OTHER WORDS FROM joblessjob·less·ness, noun
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The number of new jobless claims has come down since the earliest days of the pandemic but remains at an extremely high level week in and week out.New unemployment claims jump to 965,000, the highest level since August|Eli Rosenberg|January 14, 2021|Washington Post
While the $300 payments are down from $600 per week provided by the CARES Act through July 2020, it’s still much needed aid to help jobless Americans make ends meet.Still waiting on your $300 unemployment benefit to start? What you need to know|Lance Lambert|January 12, 2021|Fortune
Those aid package have funneled hundreds of billions to small businesses, jobless Americans and others hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.$2,000 stimulus checks could become a reality with Democratic control of the Senate|Jeff Stein, Erica Werner|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
If the BLS were to include those 4 million jobless Americans who have yet to return to the workforce in its unemployment rate, the “real” jobless rate would sit at 9% for November.By one measure, this recovery is 10 times faster than the one after the Great Recession—but there’s a catch|Lance Lambert|January 5, 2021|Fortune
That’s down from the $600 weekly payment that the CARES Act sent jobless Americans through late July.Everything jobless Americans need to know about the $300 unemployment benefit|Lance Lambert|December 28, 2020|Fortune
Last year, it let an unemployment extension for the long-term jobless expire during the holidays.To GOP Congress, as Usual, It’s Welfare on the Chopping Block|Monica Potts|December 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Emergency benefits have just expired for some 1.3 million jobless Americans, putting a huge dent in our economy.
With the help of GM and Ford and jobless claims at a five-year low, the S&P hit a record high of over 1,700 points.
Starting in early 2010, this ceased to be a jobless recovery.
Today, however, Dixon is in transition from being jobless and homeless.
Half a thousand jobless workers, armed and reckless, marched toward the docks.
Now half a thousand jobless workers, armed and reckless, marched toward the docks.
He was more and more afraid of her as the despair of the jobless man in the hard city settled down on him.The Job|Sinclair Lewis
What she was ashamed of now was the home it must take her to and the jobless husband waiting for her there.We Can't Have Everything|Rupert Hughes
The day before a jobless soldier threw himself beneath a train and his last words were, 'Over the top and the best of luck.'The Kingdom Round the Corner|Coningsby Dawson
British Dictionary definitions for jobless
- (as collective noun; preceded by the)the jobless