moonlighting


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A popular term for working at a 2nd job after regular working hours—i.e., ‘by moonlight’

moonlighting

Physician income An Americanism, for working at a 2nd job after regular working hrs–ie, 'by moonlight'. See Libby Zion, Medical school debt, 405 Regulations.
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As most of the firms have policy of offering a fixed level of pay and work hours (Shishko and Rostker, 1976), any work policy which is divergent from an optimal hour of work as perceived by a utility maximizer worker at his/her given wage will induce him/her towards moonlighting conditioned upon a second job wage which is above his/her reservation wage at first occupation.
Moonlighting practice reflects the level of satisfaction of employees with their organization.
New Richmond Ventures will provide its formalised network of Strategic Partners and Executive Advisors to assist Moonlighting as the company scales.
While occupation can explain much of the difference in moonlighting by gender, it does very little to explain the differences by education.
The raw data indicate that the incidence of moonlighting is highest in Punjab and lowest in Balochistan.
Considering the important role that multiple-job holding can play in the economy by responding to firms' "just-in-time" labor needs, a better understanding of the cyclical nature of moonlighting can help inform the debate on how to best structure the UI tax.
The characters then raced through the studio lot as the world of Moonlighting was slowly dismantled and another executive lectured them on the perils of losing their audience and how fragile romance is.
Moonlighting provides workers with an alternative source of valuable work related outcomes such as income, training, and benefits (Factor, 1991; Henry & Rogers, 1986).
The behind-the-scenes battles on "Moonlighting" are nearly as famous as the show itself, and extras exec producer David Naylor doesn't shy from tackling these thorny topics.
Denmark's taxation minister Kristian Jensen has reportedly launched a major campaign against moonlighting.
Click on 'moonlighting' in the paragraph about his early work at Adler and Sullivan, you are transported to an Amazon book Moonlighting for Fun and Profit: How to Keep your Day Job While Earning Extra Income.