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People who are difficult or impossible to employ. A person can be unemployable in this sense because of ability, attitude, or behaviour. Being unemployable is not a permanent or unchangeable characteristic but is partly under the control of the person and is relative to a specific set of labour market conditions and employment opportunities.

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