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    characterise

    hi there,
    What does it mean by '...the new but older workforce...'? Does 'older' mean senior?

    Responsibility, stablity and punctuality are the most often-noted qualities characterise the new but older workforce fournd fast-food establishments.

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    pete

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    Re: characterise

    Quote Originally Posted by peter123 View Post
    hi there,
    What does it mean by '...the new but older workforce...'? Does 'older' mean senior?

    Responsibility, stablity and punctuality are the most often-noted qualities characterise the new but older workforce fournd fast-food establishments.

    Thanks
    pete
    Senior or experienced.
    Responsibility, stability and punctuality are the most often noted qualities that characterise the new, but older, workforce found in fast food establishments.
    Note the changes.

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