How Many Hours Is Considered Full Time Employment?

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Full time?employment?is employment in which the employee works the full number of hours defined as such by his/her employer. Full time employment often comes with?benefits?that are not typically offered to?part-time,?temporary, or flexible?workers. In fulltime employment, the standard workweek consists of five eight-hour days, totalling to 40 hours a week.
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