unemployment line

NOUN
  1. a queue of people waiting for employment
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How To Use unemployment line In A Sentence

  • Hostility to the existing political setup is being exacerbated by growing unemployment lines and widening social inequality.
  • Many white-collar workers, like stock brokers and investment bankers, find themselves in the unemployment lines.
  • Despite the long odds, she's hoping someone in the unemployment lines will take up the challenge.
  • Many white-collar workers, like stock brokers and investment bankers, find themselves in the unemployment lines.
  • Many white-collar workers, like stock brokers and investment bankers, find themselves in the unemployment lines.
  • If so, they would know that they could not entice a picker, shaker or milker from the unemployment lines in any city. Getting Workers Down on the Farm
  • The recession has hit the Happiest Place on Earth, and Disneyland Anaheim is losing 300 cast members, Disney corporate offices 200, with the biggest loss at Disney World in Orlando where 1,400 people will be getting an e-ticket ride to the unemployment line. Lisa Derrick: It's a Small, Sucky World: Disneyland Sacks 1,900 Park Employees
  • It was from watching the Stooges that I learned who the iceman was and what he cameth for, that people used to listen to the radio instead of watching television, that a dime would buy you a cup of coffee and a piece of pie, that there were still horse-drawn delivery wagons working in the streets, and that men wore suits everywhere, even in the unemployment line. History lessons from Larry, Moe, and Curly
  • But labor experts warn that over the last year there has been a startling increase in incidents where civilian firms have "reorganized" their operations to the result that returning part-time soldiers have come home to the unemployment line. THE NEWS BLOG
  • Many white-collar workers, like stock brokers and investment bankers, find themselves in the unemployment lines.
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