Examples of unemployed in a Sentence
the plant closings left a significant portion of the town's population unemployed
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Thomas, whose contract includes a $1.1 million base salary this season, an $831,250 roster bonus and a $50,000 workout bonus, talked this week with unemployed former San Francisco 49ers Pro Bowl safety Eric Reid.
Many supporters of López Obrador have been adversely affected by the 24-year-old deal, as Mexico began importing billions of dollars’ worth of agricultural products such as corn, leaving thousands of small-scale grain farmers unemployed.
In the town of Nacajuca, unemployed oilmen from the indigenous Chontal community played cards on a recent day in the shade of roadside concrete pavilions.
There were tenants and sharecroppers who were organizing, there were unemployed individuals who were organizing.
Of those citizens, 70 percent are still unemployed three years after their release, said Jeff Donofrio, the director of Detroit's workforce development office in Mayor Mike Duggan's administration.
The game takes pains to show mass protests over the unemployment rate spiking past 35 percent, never really acknowledging that even unemployed slobs can apparently afford to buy a capable android to cater to their every whim.
Sometime before the sun fully rose on March 2, an unemployed college dropout arrived on Haverford Drive in northeast Austin and walked beneath the canopy of an oak tree.
As a matter of fact, there's roughly 6.7 million available jobs in the country and there are 6.4 million people who are unemployed.
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Definition of unemployed for English Language Learners
: having no job : not employed
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