[ US /ənɪmˈpɫɔɪəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ʌnɛmplˈɔ‍ɪəbə‍l/ ]
  1. not acceptable for employment as a worker
    his illiteracy made him unemployable
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How To Use unemployable In A Sentence

  • A uniform federal welfare standard would also encourage the remigration of the unemployable urban poor to regions where they might live more cheaply. The Last Days of New York
  • Because of the legislation I could not employ a woman. Women have made themselves unemployable. They have scored an own goal.
  • The team talk about how to hold on to your job when you know you're not performing and you're terrified that getting help will not only get you fired anyway but make you unemployable in the future.
  • They were so apt to lie about the size of the ‘whales’ they caught that a generic name -- whaler -- for this class of unemployable traveller came into being.
  • This is because they will shape policy to benefit the clients they see most - the no-hopers, the drug addicts, the persistent street kids, the unemployable.
  • Everything I knew about psychology, of human nature, indicated that they wouldn't fall for it - I'd be discovered straight away, and forever be cast into unemployable obscurity.
  • So funny that 37 thinks that he knows what 'disqualifies' anyone -- this unemployable sage we have here. Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post
  • I'm really dreading it, I feel unqualified for anything and distinctly unemployable. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR
  • Real training for real tourism jobs, rather than make-work programs for the unemployed or unemployable.
  • And India's demographic dividend will count for much if those new workers are unemployable.
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