Examples of unemployed in a Sentence
the plant closings left a significant portion of the town's population unemployed
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The Civilian Conservation Corps was a public works program begun in 1933 under President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal that provided jobs for unemployed men ages 18-25.
The financial crisis and its aftermath, by swelling the ranks of the unemployed (and thus of those dependent on government help), was ammunition for politicians in regions keen to cut ties with their national economies.
As more autistic children enter adulthood, a survey by the Pennsylvania Autism Needs Assessment has found that fewer than 25 percent participate in community activities and more than two-thirds are unemployed.
Individuals who were unemployed (looking for work; not looking for work; and due to disability) had the highest rates of at-risk/problem gambling.
To win his case, though, the out-of-work quarterback needs to show only that two or more NFL teams conspired to keep him unemployed, or that a single team conspired with the league itself to do so.
Down a series of dirt roads that are still covered with mangled trees, fallen power lines and fiber-optic cables, Charco Abajo is home to about 120 people, mostly adults who are retired or unemployed, and a few children.
Catalonia has 16 percent of Spain’s total population, and only 13.2 percent are unemployed, well below the national average.
Like many other programs, Career Gear helps unemployed, formerly incarcerated, and homeless men get back on their feet.
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