unhirable

unhirable

(ʌnˈhaɪərəbəl)
adj
(Commerce) not fit to be hired
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He also treated the latter as a cost to the firm just like differential rents to hirable factors, despite the fact that he seemed to discern that the ultimate decision-making function was unhirable.
And I got so picky that I was unhirable. And then...
After "Green Lantern," I was pretty much unhirable. "Deadpool" was one of those things that was just so specific --it was like this weird superhero anarchy that I loved so much.
After the firing Al was untouchable and unhirable. He said the conservatives certainly would not hire him, and the moderates were fearful as well.
But it is a reminder of why she is essentially unhirable in Hollywood.
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"The idea that you can make a profit by hiring the people who are considered the most unhirable is strange to the business world," she says.
"Even though I had years of experience in management, media, and sales, I was unhirable."