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  • n. Plural form of hirer.


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  • Finance and consulting companies are traditionally top hirers of M. B.A.s, and both are showing signs of a rebound.

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  • After slashing 2 million jobs in the recession, manufacturers have been among the most active hirers, boosting payrolls by 44,000 in April and 101,000 since December.

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  • "This is also an attempt to reduce criticism on taking jobs away from these countries, by becoming significant local hirers."

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  • To run that probe, the FSA and Swiss regulators are jointly planning to hire one of the Big Four accounting firms, which have been among the most aggressive recent hirers of FSA employees.

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  • Despite rampant layoffs and the nation's dismal 9.5% unemployment rate, most of the biggest intern hirers have continued fill their ranks with student interns in 2010.

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  • Instead of wpa programs that turn the government into the employer of last resort, the share economy idea would turn private entrepreneurs into a vast reserve army of unfilled hirers.

    Bring On The Share Economy

  • As when we last looked a month ago, the biggest hirers of the moment among midsize companies are mostly in the information technology and health care fields.

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  • Economist Robert J. Gordon of Northwestern University argues that the "shift of executive compensation towards much greater use of stock options" has made corporate managers more zealous cost-cutters in recessions and more reluctant hirers early in recoveries.

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  • One might add to this list the prospective hirers and adders to private payrolls, no more than the investors in common stocks that represent claims on financial assets.

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