That is, it would exist even if the economy were at full employment (5.75 percent by Zandi's estimate).
We are still probably at least three years away from full employment.
The US may return to full employment some time around 2016-2017.
So we remain far short of full employment for the third reason.
The wartime deficits, the trigger of full employment, averaged more than $40 billion.
During his reign the College was in high estimation and full employment.
It seems that she has had full employment for her head and heart.
Pray tell Bernard that the sooner he returns the better, and that I will engage to find him full employment.
Mr. Consadine's own pen, and that of his son Tom were now in full employment.
For two or three weeks the House of Representatives would have full employment, while the Senate, in reality, had none.
The condition that exists when all who want work can find jobs. Because some individuals will always be between jobs, full employment does not mean that one hundred percent of the workforce is employed. Rather, it is customarily defined as ninety-six percent of the total potential workforce.