from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Acquired or learned while working at a job: on-the-job training.
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- adj. obtained whilst working
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- adj. relating to or associated with a job or employment
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The payments were made related to "seven events, so-called on-the-job training" between 2000 and 2007, the prosecutor's office said.
"It's been kind of on-the-job training, assisted by the sheriffs," he said.
If we look at it from a jobs perspective, 70 percent of United States jobs require only on-the-job training, 10 percent require technical training, and 20 percent require a college education.
In a 2010 report on employment trends, the International Labor Organization notes that comprehensive training, as well as programs that include classroom and on-the-job training, technical and non-technical assistance, financial support for the employer and employee, and job placement services have all been shown to have the most success in advancing youth employment.
It proves even more difficult to explain why it is priced at six-figures when it might be more appropriately offered as a certificate course or on-the-job training.
After destroying his knee in an on-the-job motorcycle crash, Scutellaro left the force to indulge an idea he'd been working on for the better part of a decade: starting a full-service security company for athletes that provides safe drivers, undercover bodyguards and unofficial angels-on-the-shoulder.
Given high unemployment, companies could hire young workers to replace older ones, but many jobs require years of on-the-job training.
Soon, the president will be signing a fifth Make It In America bill, which promotes private sector, on-the-job training for veterans in the growing energy sector.
Spitting in the Face of The Devil begins with Brader receiving word that his father a former Marine has succumbed to an on-the-job heart attack.
Hungarian police have confiscated documents from the company, and the National Investigation Office was looking into whether on-the-job carelessness was a factor in the disaster.
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