In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in UK)oficina de empleo femininebolsa de trabajo feminine
- As for the training of unemployed whose training is financed by labour exchanges, this tendency has been especially conspicuous in the course of the past two years.
- The labour exchanges would provide certification services for workers, as well as job placement and skills upgrading services for unskilled workers.
- The labour exchanges are closely connected with the European network of EURES Advisers.
- William Beveridge, who was commissioned to set up a combined scheme of labour exchanges and unemployment benefits, set up the Labour Exchanges division of the board in 1909.
- Registration at the labour exchanges was voluntary.
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