Examples of unemployable in a Sentence
His drug addiction has made him unemployable.
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Exposure would likely result in the loss of security clearances, rendering analysts and officers unemployable in the field of intelligence.
Some fear that this is the beginning of a worrying trend, where automation leaves ever greater numbers of people structurally unemployable.
Its central character is Diane Lockhart, who retires from her job as managing partner of a big corporate law firm only to get embroiled in a personal and financial crisis that leaves her desperate for work—and virtually unemployable.
His inner circle was a hodgepodge of Breitbart alumni, nominally Democratic financiers, Trump Organization employees on loan, the odd reality-show star and Republicans who would have been unemployable in almost any other administration.
Freeze could be subject to a show cause making him unemployable for a period of time.
The program allows the VA to more fully compensate disabled veterans, including those with PTSD, whose disability renders them unemployable.
Unemployable older citizens are, for the most part, entitled to the generous benefits of the western German social-welfare system.
While a swath of the population may become unemployable, the uptake of work by machines and computers will fuel demand for leisure among those who can afford it, according to the 66-year-old luxury magnate.
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