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moonlighter

a person who is registered as unemployed and draws unemployment benefit but who nonetheless takes paid work ‘on the side’ to supplement his or her income. For example, an out-of-work painter may decorate a friend's house, being paid a sum of money for undertaking the job. This and other BLACK ECONOMY transactions are not officially recorded and hence are not included in a country‘s NATIONAL INCOME ACCOUNTS. See TAX EVASION.
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5 for those moonlighters with a comparatively high standard deviation, thus labour supply decision of decision of holding more than one job is not influenced by schooling.
Another source of difficulty is the notion that some moonlighters may be hesitant to disclose their moonlighting activity because it is in violation of a policy of their primary employer; it goes unreported for tax purposes, or a host of other reasons (Perella, 1970; Taylor & Sekscenski, 1982).
As seen above, moonlighters may engage in activities that are similar to or completely different from their regular line of work.
The Moonlighter program allows like-minded individuals to collaborate on business plans, marketing and investment, while still maintaining their "day jobs.
If moonlighters face a relatively high likelihood of being laid off during periods of high unemployment, or if moonlighting rises during periods of rapid economic growth and labor shortages, then moonlighting might be procyclical (p.
Many moonlighters rushed to the EU from poor Romania this year when the bloc removed the requirement for its citizens to apply through consulates for travel visas.
When we stuccoed, we went through layers of names - it was called Oscar's, the Office, the Hillside, the Moonlighters .
The moonlighters I have recruited to create the website are all highly qualified, with experience at such companies as Deutschebank and Demon," said Ivan Ley, the entrepreneur behind the project.
The concert will feature the Rolls-Royce (Coventry) Band; the male choir Sounds of Three Spires and its female counterpart, The Belles of Three Spires, and 12-piece acappella group The Moonlighters.
A new bill introduced by Gwatney shackles the constables' ability to hire moonlighters.
But if these needs were assessed in a professional review of committee activities by a small team of independent senior financial executives - perhaps made up of moonlighters or of retired members of FEI or the Institute of Internal Auditors - such tensions would largely dissipate.
before the Supreme Court, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor inquired whether an employer can lawfully screen out moonlighters.