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employment

US [ɪmˈplɔɪmənt]
UK [ɪm'plɔɪmənt]
  • n.就业;工作;职业;雇用
  • Web使用;雇佣;就业问题
Plural Form:employments  
Employment
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n.
1.
[u][c]
工作;职业;受雇work, especially when it is done to earn money; the state of being employed
to be in paid employment
有拿工资的工作
full-time/part-time employment
全职╱兼职工作
conditions/terms of employment
雇用条件╱条款
Graduates are finding it more and more difficult to find employment.
毕业生感到找工作越来越难。
pensions from previous employments
以前工作的退休金
2.
[u]
就业the situation in which people have work
The government is aiming at full employment .
政府在力求实现充分就业。
Changes in farming methods have badly affected employment in the area.
耕作方法的改变严重影响了这个地区的就业。
3.
[u]
雇用the act of employing sb
The law prevented the employment of children under ten in the cotton mills.
法律禁止棉纺厂雇用十岁以下的童工。
4.
[u]
~ (of sth)
使用;利用the use of sth
the employment of artillery in the capture of the town
在攻城时使用大炮

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