That was followed by Northamptonshire (17 women working part-time
for every man) and working part-time
for every man).
a) To explore the impact of part-time
employment on the academic performance of the Secondary School Students.
a) To work for the original employer (first part-time
employer) less than eight hours per day, or less than 48 hours per week, provided that the working hours shall not be less than 20 hours per week.
The ministry has said that part-time
employment does not require the approval of his/her educational institution.
Here in Wales even with a more supportive fee regime and significant political commitment to part-time
study across all parties, we have also seen a decline in part-time
student numbers in the past five years.
The responses to these questions are used to classify part-time
workers as either part time for economic reasons (involuntary) or part time for noneconomic reasons (voluntary).
tellers processed transactions 83% of the time they were at work, compared to 72% for full-time tellers.
workers who do not want full-time work report the lowest levels of insecurity of all major employment groups, reflecting the typically enhanced socio-economic status of these households.
By contrast, Colne Valley is fifth best-performing constituency with 35.5% of women working part-time
receiving less than the Living Wage.
According to Eurostat, in Cyprus, the percentage of people working part-time
in 2014 was 14% and the underemployed 9.3%.
The company I used to work for would have offered me part-time
work, but I realised that with the shorter hours I would have become marginalised and career progression would be on hold until I returned to full-time work.
plans to eliminate health insurance coverage for some of its part-time