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  • n. Plural form of full-timer.

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Examples

  • Only three could be termed full-timers, playing more than 140 games in left in a single season.

    The Seattle Times

  • I think the difference between us is that I think this is the only way the freelancers will make more, and that a cut in the full-timers 'pay would have no effect one way or the other.

    In the ballpark

  • But, I'll repeat, the BSO full-timers are not, by any reasonably objective measurement, overpaid.

    In the ballpark

  • --- You keep implying that, if BSO full-timers got paid less, freelancers would get paid more.

    In the ballpark

  • As for the justice thing — the BSO freelancer situation stinks, and I've said so, but the leap from that to the assertion that BSO full-timers are overpaid is not good economics.

    In the ballpark

  • You keep implying that, if BSO full-timers got paid less, freelancers would get paid more.

    In the ballpark

  • If the full-timers get less, management will pocket the difference and keep paying the freelancers what they're getting paid now.

    In the ballpark

  • Even the BSO freelancer situation, which I've said and continue to say stinks (for Christ's sake, I quoted the frickin 'Internationale in my original post on it): if the full-timers had stuck up for their freelance colleagues, that would have been nice, but three years hence, the BSO doesn't seem to be having any trouble finding freelancers at reduced rates.

    In the ballpark

  • If you fall asleep in the crowd at Grace Road, where Leicestershire's first-team squad numbers 16 full-timers, you may well wake up to find yourself fielding at third man.

    Counties geared up for a tough season that will be all about survival | David Hopps

  • To maintain profit rates, these companies can downsize, outsource, and replace full-timers with temps.

    Sam Pizzigati: Life at the Top: An Endless Bowl of Bonuses

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