midlevel

mid·lev·el

 (mĭd′lĕv′əl)
n.
The middle stage or level, as in a series, course of action, or career.
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CCFS is a midlevel credential for food safety professionals that demonstrates expertise in how to ensure food is safe for consumers throughout the manufacturing and processing environment.
Walmart is testing a new store employee structure, in some cases using fewer midlevel store managers to oversee workers while boosting pay and responsibilities for those roles, The Wall Street Journal's Sarah Nassauer reports.
Mirziyoev's second daughter, Shakhnoza, holds a midlevel post in the Preschool Education Ministry.
"As our company plans for long-term growth, the need for entry-level to midlevel talent, both degreed and non-degreed, has expanded, "said Tiffany McGowen, Paycom's vice president of recruiting.
Michael Goldstein is a midlevel administrator and adjunct professor in the business department of Kingsborough Community College.
'While prices of condo units significantly rise in the area over time, it continues to be at a midlevel price range compared to other cities in the country,' Tanco said.
So why didn't the Lakers attempt to sign him using their midlevel exception?
If the bill passes the legislature, Hong Kong and Macau residents who meet the criteria can also apply to work in Taiwan as a midlevel skilled workers.
In addition, as noted in the past, there are midlevel professionals who bill independently (that is, without direct supervision) for destruction of premalignant lesions, biopsies of skin lesions, excisions of skin cancer, surgical repairs, and flaps/grafts (JAMA Dermatol.
However, in each asset class the representation of women falls as responsibilities increase, to 23% of midlevel staff and 10.5% of senior staff.