Employable Employee

Employed

Meanings and phrases

employed

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adj.
  1. having your services engaged for; or having a job especially one that pays wages or a salary
  2. put to use

people employed

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E.g.
  • Previously there were 100 people employed by the hall.
  • , there were a total of 239 people employed in the municipality.
  • , there were a total of 1,886 people employed in the municipality.

people were employed

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E.g.
  • About 15 people were employed in his milling operation.
  • 73,200 people were employed at banks in 2010.
  • 96 people were employed in the secondary sector in 23 businesses.

people are employed

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E.g.
  • Around 1,500 people are employed across the group.
  • Many people are employed in Pakistan Rangers Force.
  • 8,379 people are employed by Progressive in the region.

school employed

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E.g.
  • The school employed 25 teachers (9th-12).
  • The school employed 74 teachers.
  • The school employed 44 teachers.

often employed

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E.g.
  • Stemmeries often employed African-American laborers.
  • The use of a calibrator is often employed in immunoassays.
  • In North America, Holsteiners are often employed as top-quality show hunters.

company employed

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E.g.
  • In March 2013, the company employed 3,958 workers.
  • As of end 2011 the company employed 686 workers.
  • At its height, the company employed 840 workers in 1960.

currently employed

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E.g.
  • Peta is currently employed as a nurse for Barwon Health.
  • She is currently employed at the Elmore Stoutt High School.
  • Diaz is currently employed with The Bronx Defenders as an intake coordinator.

employed more

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E.g.
  • At its height, the project employed more than 800 men.
  • By 1937, he was employed more than 3,000 men.
  • Their firm employed more than 40,000 people.

then employed

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E.g.
  • Success continued, and she then employed four workers.
  • Apple then employed the same technology to create iDVD for the consumer market.
  • The cap trapper method is then employed to ensure selection of full length cDNA.

first employed

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E.g.
  • He was first employed by the Gyldendal publishing house.
  • He was first employed as a research assistant from 1974 to 1978.
  • The format was first employed with the launch of "Os Dias Eram Assim".

commonly employed

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E.g.
  • However, sovereignty is the term most commonly employed.
  • This method is commonly employed in undergraduate teaching labs.
  • Such filters are commonly employed in the treatment of waste water.

still employed

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E.g.
  • All were still employed by the state, and the pharaoh had final say in their appointments.
  • When Heisman left Tech after 1919, his shift was still employed by protege William Alexander.
  • As of 2011, Neri was still employed with the New York Police Department making $76,488 annually.

not employed

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E.g.
  • About half of people in their 20s with autism are not employed.
  • They are not employed by the company to whom they provide labour.
  • Many of the Kapiti Coast's residents are not employed in the area.

later employed

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E.g.
  • He was later employed by TELCO in Pune.
  • Story arcs from "Kiri no Orgel" were later employed by Eno in "D2".
  • It was built for John Ward who later employed Burton to lay out his Calverley Park Estate in Tunbridge Wells.

employed during

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E.g.
  • Techniques employed during self-rescue include:
  • "Atemi" () are strikes (or feints) employed during an aikido technique.
  • 4,000 staff are expected to be employed during construction with another 2,000 needed for on-going operations.

workers employed

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E.g.
  • 32% of workers employed in the British Virgin Islands work for the government.
  • The flights are used to transport oil workers employed by the companies that make up the IAC consortium.
  • The Chinese presence began with workers employed in the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1880s.

employed many

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E.g.
  • Eun's father was a carpenter who employed many workers.
  • Until the 1950s the Dutch Sea Scouts employed many different boats.
  • The large cattle farms in the surrounding areas employed many families.

employed around

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E.g.
  • As of November 2012, Yura Corporation employed around 5,500 employees in Serbia.
  • The company had 288 stores across the United Kingdom and employed around 1800 staff.
  • As at January 2018, SeneGence employed around 70 people in Sapulpa and Broken Arrow.

frequently employed

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E.g.
  • Overhead camshafts were frequently employed.
  • Individuals also frequently employed magical techniques for personal purposes.
  • Like the German Empire, that of Austria-Hungary frequently employed liberal economic policies and practices.

usually employed

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E.g.
  • Waxed linen or silk threads were usually employed to fasten the braces.
  • Academic anatomists are usually employed by universities, medical schools or teaching hospitals.
  • Professional dancers are usually employed on contract or for particular performances or productions.

methods employed

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E.g.
  • The methods employed to make the victims talk were always the same.
  • Countercult apologetics has several variations and methods employed in analysing and responding to cults.
  • The usual methods employed to strengthen buildings are to reinforce it with significant extra structure or to install tuned mass dampers.

employed in agriculture

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • About 2,500 persons were employed in agriculture.
  • Most people of Kuspangi are employed in agriculture.
  • 53.6% of Ghana's workforce were employed in agriculture in 2013.

district employed

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E.g.
  • In 2007, the district employed 266 teachers.
  • In 2007, the district employed 166 teachers.
  • In 2007, the district employed 110 teachers.

previously employed

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E.g.
  • Real Sociedad also previously employed such a policy.
  • He was previously employed by the Kings School in a role as Director of Football.
  • The CBC previously employed this strategy with the shows "Rideau Hall" and "An American in Canada".

widely employed

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E.g.
  • The nutating motion is widely employed in flowmeters and pumps.
  • PEG is a widely employed indicator of a stock's possible true value.
  • The Rundbogenstil was also widely employed in Belgium, for public buildings as well as for churches.

became employed

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E.g.
  • In 1893 Roy became employed under the District judge of Rajshahi.
  • Djajakusuma became employed at the Cultural Centre as a translator and actor under Armijn Pane.
  • He then became employed at Salins du Midi, where he gained charge of maintenance and created the FO Union.

now employed

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • A small section of the people are now employed in cottage industries.
  • Benjamin is now employed by Southern Cross Austereo, working in breakfast radio in Queensland.
  • Wilson is now employed as an International Scout by Chelsea Football Club concentrating on the Scandinavian countries.
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