employment noun (PROVIDE JOB) translate to Traditional Chinese
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employment

noun [U] (PROVIDE JOB)
就業
 
 
/ɪmˈplɔɪ.mənt/
when someone is paid to work for a company or organization
受僱;就業
Employment levels are unlikely to rise significantly before the end of next year.
在明年年底之前就業率很難有大幅度提升。
How long have you been looking for employment?
你找工作已經找了多久時間了?
Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
be in employment formal to have a job
有工作,在職
Are you in employment at the moment?
你現在有工作嗎?
Recruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
Translations of “employment”
in Korean 고용…
in Arabic وَظيفة, عَمَل…
in Portuguese emprego…
in Catalan feina, ocupació…
in Japanese 雇用, 仕事…
in Italian impiego, occupazione…
in Russian работа, служба, использование…
in Turkish iş, istihdam, kullanma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 就业, 受雇…
in Polish zatrudnienie, praca, zastosowanie…
(Definition of employment noun (PROVIDE JOB) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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