Sentences with Employment, Employment in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Employment

Sentences with Employment, Employment in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Employment

1. Unemployment rose sharply.

2. Steve is seeking employment.

3. My sister is seeking employment.

4. Who is responsible for high unemployment?

5. High unemployment and inflation continued.

6. Alex came to Paris in search of employment.

7. What is the unemployment rate at the moment?

8. It took a lot of effort to find an employment.

9. This year unemployment will reach record levels.

10. Unemployment is capitalism’s way of getting you to plant a garden.

11. I want to read the employment section of the Bible. I think it’s simply called Job.

12. I’m here to face dubious employment options with a painting degree and then go get a Guinness after class.

13. Poor people wait a lot. Welfare, unemployment lines, laundromats, phone booths, emergency rooms, jails, etc.

14. During the Great Depression of the 1930s, the advanced capitalist economies suffered widespread unemployment.

15. Not only am I thinking about getting a nose job, but I’m also trying to get employment for the rest of my face.

16. Agriculture sector needs structured and functional markets, preferably in vicinity of farmers, to drive growth, employment, remunerative price and.

17. The Great Depression, like most other periods of severe unemployment, was produced by government mismanagement rather than by any inherent instability of the private economy.

18. Should any political party attempt to abolish social security unemployment insurance and eliminate labor laws and farm programs you would not hear of that party again in our political history.

19. In a very weak economy, when you say ‘cut government spending,’ what you mean is you’re laying off school teachers and you’re de-funding various programs that put money into the economy. This means you have more unemployed people that then draw unemployment benefits and don’t pay taxes.

20. Let us toast to animal pleasures, to escapism, to rain on the roof and instant coffee, to unemployment insurance and library cards, to absinthe and good-hearted landlords, to music and warm bodies and contraceptives… and to the “good life”, whatever it is and wherever it happens to be.