- ♦♦♦1) N-UNCOUNT Employment is the fact of having a paid job.
She was unable to find employment...
He regularly drove from his home to his place of employment.2) N-UNCOUNT Employment is the fact of employing someone.
...the employment of children under nine.3) N-UNCOUNT Employment is the work that is available in a country or area.
...economic policies designed to secure full employment.Ant:
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