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  • adj. Alternative form of unhirable.
  • n. Alternative form of unhirable.

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Examples

  • If their graduates were unhireable, if opposing council could humiliate their graduates in front of a jury by pointing out that nothing that they hear from a HLS graduate could be considered reliable, then the apparatchiks who preside over this farce of a school would be ejected.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » 4. On a Bus in Kiev

  • You may end up crossing swords with an editor and leave him or her thinking you're difficult or unhireable.

    Waid Wednesdays #15: What Matters

  • The only way I see to make women as hirerable as men is to make men as unhireable as women.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Those of us who can and/or who have taught a couple of semesters and realized it isn't for us ... go questing through the private sector, woefully overqualified for everything and largely unhireable.

    an educational experience

  • Tami Silicio, in normal times, would have been unhireable as an overseas contractor, because she sued Halliburton for violating her rights.

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  • Several students at Everest College, an arm of Corinthian Colleges, told Frontline they graduated from a $30,000 nursing program without ever having set foot inside a hospital, and were effectively unhireable.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Except in the case of DUI, deformed or addicted babies, theft to pay for drug habits because some dope fiends are completely unreliable/unhireable (we are talking ALL drugs when we discuss legalization or else you still maintain a drug war), and theft of taxes via welfare support for self-made "invalids".

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  • Then they would be alone, bankrupt, in prison, and unhireable.

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  • Sea changes in how business is done -- via technology, the Internet and outsourcing -- has created an entire pool of unhireable, older, unskilled workers who are seeing their ability to make even subsistence level earnings erode.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Q, You mentioned that too many internships could make one unhireable.

    Poynter Online

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