Unemployment remains high, and structural, but also stagnant.
But this kind of politicking is exactly the kind of thing that turns successful companies into stagnant ones.
The world is stagnant for a brief moment before exploding, and in that time, 16-year-old Jenny is languishing and bored.
Consider, for example, whether it makes sense to plow ever-greater sums into college educations if wages are stagnant?
Most importantly, the biggest issue facing the country is our stubborn, stagnant unemployment.
The wide sea of commerce was stagnant; upon the realm of Industry settled down a sullen lethargy.
Her conversion was an event that broke the lethargy of their stagnant life.
They delight in those steaming marshes which are pestilential to other beings, and wallow in stagnant water.
Without him life would be stagnant, energy and virtue purposeless.
The fosse has since been filled up, on account of the malaria produced by the stagnant water which it contained.