What are the definitions of the different types of jobs?

Contractor:
An employee who works under contract for an employer. A contract employee is hired for a specific job at a specific rate of pay. A contract employee does not become a regular addition to the staff and is not considered a permanent employee.

Full-Time Employment:
A full-time employee has ongoing employment and works, on average, around 38 hours each week. The actual hours of work for an employee in a particular job or industry are agreed between the employer and the employee and/or set by an award or registered agreement.

Part-Time Employment:
A permanent part-time employee is someone who works regular and ongoing hours, but fewer hours a week than someone working full-time. Part-time employees have access to the same entitlements as a full-time permanent employee, but on a pro-rata basis according to the hours worked.

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