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  • adj. Attributive form of lifetime job, noun.


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  • There is a notable division between countries that gave people work security by having lifetime-job guarantees and rigid labour markets - like Spain and France - and those that did so with more expensive, but more flexible, government safety-net programs, like Germany and

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  • Under the offer, the Guild's 190 lifetime-job holders can't get laid off until January 2009 and those cut loose would get $33,000 plus severance.

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