In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1agencia de colocaciones feminineoficina de empleo femininebolsa de empleo feminine
- Staff at jobcentres have been ordered to take down Christmas decorations, which are also barred at Red Cross shops.
- I think the idea is to combine jobcentres and benefit offices.
- A fireman was shot as he tried to douse a blazing jobcentre and a police dog handler survived a bullet ricocheting inside his vehicle.
- The refugees reach the project either by word of mouth or by referrals from jobcentres or groups set up to help asylum seekers.
- The coalition was welcomed by Gary Sykes, office manager for jobcentre plus in Bradford.
- Una oficina que proporciona diversos servicios a los desempleados, tales como anunciar las vacantes de empleo que se producen en un área determinada y concertar entrevistas con los que ofrecen trabajo. Estas oficinas se encuentran en casi todas las poblaciones británicas y están dirigidas por el Employment Service del estado.
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