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What does FTP stand for?

FTP stands for Full-Time Permanent

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Some of us were lucky years ago to be able to get a mortgage because we had full-time permanent jobs, not the one year low paid often part time ones that are the norm now.
18, 2012, to "settle" the matter, the commissioners adopted a new ordinance that not only reverted back to 10-acre minimums, but added the egregious--if not ridiculous --language that requires, "the residential lot shall be owned and occupied by a relative related by blood marriage, of adoption of the owner of the remainder parcel, the former owner of the remainder parcel, or a person employed on a full-time permanent basis by an agricultural operation that engages in agriculture on the remainder parcel.
After seeing them work hard every day to help look after the residents as well as bringing fresh ideas into the home, we are delighted to be able to give Amber and Kaylie full-time permanent jobs working at Germania House, as we know how difficult it is for young people to find jobs at the moment.
The college confirmed its governing body had agreed a cost-saving plan that would result in the likely loss of 120 full-time permanent posts and 93 part-time temporary positions.
Training organisation Bloom wants to fill 25 full-time permanent jobs as part of its inaugural academy programme in central Birmingham this October.
There will be 519 permanent part time positions converted into full-time jobs with variable shifts, 454 temporary jobs converted into part time permanent positions and five temporary jobs converted into full-time permanent jobs Iberia also agreed that in the five years following the date of its merger with British Airways (LSE:BAY) it will not discriminate among Iberia employees based on their knowledge of English and that labour relations will continue to be conducted on a national basis.