Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Employment"

The meaning of "Employment" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does employment experience mean?
A: Yup ,employment experience is the same as work/job experience.
Q: What does employment mean?
A: can u please show me an example sentence please
Q: What does employment sector or natural of business mean?
A:

Did you mean: ‘employment sector or nature of business?

Employment sector = what area of employment are you interested in, examples: service sector, construction sector, IT sector...



Nature of business = what type of business is it, what does your business do?

Question: ‘What is the nature of your business?’

Answer: ‘My business provides car tire repair or replacement’.


Q: What does limited employment entitlements mean?
A: I’m not fully sure what it means because I have not come across this term before.

It could mean something slightly different in your workplace or context.

But by breaking it down it could mean ...

Limited means - small, few or short

Employment means - your work

Entitlement means - rights to something


So I’m assuming this means that there is restrictions (few or short amounts) of work rights and benefits.


I hope this helps!! :)


Q: What does "employment experience" mean?
A: Experience that a person gains while working in a specific field or occupation.

Example sentences using "Employment"

Q: Please show me example sentences with employ
employment.
A: Recently, there has been an increase in employment
Q: Please show me example sentences with employ, employment and employee. What does it mean?.
A: employ - to use or to take someone on for a job "The company employs 100 people"
employment - the state of using or employing someone -"This month there was a fall in the numbers of people in employment"
employee - the person employed i.e. who has a job. "The manager told the employee to work until 6pm".

Synonyms of "Employment" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between employment and employ(noun) ?
A: I am in employment. (a state of being employed, the work force) This can also be said as "i have a job". Employment = noun

I am looking for employment = I am looking for a job

I am an employee of this company (i am a person who works for this company) employee = noun

I am employed. (i am being paid, I have a job,) its a verb (i think)

I have been employed. I will be employed. I think it can also be an adjective.

I will employ you (i will hire you to work for me) = verb.

This is very hard to explain, but i hope this helps 🧸

Q: What is the difference between The employment training is bothersome and The employment training is a pain the neck ?
A: Hi, thanks for explaining more :-)

Unfortunately I don't know any Japanese. I agree it's hard to just sit all day.

I think you can say I don't feel like going to employee training. I hate sitting around all day. It's not very engaging. (Or you could even say it's boring.)
Q: What is the difference between The employment of children is prohibited ~~ and The employment of children is banned ~~ ?
A: Prohibited means formally forbid (something) by law, rule, or other authority. Banned is more of a legal way of saying you aren't allowed access to something.
Q: What is the difference between employment and career ?
A: employment is a job that does not have a promotion. but a career is someone journey through work.

I got employed at McDonald's.

My career at McDonald's is going well, I got promoted.

Translations of "Employment"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Did you write legibly enough on your employment application?
Is it right?
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? employment
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? employment
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? employment
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Other questions about "Employment"

Q: academic And employment background or backgroundS ?
「I strongly believe that my academic and employment background, as outlined in detail ~」
A: Backgrounds
Q: For Ensuring employment opportunities for foreigners and improvement of working environment, B city will cooperate with related organizations such as local public employment security office and commercial and industrial association. Does this sound natural?
A: Really good!
Q: ‎They may believe that they are more likely to find employment and enjoy a better quality of life,but the movement of population to urban areas can cause many problems. Does this sound natural?
A: ‎They may believe that they are more likely to find employment and enjoy a better quality of life. But the movement of people to more urban areas can cause many problems.
Q: I will go to the public employment security office,it's called "Hello Work" in Japan,in about 30 minutes. Does this sound natural?
A: ‎I will go to the public employment security office,it's called "Hello Work" in Japan, in about 30 minutes.

I added a space between the comma after "Japan" and "in"

specifically in western Canada "about a half hour" is more common. 30 minutes maybe more common in other places.
Q: I have three employment interview on this week... I'm so nervous,but do my best. Does this sound natural?
A: I have three job interviews this week... I'm so nervous, but I'll do my best.

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