Słownik dla poszukujących pracy - Krzysztof Czekierda
list of occupations
Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
She speeded up the book so that the list of occupations raced past, then turned back to the beginning.
The following is a list of occupations that are most susceptible to hearing loss:
The following are lists of occupations grouped by category.
But this list of occupations is hardly comprehensive.
Come on, let's add fencing hustler to your list of occupations."
This is a list of occupations.
Skilled Occupation List is a list of occupations which are currently acceptable for immigration to Australia.
Evidence commonly cited in support of this analysis is the close agreement found between persons who are asked to rank-order according to prestige a list of occupations.
I sent off my $5 and I got back a list of occupations: TV repairman, shoe salesman, musician, fireman, axe murderer.
Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List - the list of occupations eligible for a 457 visa - from the Immigration Department web site.
The sirventes is a long and humorous list of occupations he claims to have had, including bos meges, quant es locs: "a good physician, when it's time".
The list of occupations by prestige assembled by the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) is the one most commonly used.
To learn more about qualifying occupations, see the Diversity Visa Instructions Frequently Asked Questions and the List of Occupations webpage.
An extensive list of occupations involving the use of RF sealers and heaters is presented in Section II of the attached Appendix.
Among a list of occupations for which the school offers training, Mr. Sharma has wryly highlighted a few: "Executive assisting," "Legal executive assisting," "Computer technical support."
Angelou's long list of occupations attested to the challenges, especially in her second autobiography Gather Together in My Name, she faced as a working teenager mother, which often led Angelou to questionable decisions.
In 1811, the death of established local surveyor John Williams of Newland, near Margam, Glamorgan, enabled Young to add surveyor to his list of occupations, filling the niche that Newland left in the region for the next decade.
The employer must recruit under the standards for professional occupations set forth in 656.17(e)(1) if the occupation involved is on the list of occupations, published in Appendix A to the preamble of the final PERM regulation, for which a bachelor's or higher degree is a customary requirement.