unemployed

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Having no job (despite being able and willing to work)
(the unemployed; plural) Unemployed people considered as a group
{a} not employed, disengaged
(all the people) not working but looking for work
not engaged in a gainful occupation; "unemployed workers marched on the capital
– persons in the labor force who did not work or had no job/business during the reference week but were reported available and actively looking for work Also considered as unemployed are persons without a job or business who were reported as available for work but were not looking for work because of their belief that no work was available or because of temporary illness/disability, bad weather, pending job application or waiting for job interview
In order for an individual to be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits, the claimant must be "unemployed"
Unemployed people considered as a group
Civilians who had no employment but were available for work and: had engaged in any specific jobseeking activity within the past 4 weeks; were waiting to be called back to a job from which they had been laid off; or were waiting to report to a new wage or salary job within 30 days
Unemployment by place of residence Estimated number of residents who did not work at all during the month but were able, available, and looking for work Includes all jobless persons looking for work, regardless of whether or not they qualify for unemployment insurance benefits This variable is an annual average of monthly data for the calendar year County level data are revised both one and two years after the reference year ends 1990, 1991, and 1992 data have been revised and are not comparable to previous years For more information call the Employment Security Commission at (919)733-2936 Source: Department of Commerce
Not employed in manual or other labor; having no regular work
Those individuals who are not currently working but are actively seeking employment
An individual is unemployed in any week in which the individual performs no service and/or with respect to which no wages are payable to the individual Also, an individual is unemployed in any week of less than full time work if the wages payable with respect to such week are less than the individual's weekly benefit amount An individual is ineligible to receive benefits if the individual is performing services 32 hours or more per week in employment or self-employment regardless of the amount of any earnings
jobless; persons not employed
(See Labor Force )
An estimate of people age 16 and over who are not employed and who made a specific effort to find work in the last four weeks and were available for work It includes new entrants to the labor force, re-entrants, job losers, and job leavers Conceptually many more people than just those on "unemployment insurance" Usually expressed as a monthly figure, or an annual average of monthly estimates
You are unemployed if you are not working, either as an employee or as a person who is self-employed
Someone who is unemployed does not have a job. This workshop helps young unemployed people in Grimsby Have you been unemployed for over six months? The unemployed are people who are unemployed. We want to create jobs for the unemployed. without a job = out of work. the unemployed people who have no job the long-term unemployed (=people who have not had a job for a long time)
Not invested or used; as, unemployed capital
- persons in the labor force who did not work or had no job/business during the reference week but were reported available and actively looking for work Also considered as unemployed are persons without a job or business who were reported as available for work but were not looking for work because of their belief that no work was available or because of temporary illness/ disability, bad weather, pending job application or waiting for job interview
not engaged in a gainful occupation; "unemployed workers marched on the capital"
persons who are without paid work, while being available for work and actively looking for work Also includes persons not actively looking for work but on layoff and available for work Finally; persons not actively looking for work but available for work and having a new job to start in four weeks or less The designation excludes students, individuals working in the home, the disabled, retired persons, and discouraged workers
Where the individual is not in employment or receiving any regular salary, not self-employed
– include all those who, during the reference period are 15 years old and over as of their last birthday who have no job/business and actively looking for work Also considered as unemployed are persons without a job or business who are reported not looking for work because of their belief that no work is available or because of temporary illness/disability, bad weather, pending job application or waiting for job interview (National Statistics Office)
People either out of work and looking for a job in the week before the Census, or waiting to take up a job already accepted Note that this figure is not comparable with the monthly official figures on unemployment, which are based on the numbers claiming benefit
{s} not employed, out of work, jobless; not currently being used
resting
{s} jobless
unemployed person
someone who is jobless
Unemployed.
between jobs
unemployed
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