Definition of 'work experience'
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Two thirds of firms found people with work experience more knowledgeable. The Sun (2010)How are interns or people on work experience meant to do it? Times, Sunday Times (2015)But making young people do unpaid work experience before they can get benefits is entirely right. The Sun (2012)And two thirds of companies said people with work experience were more knowledgeable. The Sun (2011)Many include an extended period of work experience. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Effective use of space will allow for more relevant work experience to appear on page one. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Young people deserve quality work experience. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Be kind to the work experience - she could be your boss one day. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Isn't that what work experience people are for? Times, Sunday Times (2009)WAITROSE are launching a pioneering scheme to give paid work experience to people with no qualifications. The Sun (2012)The 22-year-old landed the job after a period of work experience as part of her degree in food science. The Sun (2012)Work experience appears to help. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I don't agree with any kind of work experience being allowed either. The Sun (2013)He said the business has poured 6m of its own money into not-for-profit schemes to help young people gain work experience and jobs. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Short periods of work experience can fill gaps in a CV, and let you gain contacts. The Sun (2012)
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Translations for 'work experience'
British English: work experience /wɜːk ɪkˈspɪərɪəns/ NOUN
Work experience is a period of time that a young person, especially a student, spends working in a company as a form of training.
- American English: work experience
- Arabic: خِبْرَةُ العَمَل
- Brazilian Portuguese: experiência de trabalho
- Chinese: 工作经验
- Croatian: radno iskustvo
- Czech: praxe pracovní zkušenosti
- Danish: arbejdserfaring
- Dutch: werkervaring
- European Spanish: experiencia laboral
- Finnish: työkokemus
- French: stage en entreprise
- German: Praktikum
- Greek: προϋπηρεσία
- Italian: esperienza lavorativa
- Japanese: 労働体験
- Korean: 경력
- Norwegian: arbeidserfaring
- Polish: doświadczenie zawodowe
- European Portuguese: experiência de trabalho
- Romanian: experiență profesională
- Russian: опыт работы
- Spanish: experiencia laboral
- Swedish: arbetslivserfarenhet
- Thai: ประสบการณ์การทำงาน
- Turkish: iş deneyimi
- Ukrainian: досвід роботи
- Vietnamese: kinh nghiệm nghề nghiệp
Definition of work experience from the Collins English Dictionary
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