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I have a question.If you have employment,are you looking for work?

Pleaase answer quicky........It is due on 22/06/05.

Sandy


You can have employment but still be looking for another job or advancement in the same area. On the other hand, you can be satisfied with your employment (job) and not looking for work.

If you are paid (employed) to do nothing, you might want to engage in specific tasks to occupy your time (work).

On the other hand, it would depend on which definitions are being used. Look up both words in a hardbound or online dictionary to help you make your decision.

This is unlikely to be the type of answer you are seeking, but I hope it helps. Thanks for asking.


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