English : Between jobs

Between jobs. What does that mean?

It's a polite way of saying that she is unemployed right now. She is looking for a job.

Here are a few examples.

• Really. I know a lot of people who are between jobs.

• If I am not careful, I may be between jobs too.

• I have never been between jobs after my graduation.

• The people who are between jobs should been given monthly stipend by the government.

• The period between jobs is the embarrassing one in our lives.

COURTESY : The Hindu (The National News-Paper) - India

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