out-of-work

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out-of-work

[ˌaʊtɒvˈwɜːk] adj (actor) → disoccupato/a
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Not that out-of-work Juan really knows what to do with him.
30 a week allowance for unemployed people in the UK was one of the lowest out-of-work benefit rates compared to wages in the developed world.
The battered Blues short-listed Portsmouth chief Redknapp and out-of-work but in-demand Jewell as replacements for Wiganbound Bruce.
Hair, written by out-of-work actors Gerome Ragni and James Rado, was first performed in New York in December 1967.
Out-of-work Andrew Allerton has applied for more than 1,000 jobs.
Methamphetamine can quickly turn a middle-class professional into an out-of-work criminal, officials say.
Lothian and Borders fraud squad are already examining the books of the publicly- funded agency, which provided vocational training for out-of-work teenagers and long-term unemployed.
THE Government last night hailed new jobless figures showing that the number of people claiming out-of-work benefits has fallen by more than a million since Labour came to power a decade ago.
Trials or induction courses could help 100,000 out-of-work people find jobs over the next five years with those employers taking part.
Tractor Boys chairman David Sheepshanks hopes to speak to the out-of-work pair this week after missing out on Tony Mowbray and Phil Parkinson.