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part

(Place), noun area, division, locale, location, premises, purlieus, quarter, room, section, site, spot
Associated concepts: part in a courthouse

part

(Portion), noun allocation, allowance, amount, bit, chip, chunk, collop, component, constituent, cutting, detachment, detail, division, excerpt, factor, fraction, helping, ingredient, interest, lump, measure, percentage, piece, quantity, section, segment, serving, share, slab, slice, subdivision, subgroup
Associated concepts: principal part

part

(Role), noun burden, character, charge, chore, concern, function, impersonation, job, mimesis, partes, performance, portrayal, province, realm, representation, responsibility, task, undertaking

part

(Leave), verb be gone, break away, defect, depart, escape, evacuate, get away from, go, go away, go forth, march off, migrate, move away, move out, quit, remove, retreat, separate oneself from, set off, set out, take leave, take one's departure, tear oneself away, withdraw

part

(Separate), verb be severed, be sundered, break, carve, compartmentalize, cut in two, detach, disconnect, disengage, disentangle, disjoin, dissever, dissociate, dissolve, disunite, divide, dividere, fissure, halve, isolate, keep apart, parcel, partiri, portion, section, separare, sever, sort out, split, stand between, subdivide, sunder, tear assunder, undo, unloose
See also: alienate, alight, aspect, assignment, bifurcate, break, chapter, characteristic, circuit, component, constituent, courtroom, depart, department, detach, detail, dichotomize, disband, discontinue, disengage, disjoint, disperse, dissociate, dissolve, divide, division, divorce, element, eliminate, equity, estrange, evacuate, excerpt, factor, feature, ingredient, interest, isolate, item, leave, lot, luxate, member, moiety, organ, ownership, phase, proportion, province, quit, ration, region, remove, retire, retreat, role, section, segment, separate, sever, share, split, subdivision, task, title, unit, vicinity
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As the gig economy increasingly grows, the option of choosing part-time work has become more of a consideration than ever before.
Food and Healthcare Insecurity High for Involuntary Part-Time Workers
East Yorkshire has the highest percentage of women part-time workers earning below the Living Wage at 63.
2% of persons working part-time were underemployed in 2014.
TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady said: "There is a big divide between women working full-time and those working part-time, and far too many new jobs are low-paid.
Welborn said she didn't know how much Wal-Mart will save by dropping part-time employees, but added that the company will use a third-party organization to help part-time workers find insurance alternatives: ''We are trying to balance the needs of (workers) as well as the costs of (workers) as well as the cost to Wal-Mart.
Across the UK, around two1 in five part-time jobs pay less than the living wage.
Michael Langelr of Abbotsford, British Columbia, is appointed as a part-time member in the Pacific region.
Colleges depend on part-time faculty to educate more than half of their students, yet they do not fully embrace these faculty members," the report says.
Saudization rates will not apply to employees who work for more than two entities since Saudis can work on a part-time basis for more than two companies according to the draft regulation.
These provisions will help ease the burden for some part-time faculty members and bring them closer to becoming full members of the college.
The single largest five-year increase in involuntary part-time employment since the 1970s occurred between 2007 and 2012.