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someone who is learning something
someone who has just started to learn or do something
someone who works for a particular person or company, usually for low pay, in order to learn the type of work that they do
someone who is just beginning to learn a skill or subject
someone who has recently joined an organization or group and is learning about it
a young person who receives help or training from an older experienced person
people who lack knowledge or experience
someone who has recently started to do something or be involved in something
someone who has just started a new activity
someone who has recently started to do something
an employment concept in which people are paid for each specific, short-term task that they do and don't have conventional contracts of employment
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