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Time-Poor

A slang term describing a person who has little or no free time due to his/her workload. It may refer to a person who is unable to take on additional projects, or to one who has no life outside work because he/she works almost constantly.
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Or do women, working women in particular, continue to be time poor? With no TUS since 2007, we do not have national-level statistics to gauge trends in time spent by men and women in productive and reproductive activities and the associated time poverty.
Measuring time and accounting for one's time is directly related to the structure of society and is planned to divide society into the haves who control their time with the have-nots where their time is controlled by others." Julkunen (1977) recognized the ideological element in which "(t)he masses were educated to appreciate time." In this sense, "time" is a commodity that results in large numbers of people experiencing "time poverty" or moving into the ranks of the "time poor."
With an RRSP of 3 [pounds sterling] for a 425g meal, the premium range is positioned as a healthy alternative for time poor occasions.
has raised a total of $9 million from high profile executives (including the CEO of Net-A-Porter and the founders of Lion Capital) to expand its so-called "fast beauty" proposition--in which "time poor women" can stop in for quick blow outs, makeup applications and manicures.
The range is aimed at young people and busy parents - and time poor bakers who want to rustle up that quick, great quality tasty cake.
Speaking to Gulf News, Joeda Evans, one of the spokespersons for Arden Healthcare that organised the seminar, spoke of the concept of EoACAycash rich, time poor', stating that the number of overweight and obese people is on the rise in developing countries, and the UAE is one of the top 10 countries with the highest rate of obesity.
It's a scary thing for Bristol Palin, as someone really wants her off 'Dancing With The Stars.' And this is no joke, because it's the second time poor Bristol has been targeted.
Diagnostic facilities are very expensive affair and most of the time poor people are deprived of it because education and health are the least priorities of our rulers.
"The full-time working mother is time poor and doing much more than their mothers and grandmothers in terms of being completely responsible for the family," the Daily Telegraph quoted research director Laura Demasi as saying.
Under the BISP for the first time poor people of the area are getting financial benefits at their door steps.
David Hamilton, Director of Innovations for Kerry Foods comments: "Tasty Little Numbers is a brand that resonates with modern, time poor consumers, it offers taste, health, indulgence and convenience ...
Women are found to be more time poor than men whether employed or not.