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The luxuries of the rich give employment to the poor, and cause money to circulate.
For the reason which such persons commonly assign, and upon which they chiefly rest, is, that the labours of the mind are greater than those of the body, and that arms give employment to the body alone; as if the calling were a porter's trade, for which nothing more is required than sturdy strength; or as if, in what we who profess them call arms, there were not included acts of vigour for the execution of which high intelligence is requisite; or as if the soul of the warrior, when he has an army, or the defence of a city under his care, did not exert itself as much by mind as by body.
Quinion suggests that it gives employment to some other boys, and that he sees no reason why it shouldn't, on the same terms, give employment to you.
At this time, as some old readers may recollect, the genteel world had been thrown into a considerable state of excitement by two events, which, as the papers say, might give employment to the gentlemen of the long robe.
Presenting a comparison of the job creation data between India and China, Gandhi said, "The Prime Minister said every year, he will give employment to two crore youth.
PHEC Chairman Dr Nizamuddin said that the government did not have sufficient resources to give employment to each and every person so there was need to promote entrepreneurship programs in our academic institutions.
It would also penalise employers for changing shifts at short notice and give employment protection rights to sub-contracted staff.
Fix the rates and give employment or else vacate the post)," Gandhi tweeted attaching a news report of the hike.
Employment Affairs Minister Regina Doherty said: "Today's figures together with the unemployment rate of 6% also published this week, reflect the continued improvement in the economy which, in turn continues to give employment and creates jobs.
Can you give employment to some 7,000 residents (here) who will lose their jobs?
Ann Glancey: "Tymemouth is beautiful and should be enhanced by upgrading venues such as this, plus it will give employment to people, no matter how small the number, and encourage special events.
In response to a question by the student he admitted that Government is not equipped to give employment to all the youth.