Meaning of unemployability in English:



See unemployable

‘Well, here the men are, and it is ludicrous to attribute their joblessness to corporate bigotry, rather than to their own unemployability.’
  • ‘These young people who do not go abroad to study, and do not have the appropriate skills and literacy or marketable job skills are caught in a wasteland of unemployability.’
  • ‘In fact, he offered no medical evidence at all to support his sweeping, general assertions of disability and unemployability.’
  • ‘A good example of this is the condition of unemployability that comes from chronic long periods of unemployment.’
  • ‘How can these qualities translate into unemployability?’



/ʌnɪmplɔɪəˈbɪlɪti/ /ʌnɛmplɔɪəˈbɪlɪti/