English words and Examples of Usage

use "employ" in a sentence

So, we hope to expand and employ 20 individuals over the next year."

By 2030, the car maker anticipates it will employ 4,000 S.C. workers.

So they don’t really employ a lot of people in the formal sector.

The office would eventually employ several hundred to 1,000 workers, he said.

Isom went on to outline community outreach as another strategy he would employ.

They do not employ staff experienced in spotting victims of sexual exploitation.

In Kampala, for instance, 21% of refugees run businesses that employ other people.

Computer companies were forced to employ two versions of encryption: weak and strong.

Silverman: I employ a three-pronged approach to increasing diversity in my organization.

Land says she has a home computer-based business, and she can employ those who need a job.

Just as terrorism is asymmetric so too are the influence strategies that terrorists employ.

… It has to be settled out of the usual channels that you would employ in the United States."

We've never said companies should employ more people than they needed,"" Buffett said."

The restaurants will remain open and will continue to employ hundreds of people as they do now.

Construction on the data center should begin next year, and it will eventually employ 100 people.

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