parttime


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Adj.1.parttime - involving less than the standard or customary time for an activity; "part-time employees"; "a part-time job"
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This is partly to do with the fact that women are more likely to work in parttime positions - particularly as they get older and bear the brunt of childcare and looking after elderly relatives.
Allan played as a prop for the first team in the 1970s and 80s - before becoming a parttime coach after retiring from the game.
Scottish students were found to be less likely to be reliant on student loans, instead funding their lifestyles through parttime work.
benefits of working, is it any wonder that one million more over50s are working parttime compared with a decade ago?
Sir Steve Webb, a former pensions minister who is now director of policy at Royal London, said those affected are low-paid and parttime workers who are most in need of boosting their pension pots.
There is just one man working part-time in local councils for every eight women EARLY half of the total workforce in local councils is made up of women in parttime roles.
The opportunity to learn parttime offers people the chance to upskill or retrain while they are in work or undertaking caring responsibilities.
He puts Monday's mauling down to a parttime team having to play full-time opposition twice in four days, with a long trek to Leeside thrown in.
Our objective is to be challenging among the best of the parttime teams in Scotland." ?
MARATHON MAN Sky Movies Greats 10.55PM Grad student Dustin Hoffman is fleet of foot evading notorious Nazi war criminal (and parttime dentist) Laurence Olivier (above).