Adjective(1) not acceptable for employment as a worker
(1) 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.(2) The listening test features unemployable actors or robots reading out unnatural sentences in plodding monotones, or with inflections in the wrong places.(3) 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.(4) The new South Africa is confronted by the spectre of an ever-expanding army of unemployed and unemployable youth.(5) There will always be people who are unemployable no matter what help you offer.(6) Turning recreational drug users into unemployable ex-cons is not a good use of tax dollars.(7) He hires all his unemployable comedy friends and we're supposed to chuckle along with their camaraderie, as though paying eight bucks makes us eligible to be in on the in-jokes.(8) Anyone - Hindu, Muslim or Sikh - who is educated in one of those small-minded, sectarian schools that religious institutions run will find himself, at the end of his education, almost unemployable .(9) Burt Reynolds was the top box-office attraction in the late 1970s and virtually unemployable a decade later.(10) Never mind that women's liberation also released men from the responsibility of marrying young and supporting unemployable wives.(11) For example, if the powers that be want to disenfranchise you or make you unemployable , that's one sure way to do it.(12) Economies in most of the region continue to deteriorate, complicated by a high birthrate which is generating huge numbers of unemployable young men.(13) Now, a former professor of Communism is utterly unemployable .(14) Now that paid annual leave is customary they would seem to have served their purpose, while for the retired, the unemployed and the unemployable they are irrelevant.(15) If your child grows up to be an unemployable slob, he will be an economic burden on the family.(16) For the most part they have lingered this long on the dole because they are the least skilled and the most unemployable of the nation's welfare recipients.
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