a professional punter is far more stressful than most nine-to-fivers can comprehend.
New Yorkers can look forward to just under two hours of daylight in December, while London workers have just over an hour before starting their work day and Helsinki nine-to-fivers see none at all.
The funky, colourful designs of the handy 250ml Tetra Prisma cartons are designed to appeal to the 16 to 30 year old bracket, as a treat for the lunchbox or a way for busy nine-to-fivers to get their five-a-day.
According to the survey, 62% of nine-to-fivers would still clock in if they struck it lucky.
The passive attitude of employers who allow staff to stay on long after the nine-to-fivers have gone off to have a life must take much of the blame.
FOR nine-to-fivers who switch off the television set at 11pm and head for bed, the showbiz life must be a very different world.
The island-sunset mural, shade umbrellas, and slushy neon-colored drinks bring in the flip-flop-and-aloha-shirt types, while the list of 20 different martinis and upscale ballpark appetizers ($$) lure the nine-to-fivers.
The usual benefit scroungers, pop star wannabe loungers, student skivers, sick note nine-to-fivers.
Here's an example: Two strict nine-to-fivers always schedule vacation days in the busiest season.
Now we have seven to nine key people, all of whom are certainly not nine-to-fivers.