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job creation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjob creationˈjob creˌation noun [uncountable]  the process of making more paid jobs available job creation schemes
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job creationIn all other business size categories, job creation either remained constant or actually declined.The scheme offers a tailor-made development package involving support for job creation, project development and training.In job creation terms its return on the £170 million so far invested has been small.National wage agreements no longer guarantee job security, particularly when currency fluctuations can make job creation unprofitable, he said.But the policy emphasis was always on job creation stimulated by economic development rather than on direct assistance to the unemployed.
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