Abolish copayment for the unemployed, students, the handicapped, and poor pensioners.
I'm 55, been unemployed for over a year, have used up my savings and have to depend on my sister to help me out.
Depressed and unemployed, she overdosed, locked in her apartment alone.
“The world perceives cannabis consumers as deadhead, unemployed people—our mission is to change that,” says Defalco.
The young, undereducated, and unemployed are not experiencing the recovery that those with decent jobs have.
In other words, the vagrant of the Middle Ages included the unemployed of to-day.
The Government does not seem to have contemplated the case of unemployed wives.
At the same time the delegates decided to take definite steps toward organizing the unemployed.
It is the unemployed who have been keeping up the competition in wages.
Obviously, an employed worker is a better customer than an unemployed worker.
1600, "at leisure, not occupied," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of employ. Meaning "temporarily out of work" is from 1660s. The noun meaning "unemployed persons collectively" is from 1782; unemployment first recorded 1888.
[Say the] voices of the unemployed ...
No man has hired us
With pocketed hands
And lowered faces
We stand about in open places
And shiver in unlit rooms ...
[T.S. Eliot, "Choruses from the Rock"]