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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The prime location makes it easier for their target market-hungry nine-to-fivers and graveyard shifters with a strong shawarma craving-to find.
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.
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.