: a state of not being employed: unemploymenttwo months of nonemployment… provides no information about its contributors other than an indication of their place of employment or, for some authors, their city of nonemployment.— Joel Conarroe
Examples of nonemployment in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebThe initial Russian campaign represents completely irrational force employment and, in many cases, frankly, nonemployment.
Isaac Chotiner, The New Yorker, 11 Mar. 2022 The nonemployment crisis of the 2010s and the opioid crisis of the 2010s weren’t completely separate.
New York Times, 4 Dec. 2020 Suicide, divorce and opioid abuse are all associated with nonemployment, and many facts suggest that the misery of joblessness is far worse than that of a low-paying job.
Edward Glaeser, WSJ, 9 July 2018 Other reasons for prime-age nonemployment, such as school enrollment, have declined even more slowly than disability.
Ernie Tedeschi, New York Times, 15 Mar. 2018 Some have pointed to the benefits in disability programs, particularly the rise in benefit awards for musculoskeletal conditions, though others argue the effect of these programs on nonemployment has been small.
Ernie Tedeschi, New York Times, 15 Mar. 2018
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