seasonal worker

NOUN
  1. a worker who finds employment only in certain seasons
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How To Use seasonal worker In A Sentence

  • After all, if there were no seasonal workers, how would an Upper Canadian feel if he came East on his vacation and found there was no one to cook his lobster?
  • There is, however, little knowledge of the sexual and contraceptive behaviour of seasonal workers from which public policy can be developed.
  • The government does not intend to open a new seasonal workers scheme. Times, Sunday Times
  • Men who had been seasonal workers formerly began talking of going stone-gathering and ditching during the winter.
  • I humbly suggest that the overall figure for full and part-time workers is around 85 people and that the majority of these are seasonal workers employed for a week or two at most to kill the animals and harvest their pelts.
  • His family farm has grown to employ 800 full-time staff and 2,500 seasonal workers.
  • The government does not intend to open a new seasonal workers scheme. Times, Sunday Times
  • Seasonal workers are run ragged at this time of year, trying to slake the desires of Christmas-crazed consumers like me.
  • What our Prime Minister said, and what we said to your Prime Minister and to the Forum Minister, is that Australia knows that a lot of countries in the Pacific, including Tonga, are very interested in the idea of what we call labour mobility – the seasonal workers scheme. Transcript - Parliamentary Secretary for Pacific Island Affairs - The Hon Duncan Kerr MP
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