High percentages of Americans work nonstandard schedules over the course of their worklife; almost 90 percent of those ages 14 to 18 in 1979 had at least one such experience by age 39, with some marked differences by gender, race or ethnicity, and education.
What does NS stand for?
NS stands for Nonstandard
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See other definitions of NS
We have 71 other meanings of NS in our Acronym Attic
- No Surrender
- No Synchronization
- Node Switches
- Non Sequitur (Latin: Not Continuing, epigraphy)
- Non Serviceable
- Non Stop
- Non-Stationary Stochastic (neural information processing)
- Non-Structural (molecular biology)
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In this report, GAO addresses (1) the extent to which DOD's use of nonstandard forces to meet ground force requirements has impacted the force and (2) the extent to which DOD has faced challenges in managing the training and use of these forces, and taken steps to address any challenges.
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Nonstandard Work in Developed Economies: Causes and Consequences.