The noun "employment" can be both countable and uncountable.
employment → uncountable
Meaning: the giving of work to someone, or the state of having work
Example sentence: The employment of young children in full-time work is not allowed.
employment → countable
Meaning: an exchange of labour for payment, usually under contract
Example sentence: Please list your previous employments and any pensions you receive for them.
Note: The countable meaning of "employment" is mostly found in written documents and regulations, and is not normally used in everyday conversation.
In which sentence is the word "employment" uncountable?
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Contributor: Matt Errey