nongraduate

nongraduate

(ˌnɒnˈɡrædjʊɪt)
n
a person who is not a graduate of an educational institution
adj
relating to a person who is not a graduate of an educational institution
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I am particularly concerned that the Government's proposals will deter applications from nongraduate, former members of armed forces."
Study limitations include the fact that it was not possible to interview all professionals involved in labor and childbirth care, including nongraduate staff who provide daily assistance to mothers.
And in the U.K., similar rifts have long been emerging between north and south, young and old, urban and rural, and graduate and nongraduate.
That means that one in every five of the 1.6m graduate jobs held by someone in Experts say it if suitable degrees that age group was filled by a nongraduate that year.
That means that one in every five of the 1.6m graduate jobs held by someone in Experts say if suitable degrees that age group was filled by a nongraduate that year.
That means that one in every five of the 1.6m graduate jobs held by someone in Experts say if suitable that age group was filled by a nongraduate that year.
He has been honored with the prestigious Bogliasco Fellowship, the First Prize of the Concorso Internazionale di Composizione Originale of Corciano, Italy, and in 2016 the Association of Rice Alumni honored him with their Meritorious Service Award, the highest honor given to a nongraduate of Rice University.
Employers faced by a more qualified pool of candidates may have upgraded some traditionally nongraduate jobs.
Because I was the only nongraduate of Unit 8200 presentaside from the bartenders and security personnel at the front doorIsrael's clandestine service didn't want me loitering around seeing whom they might recruit.
Only 78.05% of children with mothers educated up to the 10th class or nongraduate were compliant and only 53.25% of children with mothers educated up to the 8th class were compliant.
For instance, it is clear that current applicant pools may be lacking the training that typically is derived from specific nongraduate school training courses, and their exposure to the PCBH model may be from other experiences that may not be apparent in their resumes.
To understand the factors that have shaped the degree share, we need to dig behind the summary statistic and examine what is happening to both the graduate and nongraduate populations.