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to be (in) between jobs: to be looking for work, to be unemployed
To be between jobs is used to say that somebody has left one job and is looking for another.
Because I'm between jobs, I'm spending more time with my dog at home.
- "I am currently between jobs, after finishing my three and a half year tour with the Marmoset Circus."
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