Unemployment vs unnemployment?
✓ Content verified by English professional
Still not sure?
Ask your question
in our comments section below (we reply to all comments within 24 hours)
or return to main search
Written by: WhichIsCorrect.com
The editorial staff of the WhichIsCorrect.com online dictionary is a group of English language lovers, consisting of native speakers, linguists, and English philology graduates. By using our content, you can be sure it has been prepared by professionals.
Last updated: October 29, 2016
Published on: October 29, 2016
2 thoughts on “Unemployment vs unnemployment”?
WhichIsCorrect.com takes no responsibility for all the incorrect language advice posted in the comments section below. Our moderators only check the spelling and punctuation of posted comments.
Oh well I really assumed the other spelling is valid. Thank you for all the information.
Helpful hints. Lucky me I stumbled upon this guide by accident, and I am shocked how it didn’t happened earlier! I saved it.