Exemples d'usage pour « a part-time job » en français
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EnglishA convict who attends schooling may be granted the right to a part time job.
EnglishIf he is 17 and has a part-time job, his needs will be different from yours.
EnglishIt is a part-time job financed from federal funds.
English“The part-time job for students in forms V-VIII is set by the legislation.
EnglishThere are no professional requirements; it is a part-time job.
EnglishHe was unaware that special authorization needed to be obtained for a staff member to have a part-time job.
EnglishAs soon as he was made aware of that information, he resigned from his part-time job.
EnglishHe failed to mention that it is part time job growth, the self-employed.
EnglishAre you looking for work, a holiday job or a part-time job?
EnglishThose who have a part-time job receive the same hourly wage as those who perform a full-time job.
EnglishDon’t forget there are very good newspapers for finding a permanent or part-time job!
EnglishPart-time job seekers may list up to three job preferences and submit their curriculum vitae.
EnglishWho would like to be in the situation of working part time job to part time job having to continually seek for a job?
Englishbetter a part-time job than no job
EnglishDerksen took care of the household and had a part-time job.
EnglishA stay at home parent cannot get a part time job because they lose it all at tax time at year end.
EnglishThese pages will guide you in the right direction whether you want a full- or a part-time job or just to work during your holidays.
EnglishI'm looking for a part-time job
English(k) At MINUSTAH, a national staff member held a part-time job in the National Port Authority since 2004.
EnglishThat is good for urban areas, but it does not do much for rural communities where finding even one part time job is difficult.
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