Examples of unemployed in a Sentence
the plant closings left a significant portion of the town's population unemployed
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Bloomberg Intelligence: Provident Financial Isn’t Canary in Coal Mine; Vanquis a Concern Provident serves 2.4 million customers, many of them unemployed or on welfare.
The July rate represents about 96,251 unemployed persons in Alabama, down from 100,187 in June.
The unemployed worker count, however, is down 18.6 percent from July 2016.
In 2015, the Economic Policy Institute found that black people are twice as likely to be unemployed as whites, regardless of their level of education.
The two-decade-old Hartz reforms — named after Peter Hartz, head of a German commission on labor-market reforms — have created a number of vocational retraining initiatives for the unemployed.
In 1967, 25-30 percent of Black youth were unemployed.
On March 30, Trump signed a law that requires the unemployed to undergo a drug test before receiving compensation benefits from the government.
Carr, who is unemployed, suspects it's been difficult to find steady work due to the visible impacts of her bleaching.
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