Spanish translation: New Work Pizza busca empleados a tiempo parcial
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Thank you very much for your translation. I voted for it because 'empleados a tiempo parcial' seems to be the most commonly used form based on what the peer comments say and on what I've seen on the internet.
My thanks also to the other answerers Russi, tradym, Daniela Vitancourt, Luis M. Cuerdo Galarraga and Luis Medina. I can see where these translations also might be used by some people and in certain situations.
To Teju and GiovannI. Hello, I saw your message. Thanks. I was interested in this sentence just for grammatical and linguistic purposes not for an advertisement. I adapted it from a message written in verncular Puerto Rican Spanish - "New York Pizza ke esta reklutando gente part-time..." . Yet, I know that this is not how it would be said or written in standard Spanish and I was just curious as to what the standard Spanish form is? It looks like all of the answers given so far are right in some way or nearly so. Therefore, I will be careful in voting.
It depends on your target audience. Spanish is not the same in all Spanish-speaking countries. I've checked the answers below, and some of the them seem are perfect for Spaniards, but will sound odd in Latinos' ears, so you should be careful in choosing..
Interesante debate sobre cual es la mejor manera de traducir part-time. Como siempre, depende de donde se va a leer esto. Sin duda que el "tiempo medio" se usa mucho. Lo de "jornada", es de España y en EEUU no se entiende bien. Yo utilizo "parcial".
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new york pizza is now hiring people part-time.
New York Pizza busca empleados a medio tiempo
Explanation: Ons way of saying it
David Russi United States Local time: 13:39 Works in field Native speaker of: English, Spanish PRO pts in category: 144