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    • Employment agencies

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    • Career development

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    • Employment classifications

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    • Criticism of work

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    • Employment discrimination

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    • Employee relations

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    • Human resource management

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    • Internships

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    • Occupations

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    • Professional humor

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    • Public employment

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    • Refusal of work

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    • Right to work

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    • Temporary employment

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    • Youth employment

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    • Employment

    • Employment is a relationship between two parties, usually based on a contract where work is paid for, where one party, which may be a corporation, for profit, not-for-profit organization, co-operative or other entity is the employer and the other is the employee. Employees work in return for payment, which may be in th ... Read »


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    • Apprenticeship Ambassadors Network

    • The Apprenticeship Ambassadors Network is an employer-led body sponsored by the Skills Funding Agency in England. Its remit is to encourage more employers to become involved in apprenticeships in England. The Network is the successor body to the Apprenticeship Task Force established by the Chancellor of the Exchequer. ... Read »


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    • Employability

    • Employability can be defined as “doing value creating work, getting paid for it and learning at the same time, enhancing the ability to get work in the future” Employability is a management philosophy, developed Sumantra Goshal in 1997, which recognises that employment and market performance stem from t ... Read »


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    • Employer branding

    • Employer brand is the term commonly used to describe an organization's reputation as an employer, and its value proposition to its employees, as opposed to its more general corporate brand reputation and value proposition to customers. The term was first used in the early 1990s, and has since become widely adopted by t ... Read »


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    • Employer Registration

    • Employer Registration is the process by which a person or legal entity registers their intent to employ someone. Employers can fall into one of two categories, people or groups who run a business and people who employ household workers. People or legal entities who employ workers can include: People who employ house ... Read »


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    • Employment contract

    • An employment contract or contract of employment is a kind of contract used in labour law to attribute rights and responsibilities between parties to a bargain. The contract is between an "employee" and an "employer". It has arisen out of the old master-servant law, used before the 20th century. But generally, the cont ... Read »


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    • Employment Development Department

    • The Employment Development Department (EDD) is part of the Labor and Workforce Development Agency of the executive branch of the State of California. EDD offers a variety of services to millions of Californians under the Job Service, Unemployment Insurance, Disability Insurance, Workforce Investment, and Labor Market I ... Read »


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    • Employment zone

    • Employment Zones were areas within the UK designated as such to 'loosen restrictions' and requirements on government assistance in job acquisition. Those living in Employment Zones were able to get financial assistance to set up in business, improve their skills or even buy clothes for a job interview.[1] The zones wer ... Read »


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    • Encore fellowships

    • Encore fellowships are temporary work placement programs designed to help former private sector mid-life careerists transition into encore career work in the social sector. Similar to how a person might apply for an internship with a business prior to applying for a full-time position, this temporary fellowship allows ... Read »


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    • Epilepsy and employment

    • Epilepsy can affect employment for a variety of reasons. Many employers are reluctant to hire a person they know has epilepsy, even if the seizures are controlled by medication. If the employee suffers a seizure while at work, they could harm themselves (but rarely others, contrary to popular belief) depending on the n ... Read »


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    • European Social Fund

    • The European Social Fund (ESF) is the European Union's main financial instrument for supporting employment in the member states of the European Union as well as promoting economic and social cohesion. ESF spending amounts to around 10% of the EU's total budget. The ESF is one of the European Structural and Investment ... Read »


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    • Illicit work

    • Illicit work is an illegal employment. The working contract is made without social security costs and without paying income taxes, making the work unreported employment. Illicit work is part of the informal economy or so called "shadow economy". According to a The New York Times report in February 2013, the Obama ... Read »


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    • IPS Supported Employment

    • IPS Supported Employment is an evidence-based approach to supported employment for people who have a severe mental illness. IPS stands for Individual Placement and Support. IPS supports people in their efforts to achieve steady employment in mainstream competitive jobs, either part-time or full-time. This stands in con ... Read »


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    • Iron rice bowl

    • "Iron rice bowl" (simplified Chinese: 铁饭碗; traditional Chinese: 鐵飯碗; pinyin: tiě fàn wǎn) is a Chinese term used to refer to an occupation with guaranteed job security, as well as steady income and benefits. The Chinese term can be compared to the similar (but not identical) Engli ... Read »


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    • Job

    • A person's job is their role in society. A job is an activity, often regular and performed in exchange for payment. Many people have multiple jobs (e.g., parent, homemaker, and employee). A person can begin a job by becoming an employee, volunteering, starting a business, or becoming a parent. The duration of a job may ... Read »


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    • Job hunting

    • Job hunting, job seeking, or job searching is the act of looking for employment, due to unemployment, underemployment, discontent with a current position, or a desire for a better position. The immediate goal of job seeking is usually to obtain a job interview with an employer which may lead to getting hired. The job h ... Read »


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    • Job security

    • Job security is the probability that an individual will keep their job; a job with a high level of job security is such that a person with the job would have a small chance of becoming unemployed. Basic economic theory holds that during periods of economic expansion businesses experience increased demand, which in tur ... Read »


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    • List of OECD countries by job security

    • This is a list of OECD countries by job security, an important component in measuring quality of life and the well-being of its citizens. It lists OECD countries' workers' chance of losing their job in 2012, with some non-OECD countries also included. Workers facing a high risk of job loss are more vulnerable, especial ... Read »


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    • Joint employment (US Law)

    • Joint employment, or co-employment, is the sharing of control and supervision of an employee's activity among two or more business entities. Joint employment may occur by design, as when one firm engages a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) to handle payroll and benefits administration while retaining overall dir ... Read »


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    • The Kingdom of Could Be You

    • The Kingdom of Could Be You was a spin-off of The Most Important Person. It explored occupations adults have as well as what their children could do when they get older. They ran as part of CBS's Captain Kangaroo from 1973 to 1976, and syndicated from 1976 to 1981. ... Read »


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    • Legal working age

    • The legal working age is the minimum age required by law for a person to work, in each country or jurisdiction. Some types of labor are commonly prohibited even for those above the working age, if they have not reached yet the age of majority. Activities that are dangerous, harmful to the health or that may affect the ... Read »


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    • List of largest employers

    • Non-corporate employers are included in these lists: ... Read »


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    • Nominative determinism

    • Nominative determinism is the hypothesis that people tend to gravitate towards areas of work that fit their names. The term was first used in the magazine New Scientist in 1994, after the magazine's humorous Feedback column noted several studies carried out by researchers with remarkably fitting surnames. These include ... Read »


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    • Nursing shortage

    • Nursing shortage refers to a situation where the demand for nursing professionals, such as Registered Nurses (RNs), exceeds the supply—locally (e.g., within a health care facility), nationally or globally. It can be measured, for instance, when the nurse-to-patient ratio, the nurse-to-population ratio, or the numb ... Read »


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    • Ontario Disability Employment Network

    • The Ontario Disability Employment Network is a network of employment service providers who serve people with a disability in Ontario, Canada. The network is known for their involvement within the Mayor's Challenge, which involved Sarnia, Ontario, Mayor Mike Bradley issuing a challenge to all mayors in Ontario to make a ... Read »


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    • Pensions in Denmark

    • Pensions in Denmark are both private and public. In Denmark, the public pension consists of two tiers. The first tier provides a universal income to people over the age of 65. This pension is paid to anyone that meets its qualifications, regardless of a retiree’s contributions. As of 2015, the maximum amount ... Read »


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    • Recommendation letter

    • A recommendation letter or letter of recommendation, also known as a letter of reference, reference letter or simply reference, is a document in which the writer assesses the qualities, characteristics, and capabilities of the person being recommended in terms of that individual's ability to perform a particular task o ... Read »


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    • Saudization

    • Saudization or Saudisation of the workforce—the replacement of foreign workers with Saudi nationals in the private sector—is the official national policy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. While many Saudis are employed by the government, there are not enough jobs for the growing number of youth. As of 2006 the ... Read »


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    • Schedule (workplace)

    • A schedule, often called a rota or roster, is a list of employees, and associated information e.g. location, working times, responsibilities for a given time period e.g. week, month or sports season. A schedule is necessary for the day-to-day operation of many businesses e.g. retail store, manufacturing facility and s ... Read »


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    • Service voucher

    • A service voucher is a financial instrument which allows a public authority to target social services at those it deems in need, and at the same time to promote employment and labour market integration. It effectively boosts demand for certain services which meet social policy objectives. A voucher scheme will typical ... Read »


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    • Spatial mismatch

    • Spatial mismatch is the mismatch between where low-income households reside and suitable job opportunities. In its original formulation (see below) and in subsequent research, it has mostly been understood as a phenomenon affecting African-Americans, as a result of residential segregation, economic restructuring, and t ... Read »


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    • Temporary duty assignment

    • A temporary duty assignment (TDA), also known as "temporary duty travel" (TDT), "temporary additional duty" (TAD) in the Navy and Marine Corps (or TDI for "temporary duty under instruction", referring to training assignments), or "temporary duty" (TDY) in the Army and Air Force, refers to a United States Government emp ... Read »


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    • Underearners Anonymous

    • Underearners Anonymous, often abbreviated "UA", is a twelve-step program for men and women who have come together to overcome what they call "underearning". Underearning is not just the inability to provide for oneself monetarily, but also inability to provide for one's needs including future needs and the inability to ... Read »


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    • Underemployment

    • Underemployment or Disguised unemployment refers to a job that is insufficient in some important way for a worker, relative to a standard, which results in the under-utilization of the worker. Examples include holding a part-time job despite desiring full-time work, and overqualification, where the employee has educati ... Read »


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    • Vanpool

    • Vanpools are an element of the transit system that allow groups of people to share the ride similar to a carpool, but on a larger scale with concurrent savings in fuel and vehicle operating costs. Vanpools have a lower operating and capital cost than most transit vehicles in the United States, but due to their relative ... Read »


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    • Versatilist

    • A Versatilist is someone who can be a specialist for a particular discipline, while at the same time be able to change to another role with the same ease. The term "versatilist" was first coined in an article from Gartner, where it states that "Versatilists are able to apply a depth of skill to a progressively widenin ... Read »


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    • Women in STEM fields

    • Many scholars and policy makers have noted that the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM fields) have been predominantly male occupations, with historically low participation among women, from their origin in the Age of Enlightenment to the present time. STEM professions, like medicine and ... Read »


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    • Work experience

    • Work experience is any experience that a person gains while working in a specific field or occupation, but the expression is widely used to mean a type of volunteer work that is commonly intended for young people — often students — to get a feel for professional working environments. The American equivalent t ... Read »


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    • Workgang

    • A Workgang is a group of individuals who are assigned, or engaged in, a common task. Examples include Prison Workgangs used for farming, construction, trash collection/waste management, fire fighting, or inmate emergency services. Such workgangs have varying levels of supervision ranging from Armed Corrections Officers ... Read »


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    • Working holiday visa

    • A working holiday visa is a residence permit allowing travellers to undertake employment (and sometimes study) in the country issuing the visa to supplement their travel funds. For many young people, holding a working holiday visa enables them to experience living in a foreign country without undergoing the usual costl ... Read »


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    • Working parent

    • A working parent is a father or a mother who engages in a work life, aside from their duties as a childcare provider. There are many structures within families including single, working mothers or single, working fathers. There are also married parents who are dual-earners, in which both parents provide income. Within ... Read »


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    • Working poor

    • The working poor are working people whose incomes fall below a given poverty line. Depending on how one defines "working" and "poverty," someone may or may not be counted as part of the working poor. While poverty is often associated with joblessness, a significant proportion of the poor are actually employed. Largely ... Read »


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