meant that once you entered a company out of high-school or university, the employer would take care of you as long as you remained loyal.
The mathematical foundations for successful completion of higher education career programs lead to good-paying lifetime employment
in STEM (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) or medical fields.
Krista DiGregorio is the Director of Lesley University's Threshold Alumni Center, providing free lifetime employment
and independent living supports to all Threshold alumni.
The concept of lifetime employment
in a single firm is weaker.
It's important to change the concept of 'equal result for all,' which is representative of days of lifetime employment
, to 'equal opportunity for all' and create an environment in which people can work in accordance with their abilities.'
Invariably, the shift of Korea's labor market toward irregular work in particular after the 1998 Asian financial crisis - those working part-time or on contracts instead of the traditional lifetime employment
-is attributable to the market's greater acceptance of workers from a wider range of age groups.
For the study, , the team examined data from more than 270,000 people, including 70,000 who provided in-depth lifetime employment
information and a sub-group of more than 44,000 for whom genetic data were available.
The issue is one of potentially increasing importance as the economy transitions from one in which most workers can expect traditional full-time and lifetime employment
It contrasts this with the flexible production model in Japan, where failures in flexible labour markets in the early 20th century gave rise to lifetime employment
for core workers, and illustrates how this enabled the kaizen of continuous improvement and achievement of some of the most competitive companies in the world.
We see this training as the basis for lifetime employment
and increased responsibility and wages over time."
Right or wrong, the perception is that tenure assures teachers of lifetime employment