What Does Sabbatical Year Mean?


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A sabbatical year basically is a prolonged hiatus, characteristically one year, in the career of a person taken in order to accomplish a particular goal. Quite a few universities as well as other institutional employers of scientist, physicians and schools present a salaried sabbatical as a worker advantage.

Quite a few companies even give an unpaid sabbatical for people who intend to take a career break. Sabbaticals are generally taken by professors, pastors, cartoonist, musicians as well as by athletes. In United Kingdoms student's union, mainly in the advanced education organizations, students can be chosen to become sabbatical officers of their respective students union, by taking a year off from their study or by staying back at the organization for a year after completing their education.

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