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  • adj. Not employed; unemployed.


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non- +‎ employed


  • But as production shifted to factories, the contribution of nonemployed women became more intangible.

    Household Appliances

  • Some parents may decide to leave the business to the child or children working there, especially if they contributed greatly to its success, while leaving fixed assets such as property to the nonemployed siblings.

    Whose Business Will This Be?

  • These are people mostly in central cities who are nonemployed.

    Labor Secretary Reich Briefing On Reemployment Act

  • So what I want to do is to see a system where we phase in the requirements on employers who don't cover their employees in a very reasonable way, where the government basically provides for the nonemployed uninsured, and where we have insurance reforms that will simplify billing and regulation and dramatically reduce your paperwork burden.

    Transcript Of Town Hall Meeting

  • The BLS does keep track of these nonemployed workers; it just doesn't categorize them as unemployed. -- Top News


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