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  • 1 work-study — ˈwork ˌstudy adjective [only before a noun] HUMAN RESOURCES relating to a system by which people can work part of the time while they are studying: • He worked on a newspaper as part of a work study program in high school. * * * work study UK US… …

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  • 2 Jobs for Youth/Chicago — Jobs for Youth/Chicago, Inc. (JFY) is a Chicago based nonprofit organization that helps young men and women from low income homes between the ages of 17 and 24 to prepare for, find, and keep jobs. Most of the youth JFY serves are from Chicago’s… …

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  • 3 Work aversion — Work aversion, Workplace aversion, or Employment aversion is a psychological behavior, often part of an anxiety disorder, in which the subject intentionally refuses to be gainfully employed at all, or works far less than is necessary in order to… …

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  • 4 Work Time Fun — Entwickler D3, Sony Computer Entertainment Publisher …

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  • 5 Work permit — is a generic term for a legal authorization which allows a person to take employment. It is most often used in reference to instances where a person is given permission to work in a country where one does not hold citizenship, but is also used in …

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  • 6 Jobs With Justice — is a nationally linked network of about 40 local coalitions throughout the United States that bring together labor unions, community organizations, religious groups, and student groups to fight for workers rights. Founded in 1987, JwJ s mission… …

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  • 7 jobs for the boys — Jobs given to or created for friends or supporters • • • Main Entry: ↑job * * * jobs for the boys british informal phrase jobs that someone gives to their friends Thesaurus: types of job or workhyponym general words relating to jobs and work …

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  • 8 work|fare — «WURK FAYR», noun. a welfare program in which recipients of public welfare must work at assigned jobs or enlist in job training: »One of [his] programs is what he calls workfare; he has said that everybody ought to work for what he gets, that… …

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  • 9 Jobs with Justice — (JwJ) is a national campaign for workers rights in the United States. It was founded in 1987, and includes both individual members and affiliated organizations.JwJ s core belief is that in order to be successful, workers rights struggles have to… …

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  • 10 work experience — ➔ experience * * * work experience UK US noun [U] WORKPLACE ► mainly UK a period of time during which a young person, usually a student, works for a company or organization in order to get experience of a particular type of work: »Networking,… …

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  • 11 Work & Travel — (oder auch work n travel) ist eine Form des Reisens, die vor allem bei jungen Erwachsenen beliebt ist. Zweck dieser Reisen ist das Kennenlernen eines Landes, seiner Kultur sowie der Sprache. Work Travel unterscheidet sich von anderen Reiseformen… …

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  • 12 jobs for the boys — UK DISAPPROVING ► work that someone in a position of power gives to friends or relations: »Labour sharply criticized the board s appointment of the former trade minister as an example of jobs for the boys. Main Entry: ↑job …

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  • 13 Work & travel — work travel (oder auch work n travel) ist eine Form des Reisens, die vor allem bei jungen Erwachsenen beliebt ist. Zweck dieser Reisen ist das Kennenlernen eines Landes und seiner Kultur und Sprache. Work travel unterscheidet sich von anderen… …

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  • 14 Work and travel — work travel (oder auch work n travel) ist eine Form des Reisens, die vor allem bei jungen Erwachsenen beliebt ist. Zweck dieser Reisen ist das Kennenlernen eines Landes und seiner Kultur und Sprache. Work travel unterscheidet sich von anderen… …

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  • 15 work your way up sth — (also work your way up to sth) ► to do a series of jobs at different levels in an organization until you reach a position at the top of the organization: »She joined the company as a sales rep but worked her way up to managing director. work your …

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  • 16 work horse — work|horse «WURK HRS», noun, adjective, or work horse. –n. 1. a horse used for labor, and not for showing, racing, or hunting. 2. Figurative. a very hard worker, especially one able to do many jobs or work long hours. –adj. of, having to do with …

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  • 17 work|horse — «WURK HRS», noun, adjective, or work horse. –n. 1. a horse used for labor, and not for showing, racing, or hunting. 2. Figurative. a very hard worker, especially one able to do many jobs or work long hours. –adj. of, having to do with, or like a… …

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  • 18 Jobs for America's Graduates — Jobs for America s Graduates, or JAG, is a school to career program implemented in 1,000 high schools, alternative schools, community colleges, and middle schools across the United States and the United Kingdom. JAG s mission is to keep young… …

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  • 19 work-re|lease — «WURK rih LEES», adjective. of or designed for the part time release of prisoners to permit them to take up normal employment or continue in their regular jobs: »The defendants…will be eligible for “work release” programs. That means they could… …

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  • 20 work roster — work organization, distribution of people into jobs, distribution of roles …

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