part-timer

[pahrt-tahy-mer]
noun
a person who works, attends school, etc., less than full time.

Origin:
1925–30; part-time + -er1

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part-time
 
adj
1.  for less than the entire time appropriate to an activity: a part-time job; a part-time waitress
 
adv
2.  on a part-time basis: he works part time
 
part-'timer
 
n

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Example sentences
He said a part-timer would help alleviate overtime and any additional
  situations.
And professional development, even if it has no registration fee, is still not
  free to a part-timer.
Budgeted headcount will decrease by a net of six full-time positions and one
  part-timer.
Rand said that it is next to impossible to schedule a part-timer for holiday
  coverage.
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