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employment /ɪmˈplɔɪmənt/ noun [uncountable]

شغل ، کاربرد نیروها یا جنگ افزارها استفاده از ، استعمال ، کاربرد ، اشتغال ، بکارگیری ، کارگماری ، استخدام ، عمران: استخدام ، قانون ـ فقه: اشتغال ، روانشناسی: اشتغال ، بازرگانی: استخدام ، علوم نظامی: به کار بردن یکانها
- taking on, engagement, enlistment, hire, retaining
- use, application, exercise, exertion, utilization
- job, line, occupation, profession, trade, vocation, work
Related Words: purpose, disposition, exercise, exploitation, handling, utilization, assignment, mission, office, position, post, situation, function, enlistment, enrollment, recruitment, signing on
English Thesaurus: job, work, profession, occupation, career, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

employment S2 W1 /ɪmˈplɔɪmənt/ noun [uncountable]
[Word Family: noun: employee, employer, employmentunemployment, unemployed, employ; adjective: employed ≠ unemployed, employableunemployable; verb: employ]

1. the condition of having a paid job:
She was offered employment in the sales office.
terms and conditions of employment
employment opportunities/prospects
The employment prospects for science graduates are excellent.
Steve’s still looking for full-time employment.
the needs of women who combine paid employment and care for their families
in employment
21.7% of all those in employment were in part-time jobs.

2. the act of paying someone to work for you
employment of
Mexican law prohibits the employment of children under 14.

3. the number of people who have jobs Antonym : unemployment:
Nationwide employment now stands at 95%.
full employment (=a situation in which everyone has a job)
Many economists consider full employment an unrealistic goal.

4. formal the use of a particular object, method, skill etc to achieve something
employment of
Was the employment of force justified?

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. paid, salaried | full-time, part-time | lifelong, lifetime, long-term, permanent, stable | short-term, temporary | regular | casual | seasonal | gainful, meaningful The company was one of the first to offer meaningful employment to the blind.
full, total The government aims to achieve full employment within three years.
high, low an area of very low employment
large-scale Steel making is the only local industry offering large-scale employment.
manual | skilled, unskilled | blue-collar, white-collar | factory, office
QUANT. level policies aimed at maintaining a high level of employment
VERB + EMPLOYMENT look for, seek recent graduates seeking employment
find, gain, get, obtain, secure He finally secured employment in a local factory.
take up (formal) He took up employment with the company in May 2002.
give up, lose She lost her employment when the firm closed.
give sb, offer sb | create, generate, provide This investment will certainly create employment in the area. The steelworks provided employment for thousands of people.
boost, increase, raise, stimulate policies designed to stimulate employment
EMPLOYMENT + VERB increase, rise | fall
EMPLOYMENT + NOUN opportunities, possibilities, prospects There are few employment prospects in the town for unqualified young people. | rights | training | status The survey studied the employment status and lifestyle of people within the community.
agency | contract | conditions, terms | figures, records, statistics | levels | patterns, trends | market school-leavers entering the employment market
policy the government's full-employment policy
practices The firm's employment practices have been widely criticized.
PREP. in ~ Most of last year's graduates are now in employment. | out of ~ She had been out of employment for three years.
PHRASES conditions of employment trade union concerns such as conditions of employment and health and safety
a contract of employment, patterns/trends of employment significant changes in patterns of employment
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[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


paid employment (=a job for which you receive money)
51% of women return to paid employment within 5 years of having a child.
full-time/part-time employment
Mike is in full-time employment, but his wife is not working.
permanent/temporary employment
university graduates entering permanent employment for the first time
long-term/regular employment (=working for the same company for a long time)
She finally found regular employment at a hospital in York.
continuous employment (=working all the time, without any periods being unemployed)
You can join the pension scheme after two years of continuous employment with the company.
give/offer somebody employment
He was offered employment in the company’s main office.
provide employment (=offer jobs to people)
The new power station will provide employment for around 400 people.
create employment (=make new jobs)
The government is trying to stimulate the economy and create employment.
find/get employment
The men hope to find employment in the construction industry.
obtain/secure employment formal (=get employment)
He found it difficult to obtain employment because of his criminal record.
look for employment (also seek employment formal)
My son had to leave the farm and seek employment elsewhere.
employment opportunities (=jobs that are available for people to apply for)
There are very few employment opportunities in the area.
employment prospects (=someone’s chances of getting a job)
Better qualifications will improve your employment prospects.
employment rights (=the rights that someone has in their job)
Part-time workers don’t have the same employment rights as full-time staff.
employment levels (=the number of people employed in an area )
Employment levels in the region are above the national average.
employment conditions (also conditions of employment) (=details about someone’s employment such as how much they are paid, how much holiday they get etc)
All workers have a right to a fair wage and decent conditions of employment.
an employment contract (also a contract of employment) (=an official document stating the details about someone’s employment)
There is a clause in your employment contract covering holiday entitlement.
employment terms (also terms of employment) (=the details about someone’s employment that are written in their employment contract, including rules that they must follow)
It’s in the terms of their employment that they can’t go on strike.
loss of employment
Closure of the factory will lead to a substantial loss of employment.
sb’s place of employment formal (=the building where they work)
They had a long journey to their place of employment.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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