When infant gestational age was further added, the association of birth weight with unemployment persisted, whereas that with involuntary part time work did not; in addition, compared with women whose employment status did not change, those who switched to work paying poverty wages gave birth to infants who were significantly lighter (109 g less), as did those who left the labor force (85 g less).
What does P/T stand for?
P/T stands for Part Time
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We have 127 other meanings of P/T in our Acronym Attic
- Power Steering
- Power Supply
- Price to Sales Ratio (Compare P/E price to earnings ratio in financial circles.)
- Price/Sales Ratio
- Probability of Success
- Pre-Amp/Splitter Assembly
- Patient or Significant Other
- Paris/Torres (Star Trek characters)
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An example is a college student majoring in law and working part time in the Staff Judge Advocate office.
Gappa and Leslie (1993), for example, in their research of universities in the United States and Canada found that some teachers, who fall under Tuckman's "semi-retired" group, enjoy teaching part time after having retired from a previous career; others under the categories of "full-mooners" and "homeworkers" also enjoyed their part-time status (p.
For purposes of this study, part time employees are defined as those working fewer than 1,000 hours per year and less than 20 hours per week.
Two weeks after the birth of her son Joshua, she was attending vocational school to be a medical assistant and working part time as a waitress.
These figures represent averages over 12 months; about twice as many people worked part time at some time during the year.
Here's how a womna partner in a California CPA firm who left accounting to bring up a family, returned part time and then full time sees it.
I've been teaching part time at the Kansas City, Mo.