Definitions

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  • n. The state or quality of being employable
  • n. The product or result of being employable

Etymologies

From employable +‎ -ity (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • TYSON: Well, as I just said, we are certainly -- have always been concerned and cognizant of issues of anxiety due to job loss and that's one of the reasons why you want to get the economy growing, growing on a sound path so that it can generate jobs so that people can feel that they have what we call employability security.

    Press Briefing By Tyson And Rubin

  • A similar pattern occurred nationally, impacting the long-term employability of those affected, especially for the state and nation's poorest and most disadvantaged.

    Signs of the Times

  • But compared with them, we're weak on so-called 'employability' skills, such as literacy, numeracy, customer service and team working, as well as on level 3 or 'intermediate' and technical skills.

    Value of vocational training

  • At a strategic level, an expert panel convened by the Secretary General as part of the YEN process identified four strategic policy priorities to meet the MDG target, namely employability, entrepreneurship, equal opportunities and employment creation.

    The complex challenges facing a new generation of youth

  • Recognised in 2008 in the Good University Guide as the top post-1992 University and for its record of graduate employability, which is second to none.

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  • That's why going back to school to improve your employability might be the perfect solution for mothers at this time.

    Best Syndication -

  • Screw 'employability' if by that you mean entry level jobs just repeating the mistakes on that wall of shame.

    Forget the wall of fame. Design schools need a wall of shame for real inspiration.

  • Eliminate the quota system and grant visas based on merit such as employability after a reasonable background check and all these problems start to fade, the massive influx of “illegals” would become normal legal migration, the “security” bugaboo and legitimate issues of crime linked to illegal human trafficing would also begin to subside.

    Firedoglake » Monday News Round-Up

  • The problem of "employability", though prevalent for a few years now, has come to the fore with greater intensity this year.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • Higher education is far more than just "a step to be taken, after which you go straight into employment," he said, noting that the very concept of "employability" can be difficult to define.

    Wired Campus

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