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1. I'm out of work now.
2. People throughout the country are out of work.
3. Many young people are out of work.
4. Gill had been out of work for a year and was getting very despondent.
5. He's been out of work for six months.
6. The lazybones always alibied themselves out of work.
7. Economic recession had thrown millions out of work.
8. I was out of work at the time.
9. 30 families are suffering 'cause they're out of work.
10. He's been out of work for two years.
11. He's been out of work since the factory closed.
12. How long have you been out of work now?
13. He was out of work and living in squalor.
14. He's out of work and on social security.
15. She had been out of work for a year.
16. Hundreds were thrown out of work.
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17. My father was out of work at the time, so we struggled, obviously.
18. Being out of work and having two young children, they found it impossible to make ends meet.
19. Being out of work for a long time is very demoralizing.
20. Hundreds of men were thrown out of work when the mine closed down.
21. He thinks there's great shame in being out of work and unable to provide for his family.
22. Some people in that country are now out of work.
23. The government is paying out more money than ever before to people out of work.
24. There has been a sharp rise in the number of people out of work.
25. The programme is designed to help people who have been out of work for a long time.
26. You can't afford to let any job go by when you've been out of work for so long.
27. Despite applying for hundreds of jobs, he is still out of work.
28. Information about the job market can be a lifeline for those who are out of work.
29. This year's budget simply reflects the fact that we have fewer people out of work.
30. How did you go on for money while you were out of work?
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