Definition of employment
Examples of employment in a Sentence
laws that have encouraged the employment of women
I've been looking for employment in the machine trade.
The new factory should provide employment for hundreds of workers.
unskilled workers trying to find paid employment
She hopes to find employment as a teacher.
The magazine did well during the course of her employment as editor.
Employment is at an all-time high in this part of the state.
The city is faced with inadequate housing and a lack of employment.
Recent Examples of employment from the Web
Brewer's employment history includes time as director of student services for Lindop District 92 in Broadview and as a teacher at Chicago Public Schools.
Salk denies that Dr. Jones or Dr. Lundblad have suffered any harm or adverse employment action based on their gender.
TV is still full of young women who live in sprawling California pads and drive expensive cars despite their employment status (or lack thereof)—but the women of The L Word were often misguided at best and downright damaging at worst.
The Federal Reserve has a dual mandate to promote price stability and full employment.
The FTC alleged DeVry misled potential students with claims that 90 percent of its graduates actively seeking employment landed jobs in their field within six months of completing their education.
As black Chicagoans suffered, the expansion of Chicago’s suburban manufacturing employment continued into the 1980s.
Construction employment grew 9.2 percent in 2016, a result of the building boom.
The City Council has been meeting in closed session to discuss Gilmore's employment for more than a month.
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EMPLOYMENT Defined for Kids
Legal Definition of employment
1 : an activity or service performed for another especially for compensation or as an occupation
2 : the act of employing : the state of being employed
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