the state of being unemployed or not having a job; "unemployment is a serious social evil"; "the rate of unemployment is an indicator of the health of an economy"
(unemployed) not engaged in a gainful occupation; "unemployed workers marched on the capital"
unemployed people: people who are involuntarily out of work (considered as a group); "the long-term unemployed need assistance"
The state of having no job; joblessness; The phenomenon of joblessness in an economy; The level of joblessness in an economy, often measured as a percentage of the workforce; A type of joblessness due to a particular economic mechanism; An instance or period of joblessness
Unemployed people; Having no job (despite being able and willing to work)
(Unemployed) Civilians who had no employment but were available for work and (1) had engaged in any specific job-seeking activity within the past 4 weeks; (2) were waiting to be called back to a job from which they had been laid off; or (3) were waiting to report to a new wage or salary job ...
(Unemployed) Not currently employed. This could include people looking for work, or people engaged in other activities such as homemakers, students or volunteers.
(Unemployed) Persons, aged 16 years or older, who are not working but are able to work, available for work, and seeking either full-time or part-time work. ...
(Unemployed) Persons aged 15 years and over who were not employed during the reference week, and
(Unemployed) Not working and looking for work.
Unemployed persons are those civilians who, during the survey week, have no employment but are available for work, and (1) have engaged in any specific job seeking activity within the past 4 weeks such as registering at a public or private employment office, meeting with prospective employers, ...
(Unemployed) Those individuals, 16 years of age or older, who have no job but are available for work and actively seeking work during the reference week (the week including the 12th of the month). ...
(Unemployed) You are considered unemployed in any week you work less than 32 hours in employment, self-employment or volunteer work and have gross earnings of less than your weekly benefit amount.
(2. unemployed) بے شغل۔ خالی۔ بیکار۔ ٹھالی
(Unemployed) 1994 Connecticut Department of Labor annual average.
(Unemployed) An RN or LPN/VN who does not receive compensation for work. This includes individuals who are (a) seeking employment that requires licensure and/or educational preparation as a nurse, or (b) seeking employment that does not require licensure and/or educational preparation as a nurse.
(Unemployed) Defines a person who, in the 12 months previous to employment, had no earned income.
(Unemployed) Those whose numbers we leftists seek to inflate and highlight during Republican presidential administrations, while underestimating and downplaying them during Democratic presidential administrations. ...
(unemployed) "I know, of course, how important it is not to keep a business engagement," remarks one of Wilde's characters, "if one wants to retain any sense of the beauty of life. ...
You are unemployed if you are not working, either as an employee or as a person who is selfemployed.
adj senlabora; unemployed person senlaborulo
When a previously employed worker is “laid off” or involuntarily “not in gainful employment,” he or she is considered unemployed and possibly eligible for certain state and federal compensation and benefits.
Number of people within the economically active population (people between 15-65 years), who are willing to work, looking for a job, but unable to find a job.
The number of unemployed people in the UK is measured through the Labour Force Survey following the internationally agreed definition recommended by the International Labour Organisation (ILO). ...
refers to the number of persons 15 years and over who were available but without work and actively looked for it in any given year. It is the difference between the labour force and employment.