Examples of unemployed in a Sentence
the plant closings left a significant portion of the town's population unemployed
Recent Examples of unemployed from the Web
The state Department of Labor on Monday released the January unemployment statistics that showed 2.9 percent of the state’s workforce is unemployed.
The couple were unemployed and had dated for about five years when Trinity was born, according to social worker records obtained by The Post.
Today, 16% of people born abroad are unemployed—one of the highest rates in the OECD.
When Roosevelt was inaugurated some 15 million Americans were unemployed and the United States was in the middle of a banking panic.
The result of these laws is that many of these offenders end up unemployed and homeless.
As the Royals prepped for their first full-squad workout on Monday, dozens of valuable players remained free agents, still unemployed and not in camp.
The jobs report shows just 4.1 percent unemployed and 200,000 jobs added in January.
Although 244,000 beneficiaries were unemployed and an additional 58,000 worked fewer than 20 hours a week, only 580 of those attended a Gateway to Work orientation over 15 months.
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UNEMPLOYED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of unemployed for English Language Learners
: having no job : not employed
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