This page is about the euphemism between jobs
Meaning: unemployed, or without a job
- My husband's between jobs at the moment.
- I'm still between jobs, but I'm looking for work every day.
This euphemism is used in order to make it sound like a person is temporarily unemployed and will soon have a new job.
If you're between jobs, you
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Contributor: Matt Errey