Word family noun employee employer employmentunemployment unemployed employ adjective employedunemployed employableunemployable verb employ
From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Employment
unemployableun‧em‧ploy‧able /ˌʌnɪmˈplɔɪəbəl◂/ adjective BEnot having the skills or qualities needed to get a job
Examples from the Corpus
unemployableMr M. was about sixty now, completely unemployable.They really were rejects, zero contributors, the unlovely and the unemployable.Who was responsible for this pleasant girl being effectively unemployable?And should the universities churn out unemployable graduates?Lapsed priests remain priests, but tend to be unemployable in their clerical functions.What does resonate is the fantasy of being unemployable, of being an unmotivated object rather than a purposeful subject.The artist is unemployable - that is why he is free.
From King Business Dictionaryunemployableun‧em‧ploy‧a‧ble /ˌʌnɪmˈplɔɪəbəl◂/ adjectiveHUMAN RESOURCES not having the skills or qualities needed to get a jobPeople over 40 can suddenly find themselves unemployable. opposite employable