The closures will result in the loss of 833 full-time jobs
, which will affect up to 928 full-time and part-time workers.
will provide the company a grant of up to $35,000 to train Indiana resident employees, up to $220,000 of tax credits based on new full-time jobs
and up to $350,000 of tax credits for qualified investment in the project.
The number of full-time jobs
The project is expected to create 13 full-time jobs
, and the company expects to save $78,400 over 10 years.
Cabinet members Andrew Pinnock, Andrew Cooper and Dennis Hullock all have full-time jobs
While the rich kids buy the latest digital jobber in between car detailing appointments and golf games, Tadashi holds down two full-time jobs
to subsidize his habit.
Board members have full-time jobs
and serve on a volunteer basis; managing a building is the full-time job
of the agent who should bring a wealth of experience to every aspect of its management.
City statistics show that between 2002 and the end of June 2004, 494 full-time jobs
have been created in the local customer contact industry (call centres), off the rolls of Ontario Works.
Less than eight in ten of the graduates with full-time jobs
reported having a basic medical plan as part of their employment.
Germany states that the project at the new site will create 1 359 new permanent full-time jobs
and 40 full-time jobs
"The number of full-time jobs
available continues to fall, and those jobs are often short-term contracts calling for highly specialized skills and are thus accessible to a limited number of people," the bishops said.
The non-agricultural sector had 510,000 fewer full-time jobs
in January than it did a year earlier.
They either live too far away from universities with graduate music programs, have families or full-time jobs
, or any combination of these limitations."
In Job Hunting for Dummies, Max Messmer says, "Thirty-eight percent of temporary workers today have been offered full-time jobs
at companies where they were on assignments."
The district offered student teaching opportunities, or full-time jobs
once the students graduated.