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hire

1. 
a. the act of hiring or the state of being hired
b. (as modifier): a hire car
2. 
a. the price paid or payable for a person's services or the temporary use of something
b. (as modifier): the hire charge
3. for or on hire available for service or temporary use in exchange for payment
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For Rothbard, then, decision-making rents in the ERE, like the rents of land and hirable labor factors, are completely independent of entrepreneurial profits under dynamic conditions.
It asked 993 office workers who they think are the celebrities who had the most hirable faces, 27 percent of whom named Park Bo-gum for his likeable and gentle image.
I had to step out of my comfort zone and reach out to the job market and make myself hirable. But I'm glad I was inspired to take this risk.
Last year we broke the story about how 52% of IT graduates are not hirable. Their skills were way below global standards based on Proxor's exam results below:
As for that "trickle up" effect, Carothers notes that people coming out of poverty situations and into quality housing by default adapt to being more hirable and involved in the community.
University Recruiters offers candidates a step-by-step process to make them presentable, professional and hirable. It starts with learning their short- and long-term goals.
While this question did not specify the sex of the candidate directly, the ascription of these traits to men but not women on the IRAP does suggest that the hirable traits were considerably more male than female.
Each subscale predicted, with statistical significance, whether the interviewer rated the student as hirable for a summer as well as for a permanent job.